Adventurer T WP 10x50

    The Adventurer T WP takes a fresh look at the traditional porro prism binocular. Waterproof and finished in a stylish leatherette-look rubber armor, it offers a serious alternative to roof prism binoculars in its price range.

    Features
    • Porro prism design
    • Stylish leatherette-look semi rubber armor
    • BAK-4 glass prisms with fully multi-coated lenses on all air glass surfaces
    • Long eyerelief eyepieces
    • Fold down rubber eyecups
    • Center wheel focusing
    • Close focus to 7m/23ft
    Supplied Accessories

    Adventurer T WP binoculars are supplied complete in a soft case with dust caps, wide nylon strap and rubber objective lens covers

    Warranty

    Standard 2 year

    Product Code

    30689

    Price $135.00

    Where To Buy
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    Specifications

    • Specifications
      • Color
        Black
      • Size
        10x50
      • Magnification
        10
      • Lens Dia. (mm)
        50
      • Lens Dia. (inch)
        2
      • Field of View ([email protected])
        105
      • Field of View (°)
        6
      • Field of View ([email protected])
        315
      • Close Focus (m)
        7
      • Close Focus (f)
        23
      • Eye Relief (mm)
        18
      • Eye Relief (inch)
        0.7
      • IPD Range (mm)
        53~74
      • IPD Range (inch)
        2.1~2.9
      • Waterproof
        Yes
      • Prism Type
        Porro
      • Length (mm)
        169
      • Width (mm)
        190
      • Depth (mm)
        59
      • Dimensions LxWxD (mm)
        169x190x59
      • Dimensions LxWxD (inches)
        6.7x7.5x2.3
      • Weight (g)
        759
      • Weight (oz)
        26.8
      • Weight (lb)
        1.7
    • Technical
      • Body Material
        Aluminum Alloy, Polycarbonate
      • Hinge Type
        Single Hinge, Single Axis
      • Armor Type
        Partial
      • Armor Material
        PR
      • Nitrogen Gas Filled
        No
      • Eyecup Type
        Fold
      • Diopter Adjustment Side
        Right
      • Diopter Adjuster Location
        Right
      • Diopter Range
        4.00
      • Focal Length (mm)
        N/A
      • Eyelens Dia (mm)
        21.5
      • Prism Material
        BAK 4
      • Prism Coating
        Multi
      • PC Coating
        N/A
      • Lens Coating
        Fully multi-coated
      • Serial Number Location
        Center focus shaft
      • Country of Origin
        China
    • Accessories
      • 25mm Nylon & Leather Binocular Harness with Quick Release System

        $32.00

        More Info
      • 25mm Bungee Elastic and Leather Binocular Harness with Quick Release System

        $52.00

        More Info
      • Binocular Tripod Mount for Binoculars to 50mm OG

        $18.00

        More Info
      • Pro Series Lens Cleaning Cloth 20x20cm in pouch

        $5.00

        More Info
      • 43mm BGA Binocular Rainguard

        $12.00

        More Info
      • 31070 32mm Acrylic Binocular Strap

        $10.00

        More Info
      • 31056 Rubber Objective Lens Covers 50mm OG M Pair

        $20.00

        More Info
    • Videos

      No videos available for this product

    • Reviews

      Adventurer T WP 10x50 - Stephen Tonkin

      Monday, May 22, 2017

       If there is a better 10x50 for less than £125, I don’t know of it. If you want a decent general-purpose binocular primarily to use for astronomy and your budget is around £100, this could well be it.

      Above is an excerpt from a review authored by Stephen Tonkin. Click here to read the entire review.

       


    Specifications

    • Specifications
    • Technical
    • Accessories
    • Videos
    • Reviews
    • Color
      Black
    • Size
      10x50
    • Magnification
      10
    • Lens Dia. (mm)
      50
    • Lens Dia. (inch)
      2
    • Field of View ([email protected])
      105
    • Field of View (°)
      6
    • Field of View ([email protected])
      315
    • Close Focus (m)
      7
    • Close Focus (f)
      23
    • Eye Relief (mm)
      18
    • Eye Relief (inch)
      0.7
    • IPD Range (mm)
      53~74
    • IPD Range (inch)
      2.1~2.9
    • Waterproof
      Yes
    • Prism Type
      Porro
    • Length (mm)
      169
    • Width (mm)
      190
    • Depth (mm)
      59
    • Dimensions LxWxD (mm)
      169x190x59
    • Dimensions LxWxD (inches)
      6.7x7.5x2.3
    • Weight (g)
      759
    • Weight (oz)
      26.8
    • Weight (lb)
      1.7
    • Body Material
      Aluminum Alloy, Polycarbonate
    • Hinge Type
      Single Hinge, Single Axis
    • Armor Type
      Partial
    • Armor Material
      PR
    • Nitrogen Gas Filled
      No
    • Eyecup Type
      Fold
    • Diopter Adjustment Side
      Right
    • Diopter Adjuster Location
      Right
    • Diopter Range
      4.00
    • Focal Length (mm)
      N/A
    • Eyelens Dia (mm)
      21.5
    • Prism Material
      BAK 4
    • Prism Coating
      Multi
    • PC Coating
      N/A
    • Lens Coating
      Fully multi-coated
    • Serial Number Location
      Center focus shaft
    • Country of Origin
      China
    • 25mm Nylon & Leather Binocular Harness with Quick Release System

      $32.00

      More Info
    • 25mm Bungee Elastic and Leather Binocular Harness with Quick Release System

      $52.00

      More Info
    • Binocular Tripod Mount for Binoculars to 50mm OG

      $18.00

      More Info
    • Pro Series Lens Cleaning Cloth 20x20cm in pouch

      $5.00

      More Info
    • 43mm BGA Binocular Rainguard

      $12.00

      More Info
    • 31070 32mm Acrylic Binocular Strap

      $10.00

      More Info
    • 31056 Rubber Objective Lens Covers 50mm OG M Pair

      $20.00

      More Info

    No videos available for this product

    Adventurer T WP 10x50 - Stephen Tonkin

    Monday, May 22, 2017

     If there is a better 10x50 for less than £125, I don’t know of it. If you want a decent general-purpose binocular primarily to use for astronomy and your budget is around £100, this could well be it.

    Above is an excerpt from a review authored by Stephen Tonkin. Click here to read the entire review.