Bushnell 10x42mm Fusion 1 Mile 10x42 Laser Rangefinder Binocular 202310

The Bushnell Fusion 1 Mile 10X42 Laser Rangefinder Binocular combines the convenience of a binocular with the performance of an Angle Range Compensation (ARC) range finding device. Switch from Binocular mode to range finding mode at the touch of a button to get the distance to your target from 10 yards out to 1,760 yards.

    • Includes CR-123 3-volt battery
    • Multi-coated optics
    • Bak-4 Prisms with PC-3 Phase Corrective Coating that provides state of the art resolution and clarity
    • 100% fog proof and waterproof
    • Class leading 80% light transmission

 


Item Condition: New
Product Type Rangefinding Binocular
Weight: 31 oz.
Objective Diameter: 42mm
Dimensions: N/A
UPC 029757202321
MPN 202310

Customer Reviews

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L.G.
Very pleased with the product--works as it should

Very pleased with the product--works as it should.
Supplier supplied the item on a timely basis-and I have no hesitation in re-ordering other items from same supplier.
Happy Buyer.

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B.O.
Long range-finder

Fantastic range is all I can say! I tested the one mile claim and found that these binos are capable of surpassing it. I ranged a high dirt bank in twilight conditions at 1780 yards! In normal daylight conditions, I was able to get 1600 yards with no problems, so the rangefinder is great. The glass in the binoculars isn't bad either. It's not as clear as say, a Swarovski, but at a third the price it's pretty good. It looked about as clear as my cousin's Leica 10x42, with only slightly less field of vision. I have been doing long range shooting and needed a long range rangefinder to replace my Leupold 1000 yard handheld. These are a little bulkier but having the glassing capability and great ranging aspect as well. All in all, worth the price unless you have to have the biggest and best. Which translates into very expensive.

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M.S.
Binos

Hard to read the digital display(could be a faulty battery) and they just barely close enough to focus the 2 FOVs to show one big FOV otherwise these are nice and clear binos! Also the buttons are hard to push but they should become pliable after use.

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M.G.
good ranging binocular - great value

I bought these so that I had a bino that would double as a rangefinder so I could carry less gear and simplify ranging. I bought the 12 X 50 power because I am hunting in open areas where I need maximum magnification. I use a trigger stick tripod to set these on for ranging and spotting because I am not steady enough without a rest. The design is OK - a little hard to work the focus and activation buttons but was OK after I got used to it. The optics are good, not great. Compared to a set of Nikon Monarch 12 X 50 binos that I have they are not quite as good to my eye for clarity, but they are still very usable. The weight is reasonable for having both functions combined. The value is very good when you consider the whole package and the combined function you get. They seem pretty durable and so far (one hunting season) they have had no problems. I would give a 5 star rating if they were a little better ergonomically and had a little better optical clarity but I am very satisfied with them and they are a great value. They would cost a lot more if the optics were much better.