Leupold BX-1 McKenzie 10x50mm Shadow Gray
- Leupold model #173789 Bx-1 McKenzie 10x50mm in shadow Gray
- 100% waterproof, Fog proof, & shockproof
- Fully multi-coated lens system ensures maximum brightness for clarity, contrast, and color fidelity
- Back 4 Prisms deliver a perfectly round exit pupil with virtually no edge distortion and a crisp, clear image
- Open bridge, Roof Prism design – extremely lightweight and ergonomic
- Twist-up eyecups and generous eye relief for comfortable extended viewing
- Twilight Light Management System adds up to 10 extra minutes of glassing light
- Features an extremely smooth focusing system for fine adjustments
Close the gap quicker with the 12x50mm McKenzies. The increased magnification is ideal for wide-open spaces and picking out the smallest details.
The BX-1 McKenzie delivers class leading low-light performance with our Twilight Light Management System, which simply helps you see more in less light.
You also get outstanding resolution and clarity in a rugged, compact design that’s waterproof and purpose built to handle the harshest conditions.
Comes with Pro Gear Accessories – GO-Afield deluxe shoulder strap, binocular case, lens covers, and a lens cloth.
Specification: Leupold BX-1 McKenzie 10x50mm Shadow Gray
6.4 x 8.6 x 3.4 inches, 2.43 pounds
2.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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The fact that this product has 5 stars makes me weep. I am not sure whether the reviewers have never tried a decent scope out before or they are in love with the name Leupold, but this product is utter junk. I compared this to the Bushnell Legend Ms 10×42 and those blew this out of the water for a few more bucks. I put these binos up to my eyes and holy moly chromatic abberation was the name of the game, I saw so many different colors in the picture that it felt like looking at a rainbow, anything you aimed at had horrendous color fringing, there was absolutely no clarity to these binoculars. I say in all seriousness that these binos are worse then a pair of $25 bushnells I bought 5 years ago. I don’t know what in the name of anything holy Leupold was thinking putting their name on this scope, but it is extremely dissapointing. Please shop for anything else but do not buy these and waste your time. By the way these were made in China and the whole body was made out of plastic. Only thing I liked was the case.
CHARLES F. –
It came to my mind that every man should treat themselves to a fine pair of binoculars. I know that there are binoculars out there that are far more expensive. For the price I paid these are amazing. The build quality is excellent. The glass is nice and clear. A few customers complained about the packaging. I believe that Leupold must have listened because mine came with an upgraded strap and carrying case. I am very pleased with my purchase. These are for the price an easy 5 stars.
I’m loving the crisp image these produce. I think they’re great quality, and I look forward to glassing with these. I’ll update my post if I have any issues, but honestly I doubt theres a better deal out there than $169.00 for this set
Kristina O. –
Love them. Caps are tight enough. Easy to dial in the focus. Great carrying case.
These produce a sharp crisp image right to the edge. The color rendition is great and the construction is solid. If these hold up like Leopold’s fine rifle scopes these should last a very long time. The lens coating cuts glare and the nitrogen gas filling should guarantee no fogging ever. They are not cheap but they are well worth the investment.
Matt Zimmerman –
I had originally bought these as an extra pair to keep in the vehicle. I have Vortex Razor HD 10×42 for actual hunting, but wanted something not so spendy for the vehicle so I turned to Leupold. These are an excellent pair of binoculars for under $200. The glass quality performs well in low light conditions and gives a very crisp image out to around 500 yards. They are lightweight, fairly durable, and come with an upgraded carrying case and neck strap compared to what other binoculars come with. The only downside is I recommend running a set of scope flip covers on the ends just due to the fact that the ones they come with for the objective lenses fit very loose. Other than that excellent product. Highly recommend.
Ed Beatson –
Leupold are the best thank you
Will I Am –
I had a problem when these binoculars arrived – they were broken in half, I contacted the seller who sent me a new pair quickly. These have a clear field of view, focus easily. The only down side I have is they are a little tight if you have narrow eyes. Otherwise a great set of binoculars for a good price.