This is not the Trinovid from your Dad's generation. New and improved technology with better materials brings the beloved Trinovid to a new level of excellence. Leica improves performance with the very sharp, bright, and scratch resistant HDC™ (Highly Durable Coating) coatings and increases light transmission significantly with the HLS™ HighLux system. Just under 6 inches tall, the compact size, ergonomic construction, and tough magnesium housing guarantees this Trinovid will become a classic for this generation and beyond. Leica covers new products with a limited lifetime warranty, plus a three-year Passport Protection Plan. Leica demos come with a 10-year limited warranty.
Fully Multi-coated Lenses
Increase light transmission with multiple anti-reflective coatings on all air-to-glass surfaces.
Enhances resolution and contrast through roof prisms.
Optimize light transmission.
Appreciated for a streamlined shape and durability.
Is sturdy and resistant to corrosion.
Provides a secure, non-slip grip.
Twist up and down for comfortable viewing with or without eyeglasses.
Center Focus Wheel
Adjusts both binocular barrels at the same time.
Locking Right Eye Diopter
Adjusts for differences in a user's eyes. Located by the center focus wheel.
Optics are sealed with O-rings to prevent moisture, dust, and debris from getting inside the binocular.
Barrels are filled with nitrogen gas to inhibit internal fogging.
Demo products do not always include the same accessories as new products. Contact us with questions.
I own a couple of binoculars but I wanted a 10x high quality binocular for long distance viewing in the mountains. I also wanted a 10x42 for more light, The view through these is beautiful clean and clear and very bright .They bring out long distance detail with nice sharp contrast. I like the click eye stops too unlike other floating eye pieces, they stay in place and are solid. One thing I will say they are made in Portugal and some binocular snobs snub this binocular because where it is made, that is discrimination. Go on you tube and type in Leica manufacturing and you will see the quality how these are made. On opticsforbirding.com They tested the Leica Ultravid HD 10x42 against this Leica Trinovid 10x42 and they rated both at 5.0 top score. Both were tested side by side, The only thing the Trinovid does not have is the Aqua Dura lens coating which is no big deal. If you can save $500 plus versus The Ultravid HD and the same optical view would it not make sense to buy the Trinovid ? Yes at least I think so ,$500 or more is a lot of money. These Trinovids also have a lifetime warranty and 3 year no fault passport warranty .Believe me these are excellent binoculars and optics made with German parts assembled in quality in Portugal. You just can not go wrong with these for the quality and price.
steve m. from twin falls idaho
Best pair of binoculars I have every owned....
Leica 10x42 Trinovid Binocular
EC from Michigan
I have a similar pair and have had them for many years. They have been wonderful!! I gave this pair as a gift to my son. He also says they are amazing!
Andrew H. from Iowa City, IA
If you opt for the Leica Trinovid you will not be disappointed. The look & feel are solid quality. The optics to not disappoint. I like the focus wheel better than my Zeiss Victory binocs. For comparison, I can tell very little difference between the Zeiss and Leica binocs, they're both outstanding.
A. Hartwig from Iowa City, IA
The Leica Trinovid 10x42 binoculars are gorgeous. Beautiful optics, solid/quality feel in the hands, and Eagle Optics delivers! These seem equal in quality to my Zeiss Victory Fl binocs. Highly recommended.
Don't overlook Leica's new Trinovids
Eric from Colorado
The new 42mm Trinovids are being marketed as entry-level glass, but that's a mistake. What Leica is really offering here (and it's brilliant!) is an alternate optical version of the Ultravid that's ideal for the general user instead of highly specialized for birders. It just happens to cost less, as a nice bonus. Rather than standing out by 0.2% in some tech spec, which edgy high-end binos must sacrifice something else to acheive, it's such a well-balanced design (optically and mechanically) that it's an absolute pleasure to use. I'm very picky and have been looking for a 10x42 for a long time. The Trinovid stands out simply for having nothing I could possibly complain about, whereas the Ultravid is visibly unsharp in the outer part of the field; Zeiss Victory has very annoying distortion around the edges; Swarovski SLC HD isn't as bright, and has a surprising amount of barrel distortion... I could go on listing costlier binos I couldn't live with, but won't. If there's any compromise here it's one I'm very happy to live with. Thank you Eagle -- my local store didn't even know these existed.