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Celestron TrailSeeker Binoculars deliver high-level outdoor performance, making them ideal for the enthusiastic bird watcher. Benefitting from superb optical quality at an economical price, the Trailseeker 10x32 is fitted with phase and dielectric coated BaK-4 prisms to dramatically increase light transmission through the prism system for unrivalled image quality. Compared to other binoculars in its price range, the TrailSeeker offers a better close focus along with a wider field of view. The lightweight magnesium alloy frame is durable and fully waterproof for use in any weather condition.
The Trailseeker boasts Celestron’s high quality BaK-4 prisms, which are phase coated to increase contrast and resolution. In combination with the fully multi-coated lenses, you’ll experience brighter images thanks to the increased light transmission through the entire optical path, even in low light conditions. The 8x magnification and 42mm objective lenses, strikes the perfect balance between zoom and ease of use, allowing you to acquire and follow your subject quickly thanks to the wide field of view with incredible detail.
The lightweight and durable magnesium alloy frame will last a lifetime, and is fully waterproof so well suited for use in any weather conditions. The metal twist up eyecups are more durable than plastic eyecups, and boasts multiple stops for correct positioning of the eyes even for spectacle wearers. They come with a carry case so are easy to pack, even for long excursions, and fit comfortably in a glove box or oversized pocket.
The Celestron TrailSeeker 10x32 Binoculars are an excellent choice for taking on bird watching trips offering a brilliant field of view in exceptional clarity.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
These were purchased to replace an older set of binoculars that I had. Excellent build quality with super optics. Great for long distance use, but also work very well for bird watching in the garden.
Fast delivery and arrived in great condition. Very happy with this purchase.
By Graham on 5 November 2020
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Not really an expert on binoculars, but I think the image quality is good and they have a great build quality and feel. Maybe a little on the heavy side but would recommend...
By Matt on 7 April 2020