Hawke Endurance ED 10x32 Binocular - Black

Hawke Endurance ED 10x32 Binocular - Black

Extra-low Dispersion glass for optimum clarity and fully multi-coated optics to produce sharp images

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MPN Code 36202
EAN Code 5054492362028
SKU 13754-1651-8543

Hawke Endurance ED 10x32 Binocular

  • Extra-low Dispersion glass for optimum clarity
  • Fully multi-coated optics to produce sharp images
  • Focus knob with 1.2 turns — close focus from 6.6ft/2m
  • High-resolution phase corrected BAK-4 roof prisms
  • Lightweight rubber coated mid-size top hinge chassis
  • Stay-on lens covers for maximum lens protection
  • Twist-up eyecups with position stops for eye relief

Specifications

  • Height: 138mm (5.4")
  • Width: 103-121mm (4.1-4.8")
  • Weight: 635g (22.4oz)
  • Eye Relief: 15mm (0.6")
  • Close Focus: 1m (4ft)
  • Field of View: 112m @1000m / 335ft @1000yds
  • Field of View: 6.4°
  • Field of View (Apparent): 64°
  • Exit Pupil: 3.2mm (0.13")
  • Interpupillary Distance: 56-75mm (2.2-3")
  • Power: 10×
  • Objective: 32mm
  • Lens Coating: Fully Multi-Coated
  • Prism Type: Roof BAK-4, Silver Mirror Coating
  • Dioptre System: Right Eye
  • Eye Cups: Twist-Up

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Martin

Twickenham GB
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Decent build quality, they feel quite robust. Obviously they are larger than compact binoculars but they are still manageable and are relatively light.
Nothing I can think of
Confirmed purchase: 03 October 2017
Published on: 13 October 2017

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