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As part of Hawke's Endurance ED binocular series, these binos are perfect for viewing wildlife, action and sports. They're ready to go on your next adventure, offering compactness, portability and a tactile feel. The lightweight polycarbonate chassis is impact, corrosion and temperature-resistant, and features a slip-resistant rubber armouring around the outside to further protect the internal structure. Speaking of which, this series of binoculars have an advanced More
As part of Hawke's Endurance ED binocular series, these binos are perfect for viewing wildlife, action and sports. They're ready to go on your next adventure, offering compactness, portability and a tactile feel. The lightweight polycarbonate chassis is impact, corrosion and temperature-resistant, and features a slip-resistant rubber armouring around the outside to further protect the internal structure. Speaking of which, this series of binoculars have an advanced lens structure that includes the use of specialised ED glass that reduces chromatic aberrations, anti-reflection fully multi-coated optics for improved image and high-quality phase-corrected BAK4 roof prisms that provide improved contrast and colour fidelity. Seeking out your inner adventurer, these binos are nitrogen-filled which makes for effective water and fog-proofing. These binos are made for any time, anywhere, any weather.
Hawke Endurance ED Binoculars Key Features:
The perfect binoculars for viewing wildlife, action & sports
Use of Extra-Low-Dispersion glass objective lenses
Available in 8/10/12x magnifications with 32/42/50mm diameters
Expanded Hawke Endurance ED Binoculars Key Features:
It's What's Inside That Counts
The Hawke Endurance ED binocular range has been beautifully crafted with the highest-quality materials resulting in beautiful image reproduction. As light travels through the advanced lens structure, there's the use of Extra low-dispersion (ED) glass that corrects chromatic aberrations that can occur which cause which in turn produces truer colour representation and significantly less colour fringing. The light then hits the compact, high-quality phase-corrected BAK4 roof prisms that reduce internal light dispersion whilst improving contrast and colour fidelity. Anti-reflection fully multi-coatings have been applied to the optics that further improve colour rendition, contrast and the overall brightness of the image you see.
Ready, Set, Go!
The internal lens structure is, of course, an amazing feature. But the chassis and external design of this series of binos are what allow for ultimate versatility and flexibility in almost any environment. The chassis is made of an impact, corrosion, temperature-resistant polycarbonate material that is the base for the bino shell. There are textured rubber armouring with deep palm grooves that are not only slip-resistant but look stylish, too. What's more, is that the binoculars are nitrogen-filled which makes for effective water and fog proofing, perfect for when the weather takes a turn. And for when you want to put your binos away, there's a stay-on, flip-down objective lens cover that will protect the front elements from debris and scratches.
What's in the box?
1 x Hawke Endurance ED Binoculars
1 x Lens Cloth
1 x Ocular Lens Cap
1 x Objective Lens Cap
1 x Neck Strap
1 x Carrying Case
1 x Limited Lifetime Warranty
What do the different numbers refer to?
The first number refers to the strength of the magnification, and the second refers to the size of the objective lens (measured in millimetres across the lens.) The size of the objective lens determines how much light can enter the binocular, so the larger the number, the more light can pass through the lens resulting in a brighter image.
What's best for me?
This really comes down to your personal preference - Are you viewing subjects in low light? Is portability a main factor in your choice? How far away are the subjects you're going to be viewing? All of these questions need to be asked before you can decide which to go for. A more portable pair often will have a wider field of view and are great for panning/tracking subjects, whereas if you want to have a large magnification to view distant objects, these binos will be large and heavy.