Bushnell BowHunter Chuck Adams Edition 7x36mm Binoculars

New Bushnell BowHunter Chuck Adams Edition 7x36mm Binoculars

Bushnell BowHunter Chuck Adams Edition 7x36mm Binoculars
Bushnell Chuck Adams Edition 7x36mm Binoculars
Bushnell Outdoor Products
Bushnell Outdoor Products

Overland Park, KS – -(AmmoLand.com)- The new BowHunter Chuck Adams Edition 7x36mm binocular was designed with archers in mind and is endorsed by legendary bow hunter Chuck Adams.

With an extra wide field of view, it provides 30 percent more viewing area than comparable 10x binoculars.

Weighing only 20 ounces, they are comfortable to wear or carry in a vest pocket. The extended eye relief (20mm) significantly reduces eye strain and Soft Touch Thumbgrips feel great in your hands and provide for hours of comfortable viewing.

Like other ExcursionEX binoculars it features fully multi-coated optics with PC-3 phase coated prisms for a dramatic improvement in resolution and contrast. They feature Realtree AP Camo and come with a bonus Binocular Harness Strap. Other features include a lockable focus knob, quick attach/detach neck strap and carrying case. Suggested retail is $249.99. They are available at Bushnell dealers nationwide.

For more information on Bushnell Products visit www.bushnell.com or call 800-423-3537 for consumer inquiries.

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Bushnell Outdoor Products is a global manufacturer and marketer of branded consumer products based in Overland Park, Kansas. Bushnell Outdoor Products sells its products worldwide under the Bushnell, Tasco, Serengeti, Bollé, Uncle Mike’s Law Enforcement, Stoney Point, Hoppe’s, Butler Creek, Kolpin, Millett, Uncle Mike’s, Final Approach and Simmons brand names. For information about any of these brands or products, please contact Bushnell Public Relations at (913) 752-6105

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Sort of an odd statement- "it provides 30 percent more viewing area than comparable 10x binoculars."

By definition a 7x binocular will always have more viewing area than a 10x. Big deal. I bet images look steadier with this 7x than with 10x too. Again, a function of the power not the design. How does it compare to other 7x?