Celestron UpClose G2 7x35 Porro Binocular 71250
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|Water resistance level||Water Resistant|
|Binocular prism description||Porro Prism|
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- TOP QUALITY AND BUDGET-FRIENDLY BINOCULARS: A great pair of binoculars that combines top engineering features with an economical price. Perfect for backyard birdwatching, sports events, nature and wildlife viewing, hunting, travel, boating, concerts, and live events.
- EVERYTHING YOU NEED IS INCLUDED: Start your adventures today with this durable pair of water-resistant full-size binoculars. Accessories include: carrying case, objective covers, eyepiece covers, lens cloth, and instruction manual.
- TOP AMERICAN OPTICS ENGINEERING: These 7x35 powerful binoculars provide you with multi-coated BK-7 prism glass that increases light transmission, resulting in brighter and sharper images with high contrast levels and 7x magnification to get you even closer to the action.
- A DURABLE AND COMFORTABLE BODY: The Celestron UpClose G2 7x35 water-resistant binocular will be your event, birding, or hunting buddy for many years to come. The stylish waterproof exterior features a rubber-covered aluminum body, ergonomic thumb indents, and finger ridges for extra non-slip comfort and ease of use.
- UNBEATABLE WARRANTY AND CUSTOMER SUPPORT: Buy with confidence from the world’s #1 telescope brand and a leading sport optics manufacturer, based in California since 1960. You’ll also receive a Limited Lifetime warranty and unlimited access to technical support from our team of US-based experts.
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Product detailsStyle:UpClose G2 7x35 - Porro | Configuration:Binocular
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 17.78 x 13.97 x 5.08 cm; 620 Grams
- Date First Available : 14 May 2019
- Manufacturer : Celestron
- ASIN : B006ZN4UTS
- Item model number : 71250
- Department : Unisex-adult
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Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.com
I cant believe its an amazon choice and even cant believe it has such a high rating.
If I lived in the USA I would have returned it 2 minutes after buying it.
I would hope celestron offers to pay for the return.
This is the first review I have ever done, and I am only doing it as I feel so upset. This binoculars is a total rip off.
1.It says multi coated lens, I dont even see single coated lens. the lenses are clear (in color)
2.It feels so cheap, the rubber isnt even very neat, I cant believe a big brand like Celestron can sell something that feels so cheap.
3. It suffers from every single flaw a binoculars can have
* It has Collimation error (double vision)
*Under 100ft everything seems fine, over 100ft you begin to notice how cloudy the lens is. I have other Chinese binoculars
and they are much more clear.
* The center of the lens seen clear(this is a joke) but towards the edges of the lens, it is very very blurred.
*More than 100Ft the details are dull and flat, and colors are dull.
The youtube video, (paid by them )makes this binoculars seem like the real deal and presents this binoculars as great value etc
but this is all lies.
Please dont waste your money
These may not be astronomically optimized, fully multi coated, pixy dusted binoculars, but these humble $25 binos are good enough for star gazing.
They survived international shipping in perfect collimation. Focus works well, images are sharp, views of the stars are amazing.
A note on sizes:
7x35 is a great size for more prolonged handheld use. The magnification is also "just right" for navigating the sky, because more constellations and star clusters fit in the field of view.
The 10x50 size is heavier, my hands/arms get tired sooner of holding it. The higher magnification means better views of many things (from the moon to Orion's Nebula) but also means a narrower field of view.
A note on focusing: learn how to do it! After adjusting the width to your interpupillary distance, put one of the lens caps on the right lense (so that it's blocked and only your left eye sees through). Then aim at a star, and focus the knob until it's looks like a perfect spot. The switch the cap to the left lense, look with your right eye, and rotate the eyepiece (not the center knob!) until the star is again a perfect spot. Then it's done, remove the lens cap and enjoy!
The carry bags an lens caps / dust covers they came with are serviceable. All in all, these are good quality an excellent value.
They do have marvelous resolution, (counting pine cone seeds at 100 meters)
but the right eyepiece holder is such flexible plastic
that it is a BIG pain to get both eyepieces in focus,
and aimed in the same direction (collimated).
A directly related problem that surprised me - they have
and amazingly small Depth of Focus.
No matter how far away they are focused,
Anything at a slightly different distance is out of focus
so you must refocus BOTH eyepieces.
It was just too much work.
I found I was leaving them in the car and
taking my far less powerful 7x by 50 binoculars instead.
Original: When you get both eyepieces focused correctly - which is not hard,
these 20x50 binoculars provide amazing magnification.
I could count individual seeds on a pine cone in a tree at 100 yards (100 meters).
Another time I saw detailed texture on a sandy beach at 200 yards -
almost (ALMOST) sharp enough to make out individual sand grains.
Looking at cones in a Monterey Cypress I couldn't believe my eyes.
They looked as big as cones on a Monterey pine instead !
Also positive - the lenses are sharp all the way to the edges
- which are not that far from the center.
These are not $500 Glasses. They cost $30.
That means the manufacturer sold them at a profit - at $15.
So if you think of these as more like a Dollar store binocs
that can do amazing stuff - you will be pleasantly surprised.
The view is necessarily small. You have to put your eyes tightly
to the eyepieces. I found myself not wanting to use these to search
for something because the field of view is so small. I reached for my
7x50s instead for a more relaxed view.
I was expecting some difficulty with shaking - and yes that is the case.
You do have to steady your elbows to get a more stable view.
And when you do - the resolution is amazing.
They are solidly built, except for the focus plate that
connects the two eyepieces - which is a bit bendy and
could affect the right eye focus.
The lenses are coated as advertised, the purple tint is obvious.
But unless you pay the extra $20 - there's no way to attach
But for $30 - if you want to try out 20x magnification -
they are (and I hate this term) "not bad."