Traveller BGA ED 8x32

    ”Smaller, Lighter, Brighter, Sharper” the Traveller BGA ED breaks new ground for 32mm field binoculars aimed at the enthusiast and serious user. Measuring 119x115mm/4.7x4.5” and weighing just 450g/16oz, the all-new optical system delivers wide field 8.2° (8x32) and 6.5° (10x32) with unparalleled cross-field resolution, light transmission and color correction. Manufactured to the highest standards, the Traveller BGA ED offers the outdoor sports and wildlife enthusiast a new and exciting alternative to premium brands at a fraction of the price.

    Features
    • Lightweight polycarbonate body protected in natural rubber armor
    • Nitrogen waterproof construction (3m/10ft depth)
    • ED, fully multi-coated optical system with BAK 4 phase corrected prism units and Oasis prism coating
    • Wide field long eye relief eyepieces giving full field with spectacles
    • 4-stage twist-type retractable eyecups
    • Close focus to 1.8m/6ft
    • Tripod adapter socket

     

    Supplied Accessories

    Traveller BGA ED binoculars are supplied complete in a soft neoprene case with rainguard, padded strap and rubber objective lens covers

    Warranty

    Premier Plus Limited Lifetime

    Product Code

    30648

    Price $495.00

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    Specifications

    • Specifications
      • Color
        Black
      • Size
        8x32
      • Magnification
        8
      • Lens Dia. (mm)
        32
      • Lens Dia. (inch)
        1.3
      • Field of View (°)
        8.2
      • Field of View ([email protected])
        143
      • Field of View ([email protected])
        429
      • Close Focus (m)
        1.8
      • Close Focus (f)
        5.9
      • Eye Relief (mm)
        19
      • Eye Relief (inch)
        0.7
      • IPD Range (mm)
        51~73
      • IPD Range (inch)
        2~2.9
      • Waterproof
        Yes
      • Prism Type
        Roof
      • Length (mm)
        119
      • Width (mm)
        115
      • Depth (mm)
        42.5
      • Dimensions LxWxD (mm)
        119x115x42.5
      • Dimensions LxWxD (inches)
        4.7x4.5x1.7
      • Weight (g)
        451
      • Weight (oz)
        15.9
      • Weight (lb)
        1
    • Technical
      • Body Material
        Aluminum Alloy, Polycarbonate
      • Hinge Type
        Single Hinge, Single Axis
      • Armor Type
        Full
      • Armor Material
        NBR
      • Nitrogen Gas Filled
        Yes
      • Eyecup Type
        4 stage twist
      • Diopter Adjustment Side
        Right
      • Diopter Adjuster Location
        Right
      • Diopter Range
        4.00
      • Focal Length (mm)
        N/A
      • Eyelens Dia (mm)
        22
      • Prism Material
        BAK 4
      • Prism Coating
        Oasis
      • PC Coating
        Yes
      • Lens Coating
        Fully multi-coated
      • Serial Number Location
        Rear of right body
      • 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 Roof Prism Binoculars

        $18.00

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

        $5.00

        More Info
      • Pro Series Lens Cleaning Set

        $14.00

        More Info
      • 40mm BGA Binocular Rainguard

        $12.00

        More Info
      • 30mm Neoprene Binocular Strap (7mm)

        $15.00

        More Info
      • 31077 Rubber Objective Lens Covers Traveller BGA ED

        $20.00

        More Info
      • Universal Tele-Adapter UTA 2x

        $159.00

        More Info
      • UTA Connection Ring 40mm

        $16.00

        More Info
    • Videos
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    • Reviews

      Traveller BGA ED 8x32 - Nick Moran

      Wednesday, March 20, 2019

      Logic suggests that relatively small binoculars, with modest-sized objective lenses, will be compromised in their light gathering capabilities. In this respect, the Travellers defy logic! Using them in various low-light conditions, I have repeatedly been impressed by their light gathering ability.

      Above is an excerpt from a review authored by Nick Moran and published in BTO News Spring 2019. Click here to read the entire review.


      Traveller BGA ED 8x32 - Corey Finger

      Monday, March 19, 2018

      Should you buy a pair of Opticron Travellers? If you are a regular birder with a high-end pair of bins looking for something lightweight to use in situations where you don’t want to lug your usual heavy optics these are a perfect solution.

      Above is an excerpt from a review authored by Corey Finger and originally published on 10,000 Birds. Click here to read the entire review


      Traveller BGA ED 8x32 - Piergiovanni Salimbeni

      Tuesday, April 18, 2017

      Click here to read a review authored by Piergiovanni Salimbeni and originally published on Binomania.it


      Traveller BGA ED 8x32 - Frank Dickman

      Wednesday, March 08, 2017

      In closing I want to say that this could very well be the ideal binocular for many individuals. It certainly has an excellent combination of size, ergonomics and optical performance. Two big thumbs up from me on this model.

      Above is an excerpt from a review authored by Frank Dickman and originally published on Birdforum.net. Click here to read the entire review.


      Traveller BGA ED 8x32 - Steve Young

      Tuesday, February 28, 2017

      Quality hasn’t been sacrificed at all in this model so whether you choose to buy a pair as your main binocular or as a second pair to save weight when on that plane, the Traveller doesn’t look as though they will let you down wherever and whenever you use them; in the optics world these prove that size isn’t everything and small really can be beautiful.

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


    Specifications

    • Specifications
    • Technical
    • Accessories
    • Videos
    • Reviews
    • Color
      Black
    • Size
      8x32
    • Magnification
      8
    • Lens Dia. (mm)
      32
    • Lens Dia. (inch)
      1.3
    • Field of View (°)
      8.2
    • Field of View ([email protected])
      143
    • Field of View ([email protected])
      429
    • Close Focus (m)
      1.8
    • Close Focus (f)
      5.9
    • Eye Relief (mm)
      19
    • Eye Relief (inch)
      0.7
    • IPD Range (mm)
      51~73
    • IPD Range (inch)
      2~2.9
    • Waterproof
      Yes
    • Prism Type
      Roof
    • Length (mm)
      119
    • Width (mm)
      115
    • Depth (mm)
      42.5
    • Dimensions LxWxD (mm)
      119x115x42.5
    • Dimensions LxWxD (inches)
      4.7x4.5x1.7
    • Weight (g)
      451
    • Weight (oz)
      15.9
    • Weight (lb)
      1
    • Body Material
      Aluminum Alloy, Polycarbonate
    • Hinge Type
      Single Hinge, Single Axis
    • Armor Type
      Full
    • Armor Material
      NBR
    • Nitrogen Gas Filled
      Yes
    • Eyecup Type
      4 stage twist
    • Diopter Adjustment Side
      Right
    • Diopter Adjuster Location
      Right
    • Diopter Range
      4.00
    • Focal Length (mm)
      N/A
    • Eyelens Dia (mm)
      22
    • Prism Material
      BAK 4
    • Prism Coating
      Oasis
    • PC Coating
      Yes
    • Lens Coating
      Fully multi-coated
    • Serial Number Location
      Rear of right body
    • 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 Roof Prism Binoculars

      $18.00

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

      $5.00

      More Info
    • Pro Series Lens Cleaning Set

      $14.00

      More Info
    • 40mm BGA Binocular Rainguard

      $12.00

      More Info
    • 30mm Neoprene Binocular Strap (7mm)

      $15.00

      More Info
    • 31077 Rubber Objective Lens Covers Traveller BGA ED

      $20.00

      More Info
    • Universal Tele-Adapter UTA 2x

      $159.00

      More Info
    • UTA Connection Ring 40mm

      $16.00

      More Info
    • Video image
    • Video image

    Traveller BGA ED 8x32 - Nick Moran

    Wednesday, March 20, 2019

    Logic suggests that relatively small binoculars, with modest-sized objective lenses, will be compromised in their light gathering capabilities. In this respect, the Travellers defy logic! Using them in various low-light conditions, I have repeatedly been impressed by their light gathering ability.

    Above is an excerpt from a review authored by Nick Moran and published in BTO News Spring 2019. Click here to read the entire review.


    Traveller BGA ED 8x32 - Corey Finger

    Monday, March 19, 2018

    Should you buy a pair of Opticron Travellers? If you are a regular birder with a high-end pair of bins looking for something lightweight to use in situations where you don’t want to lug your usual heavy optics these are a perfect solution.

    Above is an excerpt from a review authored by Corey Finger and originally published on 10,000 Birds. Click here to read the entire review


    Traveller BGA ED 8x32 - Piergiovanni Salimbeni

    Tuesday, April 18, 2017

    Click here to read a review authored by Piergiovanni Salimbeni and originally published on Binomania.it


    Traveller BGA ED 8x32 - Frank Dickman

    Wednesday, March 08, 2017

    In closing I want to say that this could very well be the ideal binocular for many individuals. It certainly has an excellent combination of size, ergonomics and optical performance. Two big thumbs up from me on this model.

    Above is an excerpt from a review authored by Frank Dickman and originally published on Birdforum.net. Click here to read the entire review.


    Traveller BGA ED 8x32 - Steve Young

    Tuesday, February 28, 2017

    Quality hasn’t been sacrificed at all in this model so whether you choose to buy a pair as your main binocular or as a second pair to save weight when on that plane, the Traveller doesn’t look as though they will let you down wherever and whenever you use them; in the optics world these prove that size isn’t everything and small really can be beautiful.

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