Last week, optics company Bushnell released their new series of binoculars the Powerview 2. The new Powerview 2 binoculars by Bushnell provide users with inexpensive options to the higher budget binos on the market.
Last week, optics company Bushnell released their new series of binoculars the Powerview 2. The new Powerview 2 binoculars by Bushnell provide users with inexpensive options to the higher budget binos on the market. The new Powerview 2 binos will have configurations ranging from 10x to 20x magnification. The new Powerview by Bushnell will range from $39.99 to $79.99 MSRP depending on which model you chose.
Below is the press release from Bushnell on their new Powerview 2 series.
Bushnell®, an industry leader in performance optics, announced that it has started shipping the Powerview™ 2, an evolution of their popular Powerview line of binoculars that have offered industry-leading value for over a decade.
A versatile, general-use binocular, Powerview 2 models feature an aircraft grade, aluminum alloy chassis built for durability without adding unnecessary weight and bulk. Each model sports high-quality, soft-touch black rubber armor and brushed metal texture finishes that give it an eye-catching modern exterior design and superior ergonomics.
Available now for purchase at prices ranging from $39.99 to $79.99, Powerview 2 fits within nearly everyone’s budget. The line offers compact, mid- and full-size options in roof or porro prism configurations ranging from 10x to 20x magnification. This wide assortment provides multiple options for any outdoor adventure.
Multi-coated optics provide a clear, vibrant image, even in low light. The focus wheel is designed for ultra-smooth performance, allowing the user to quickly focus on the subject and get exceptional definition. All Powerview 2 binoculars have an adjustable diopter, and come with soft-touch rubber armor that’s textured along the sides and on the bridge for easy handling and a confident grip.
Powerview 2 binoculars are available in the following configurations and prism systems: Compact 10x25mm folding roof prism, 16x32mm folding roof prism. Mid-size 10x42mm roof prism, and Full Size 10x50mm Porro prism, 12x50mm Porro prism and 20x50mm Porro prism. All models have fold-down eyecups except for the 10×42 roof prism model which has twist-up eye cups.
All mid and full size Powerview 2 models are tripod compatible. Available accessories include a tripod adapter and bino harness. For more information on this new line of products please visit https://www.bushnell.com/binoculars/powerview-2/.
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