Leupold BX-1 Rogue 10×50 Binoculars – Fogproof/Waterproof – Black

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  • Model #59225 BX-1 Rogue 10x25mm in Black
  • 100% Waterproof and Fogproof
  • Fully multi-coated lens system ensures maximum brightness for clarity, contrast, and color fidelity
  • BAK 4 Prisms deliver a perfectly round exit pupil with virtually no edge distortion and a crisp, clear image
  • Inverted Porro prism design is incredibly small and lightweight

 

 

$289.59


Bring objects into sharp focus with these Leupold BX-1 Rogue Binoculars. They have spotting scopes that bring together design, sourcing, engineering, production and quality control into a high-quality unit.

The10 x 25mm Leupold compact binoculars have Synergy Built optics with a close focus at a distance of 10′.

The binoculars have an ergonomic structure and a diopter focus with a porro prism design.

The porro binoculars feature a fully multi-coated lens system and Bak 4 prisms. You can use these binoculars for outdoor viewing of nature.

This pair of binoculars also makes an ideal too on a vacation to let you see the sights up close. Take along these binoculars to get a better look at your surroundings.

Specification: Leupold BX-1 Rogue 10×50 Binoculars – Fogproof/Waterproof – Black

Product Dimensions

5 x 7 x 9 inches, 12.6 ounces

Shipping Weight

1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)

Item model number

59225

Brand

Leupold

MPN

59225

UPC

030317592257

11 reviews for Leupold BX-1 Rogue 10×50 Binoculars – Fogproof/Waterproof – Black

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  1. Amazon Customer

    Leupold never disappoints.As a Tower Crane Operator of 13 years, a good pair of compact binoculars always remains in the cab with me.The Rogue 10×25 is a perfect fit for my needs.Easy adjustments, clear, sharp, compact, waterproofPerformance in low light is good.Easy to stow when not in use.I would proudly recommend these to anyone looking for a fairly priced set of quality, compact binoculars and already have.

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  2. C. Kane

    Bought these based on Leupold reputation and that many feel 8×42 is ideal for finding and seeing wildlife. I’ve never had a Leupold product before but was impressed by some of their other products. These are light weight and have impressive clarity. I really like the rugged feel and how the lenses are set back a bit and appear better protected than other binoculars but theses are larger than identically powered competitor binoculars. Some of the reviews mention trouble adjusting the focus -I am not experiencing this. My only complaint is that the strap was a bit hard to attach. I will update after returning from Yellow Stone!Back from Yellow Stone. They worked beautifully. They were easy to use, images were crisp and bright and they held up in the rain. Only complaint was that at some of the longer ranges, the eight power magnification was not quite enough. No fault of the binoculars but if going to Yellow Stone, an 8×25 may not be quite enough.

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  3. Moose

    I have a pair of vintage Zeiss 10×52 binoculars that belonged to my grandfather. Absolutely magnificent piece of work. But they’re big, heavy and expensive. Not the best suited for hiking. So I was looking for something small and lighter but with decent optics. These are exactly what I was looking for. Excellent quality. Very sharp, crisp optics. Light and easy to pack. Quite simple to adjust. I realize that these are not top of the line Leupolds, but for the price I am extremely impressed. Just what I wanted.These are made in the Philippines 🇵🇭 (Hell of a lot better than China 🇨🇳!)Highly recommendThanks for reading

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  4. M. Battenfield

    I have been duly impressed with the visual quality of these binoculars. I was able to even see deer moving in the fog last week that I could barely see with my bare eyes, and definitely couldn’t see at all through my riflescope.

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  5. A.H. of AZ

    Bought this for my mom so she can scan the horizons for her sheep and cattle. The 10x Rogue I have for myself she tried out and said it was too powerful for her and causing the shakey-effect. This 8x she likes and is compact enough for her to carry in her camelbak on walks. Bought it for her in 2015 and dont know the fate of it now as she probably lost it like many quality things I buy her…but she manages to keep other sub-standard no-name brands for decades. As for my personal 10x, it did very well in Iraq, here in the States for coyotes, glassing hillsides for jackrabbits and placing on top of a tripod (flat-based) to spot ‘trace’ at 800 yds. Sharp optics, excellent focus, best without eyeglasses, strap can be replaced with 550 cord. This is not a Zeiss or Steiner or “V” Razor…….but it works well as a compact optic.

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  6. Cliff Barnhouse

    I bought these to keep in my Jeep. I wanted something compact and light weight and these fit the bill. They are easy to focus and have excellent clarity. They also work well if you wear glasses.I like them and would buy them again.

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  7. Heddys

    I bought these to use during field surveys of butterflies and they are perfect for that kind of thing, namely getting magnification on a tiny thing at close range. These would also be great for back yard or close range bird viewing (within 100 ft). However, they weren’t great for looking at soaring hawks or the eagle that was across a lake from me (~500-700 ft). I really like them and they are perfect for my purposes, but they wouldn’t be for everyone.

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  8. Panzrwagn

    My criteria were simple – a decent set of compact binoculars for under $100. Bonus points for armor and waterproofness, both of which the Leupold’s offer. For reference I also have an excellent pair of full-size Nikons, a cheap pair of Bushnell’s, and have used a friends Swarovskis, so I get what size and money does and does not buy.In short, the Leupold Rogue is everything you could ask for and then some for under $100. The only thing I don’t like is having to extend the eyepieces, which slows the “quick-draw” capability, but the trade-off is a more compact package, which I am OK with. Bigger objective lenses would give a brighter view, but that’s not why you buy compact binoculars.The final verdict was delivered by a traveling companion who had a another brand of similar size and power. While on vacation in Hawaii, she bought and had delivered her pair of Leupolds so I could get mine back. They were even at first view that much better optically.

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  9. Rob VII

    Great product!

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  10. Slangard

    My husband likes that these binocs are lightweight and compact for hunting.

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  11. Pamela Cook

    Great product. Wonderfully light and efficient. Fell and broke the eye viewer off and repair in Canada is challenging despite lifetime warranty

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