Pentax Gameseeker Binoculars - 10x42, Waterproof, Roof Prism

Closeouts. Pentax Gameseeker 10x42 binoculars provide exceptional resolution and high contrast images for hunters and outdoors enthusiasts. They feature phase-coated roof prisms, fully multi-coated optics and waterproof, nitrogen-filled construction.

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  • Reviewed by welovejesus5 from Missouri on Friday, March 28, 2014
    The binoculars are really nice and easy to use. Keeping the covers out of the way when you use them is a little tricky. Be careful not to tear the rubber on the covers.
  • Reviewed by Doug Fir from California on Friday, March 21, 2014
    This is a very high quality optic compared to the cheap binoculars you get in chain sporting goods stores for around $50. The clearance price makes the Pentax an exceptional value. The quality of construction, performance and image quality are high in my opinion. They are a good size for the mobile hunter, hiker or tourist. I guess they don't work well in Colorado for some reason if you check the other reviews. You can get a better pair for hundreds or thousands of dollars more if you want. Good luck with a $50 pair.
  • Reviewed by Traveler from New Hampshire on Tuesday, January 07, 2014
    I'm heading for Alaska in the spring and reluctantly decided to replace a pair I had lost. Now I'm ecstatic I lost my old pair. Great resolution. I'm heading for a hut-to-hut Nordic ski trip in Maine early next month and these will definitely be in my pack.
  • Reviewed by naturelovers from NC on Sunday, January 05, 2014
    We liked the 8X420 so much the we got the 10x42. (You have to have a steady hand with that high of magnification!) We keep one set in the truck and one in the house. The lens caps dangle annoyingly close to the lenses, so we just tied a cord to them so they would dangle further from the lenses.
  • Reviewed by Jace from Colorado on Monday, December 30, 2013
    I bought these for my wife for Christmas. She in turn spent 100$ less on a pair for me. I returned these and we kept the ones that cost 40$, not based on cost savings but more from a performance stand point.
  • Reviewed by Rona from Colorado on Saturday, October 05, 2013
    Reasonably good value at closeout price, but I compared them to my neighbor's slightly more expensive Vanguards ($160) and the sharpness for the xtra $40 was obvious, so I returned the Pentax. It all depends to what you're comparing to. These are wonderful if you are used to a cheap pair of Bushnells from Walmart, but I wanted to get something I would be really happy with for many years.
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