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Vanguard's top-of-the-range 10x42 Endeavor ED binoculars deliver sharpness and clarity like never before, with exceptional light transmission and remarkable colour resolution and contrast.
The Endeavor ED features an ergonomic, open-bridge design that's comfortable to use, along with a wide viewing angle and ultra-reliable BaK-4 roof prisms.
The magic behind the binocular's performance lies in the premium ED glass, which reduces light dispersion to provide high-resolution colours and clarity. As a result, you can view objects from a distance as if they were standing right next to you. Vanguard also added an anti-reflective coating for even better clarity and a large focussing wheel for ease of use. Also, thanks to the binocular's nitrogen-charged, O-ring-sealed design, the Endeavor's waterproof/fogproof housing can take on the most challenging weather conditions.
Endeavor ED has BaK4 roof prisms and special lens coatings for unbelievable quality. Nitrogen-charged and O-ring sealed, Endeavor ED is waterproof and fogproof to take on challenging weather conditions.
• Magnification: 10x • Objective Diameter: 42mm • Prism Type: BaK-4 roof • Waterproofing: to 1 metre • Viewing Angle: 6.5° • Field of View: 114m @ 1000m • Eye Relief: 16.5mm • Focussing System: Internal Focussing via central wheel • Lens Coating: Fully multicoated • Phase Coasting: Yes • Dimensions: 154 x 130 mm • Weight: 730g • Warranty: Limited Lifetime
ED glass effectively reduces colour dispersion and enhances colour resolution and contrast. Different light wavelengths do not come to the same point after passing the lens. ED glass helps to correct this problem. As a result, the image is sharper.
Developed for enhanced image clarity and true colour reproduction, P2 Phase Coating treatment to BaK4 prisms creates crystal clear images and high resolution observation.
V-Max Silver Coating is among the most cutting-edge lens treatments in optics, providing crisper, more vivid images and sharper contrast due to impressive light reflection.
AR Coating on all air-to-surface lenses dramatically minimizes light reflection on the lens. Coupled with fully multi-coated treatment, it ensures near perfect light transmission and image recognition, enabling the brightest images possible, even on the sunniest days.
The VANGUARD Emerald coating is specifically designed to provide the full spectrum of colour within the band of green tones. This coating is essential for nature enthusiasts, because it ensures the most vivid and natural shades of green.
Nitrogen charged and O-ring sealed, Endeavour is waterproof and fog proof to take on the most challenging weather conditions.
I bought these after a lot of research on line. They are well made and give a bright and clear image. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mrs Diana Miller
Good light throughput. Sharp image comfortable and can be easily hand held even at 10x. Read more
Hmm: It was a hard choice deciding what to fork out for in binoculars, as I'm out of my depth with what is available nowadays. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Spamlet
Having visited an rspb reserve and tried out a pair of swarovski binoculars coating £1200 I thought that to get a quality pair with a crystal clear view I had better start... Read morePublished 2 months ago by mike
These binos got a good write up in a birding magazine. They are remarkably good at the price. I gave my wife a pair of Swarovsky binos 12 years ago which now cost well over a... Read morePublished 2 months ago by CW
Bought these for ornithology and marine use.
Clear, bright, focus is quick and sharp.
Very pleased with with these binoculars they perform to expectactions.I am more than happy with my purchasePublished 3 months ago by Clive Harrington
Very good indeed, particularly in low light. Once calibrated to your eyes the image is razor sharp. Read morePublished 6 months ago by D. Storm
I Purchased these after reading several reviews which scored them highly against similar binoculars at that price. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Mr K Williamson