|Number of Items||5|
|Included Components||Rainguard Eyepiece Cover, Tethered Objective Lens Covers, Comfort Neck Strap, Deluxe Custom-Molded Carry Case|
|Item Model Number||DB-203|
|Product Dimensions||15.62 x 18.29 x 8.76 cm; 793.79 Grams|
Vortex Optics Diamondback Roof Prism Binoculars
|Price:||+ $15.17 Delivery|
|Water resistance level||Waterproof|
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- Fully multi-coated lenses
- Phase corrected prisms
- Fog-, water- and dustproof
- Rubber covered body for better handling
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Completely redesigned, the legendary Diamondback binocular Series once again redefines the price vs performance ratio in the world of optics. The short-hinge design and upscale sleek new look grabs the eye and leaves more room for your hands-making them physically easier to hold. An all-new optical system serves up stunning views and impressive low-light performance. An ultra-wide field of view lets you efficiently cover ground and acquire subjects with ease.
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Diamondback 10x32 Roof Prism Binocular (DB-203)
An astoundingly efficient and high-performing optical system with enhanced, dielectric fully multi-coated lenses, serves up stunning views and impressive low-light performance—critical attributes when working to glass up and evaluate game. And with their ultra-wide, field of view, you can effortlessly cover ground and acquire subjects with ease.
Adjust Eyecups & IPD
Enjoy comfortable viewing even if you wear eyeglasses. Simply twist the eyecups up or down to see the full field of view. Keep the eyecups fully extended if you aren’t wearing eyeglasses or sunglasses.
The IPD (interpupillary distance) is the distance between the centers of the left and right pupil. Your binocular also has an IPD. To see a single image free of shading, rotate your binocular until its IPD aligns with your eyes.
Adjust Eyecups & IPD
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