Providing a lightweight chassis, best-in-class optics, and Bushnell’s EXO Barrier lens coating to repel water, fog, dust, oil, and debris, the Engage Binoculars give you a versatile viewing platform at a competitive price point.
The innovation begins with the frame. Made of lighter and stronger magnesium instead of aluminum, this frame will take a beating in austere environments while still keeping the weight manageable. At 23.5 ounces for the 10x42s and just 29.2 ounces for the 12x50s, the Engage chassis minimizes weight without sacrificing ruggedness.
On top of its magnesium chassis is a rubberized armor for a positive grip, even in a mist or downpour. A texturized grip panel on each tube provides even more slip resistance and allows you to hold them comfortably for long periods of time.
The Extra Low Dispersion ED Prime Glass lenses are fully multi-coated for maximum brightness and clarity. A Dielectric Prism Coating as well as Ultra Wide Band Coating on the lenses ensures true color and light transfer, especially during twilight.
A BaK-4 roof prism allows maximum light transmission in a straight tube design. A lockable diopter focus ring, lets the user set the proper focus for their eye and ensures it won’t get moved. Rotating eye cups allow the Engage to be used with or without eyeglasses. A center focus knob makes it a breeze to adjust with even one hand. Additionally, the Engage binos can be mounted on a tripod for even more steady viewing. All of these features are what you expect from an optic with a much higher price tag, so the Engage is a great value without sacrificing functionality. Top it off with an ironclad limited lifetime warranty, so you know your investment will be protected.
Sportsman’s Warehouse carries the Engage binos in the popular 10x42 and the more powerful 12x50 configuration. The 10x42s have a 340-foot field of view at 1,000 yards and the 12x50s provide 280 feet at 1,000 yards.
Check out the new Bushnell Engage binoculars at your local Sportsman’s Warehouse optics counter.
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