Leupold BX-5 Santiam HD 12x50 Binocular

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Regular price $1,199.99
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GOHUNT Highlights

  • Great for open country glassing and light enough for a bino harness
  • HD lenses with Twilight Max Light Management help keep the image bright even in low light conditions
  • Very effective when used on a tripod

Manufacturer Highlights

  • Magnesium chassis decreases weight and increases strength
  • Waterproof seals prevent moisture, dust, and debris from penetrating the binocular
  • Rubber armor provides a secure, non-slip grip, and durable protection
  • Weighs just 2 lbs 0.1 oz
  • Warranty - Lifetime

Breakdown
12x50 binoculars have become more popular instead of the traditional technique of running 10x42s and 15x56s. Choosing to run the one size saves you weight and money. If you are in the market for a solid pair of 12x50 binoculars that will not break the bank but still offer high-quality performance, then you should consider Leupold's BX-5 Santiam HD binoculars. This binocular's advanced BAK 4 prisms, HD lenses, and Twilight Max Light Management System combine to provide you a crisp and clear image even in low light conditions. They are also built on an open-bridge frame which helps give these binoculars great ergonomics. Included in the box are lens covers, a lens cloth, binocular case, and a go afield shoulder strap.

Weight 2 lbs 0.1 oz
Dimensions 6.8" x 5.75"
Magnification 12x
Objective Lens Diameter 50 mm
Field of View @ 1000 yards 272'
Eye Relief 16.6 mm
Close Focus 11.4'
Weatherproofing Waterproof & fog proof
Manufacturer Warranty
Lifetime
Leupold

Leupold BX-5 Santiam HD 12x50 Binocular

$1,199.99

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