Leupold BX-1 Yosemite Porro Prism 6x30 Binoculars - Black

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Product Details

Manufacturer code: LEU-67715     |     Our code: 109227

Product Specification

Weight 482 g
Magnification 6 x
Objective Lens Diameter 30 mm
Exit Pupil Distance 4.6 mm
Linear Field of View (@ 1000m) 140 m
Angular Field of View 8 degrees
Shortest Focusing Distance 3 m
Interpupillary Distance 50-70 mm
Twilight Factor 13.4
Eye Relief 18.5 mm
Waterproof Yes
Fogproof Yes
Rubber Armoured Yes
Colour Black
Prism Porro

Product Reviews

Collected via uttings.co.ukUttings 5 star review

These bins are superb! . At my age, my Leica Trinovid 8x32BA`s are becoming too heavy. Pity Uttings don`t allow a visit to try out a selection, but I picked a shortlist and read the reviews. I finally chose the Yosemite 6x30`s and they were delivered within 18 hours of ordering. Delighted with their light weight,handy size,stability, brightness,fov etc. Best value for money ever! (Just allow a little extra for a decent neck-strap. Leupold have thrown in the most useless sling ever.)

Collected via uttings.co.ukUttings 5 star review

Very impressive 6x porro that well match up to on line reviews. Very clear and crisp images with deep 3D effect even into poor light conditions. Specs on box differ from those provided and give close focus as 4.8m and eye relief as 17.0mm. A very good bino at an incredible price that out perform optics in a much higher price bracket.

Collected via uttings.co.ukUttings 5 star review

Excellent 6x binoculars. Bought these to keep in the car. Very bright wide view which is sharp tp the edge. Good eye relief, can view the entire field of view with my glasses on. Ideal for the younger person with the smaller IPD. These are superior to the Celestron Nature of the same size that I ordered from a supplier and returned. Well done Uttings and Leupold, no wonder these have such good reviews on Birdforum.