The Pentax SP 12X50 WP Observation Binoculars let you observe distant subjects and landscapes with clarity in all types of weather and lighting conditions with high optical configuration and 12x magnification. With the Bak Porro Prism optical path, these adventure-ready binoculars retain maximum light for displaying everything with brighter tones and vivid colours.
Pentax SP 12X50 WP Observation Binoculars Key Features:
Compact and travel-friendly binoculars for observing distant targets
A great option for bird viewing, landscape observation, mountain trail, and more
Large objective lenses with 12x magnification for a complete field of view
Bak Porro Prism optical path gathers light for brighter images
Anti-reflection multiple coatings on the optics for bright and colour accurate visuals
Closed bridge configuration helps in easy handling and adjustments
Large centre focus wheel for switching between multiple magnification settings
Diopter correction in the right eye helps people with eye prescriptions to view properly
Long eye relief allows for prolonged observation sessions without eye fatigue
Rubberised armouring offers slip-resistant grip and protects binos from abrasions
All condition-ready nitrogen-filled tubes are fog and mist proof
Internal focusing system prevents water or dust from entering the binos
Includes a tripod mounting socket for use with any standard tripod
What's in the box?
1 x Pentax SP 12X50 WP Observation Binoculars
1 x Neck Strap
1 x Carrying Case with Strap
2 x Objective Lens Caps
2 x Eyepiece Caps
Limited 25-Year Warranty
Do these binoculars come with a neck strap?
These binoculars are supplied with a neck strap as well as a carrying case.
Are these binoculars lightweight?
These binoculars are moderately lightweight, weighing only 1080 g.
How far can you observe with these binoculars?
You can easily observe 87.15 m @ 1000 m with these binoculars, which enables you to observe distant mountains, subjects, or objects with sharp clarity.
Is there a rubberised armouring on these binoculars?
These binoculars have a rubberised armouring that protects them from splashes, shocks, scratches, and so much more.
Can you mount these binos on a tripod?
You can easily mount these binoculars on a tripod, as they feature a standard mounting socket, allowing you to observe hands-free.
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