Adasion12x42 HD Binoculars

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Adasion12x42 HD Binoculars Price History

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Current Price $69.86 June 21, 2024
Highest Price $69.86 December 25, 2023
Lowest Price $69.86 December 25, 2023
Since December 25, 2023

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$69.86 December 25, 2023

Adasion12x42 HD Binoculars Description

Quick and Easy to Install

These 12×42 HD binoculars come with a universal phone adapter that allows you to quickly and easily mount it on your phone. The phone adapter is compatible with most popular phones, making it easy to take pictures and videos with your binoculars. Plus, the adapter also works with cameras and telescopes, so you can mount it on those as well!

High Powered Optics

These binoculars boast powerful optics that can magnify up to 12x. You’ll be able to spot far away objects with ease and pick up on the finest details. The emerald lens coating efficiently absorbs stray light, greatly diminishing reflections and glare. This adds contrast and clarity to the image without sacrificing color fidelity.

Comfortable Design

These binoculars offer maximum viewing comfort so you can stay focused for long periods of time. The adjustable eyecups curve in just the right places, reducing eyestrain due to light leakage. The ergonomic rubber armor also allows for a steadier grip.

Lightweight and Durable

These binoculars are incredibly lightweight, making them easy to transport wherever you go. The durable exterior is waterproof and fog-proof, ensuring that your binoculars are well protected in any condition.

Features:
• High powered optics
• Universal phone adapter
• Lightweight and durable
• Ergonomic rubber armor
• Waterproof and fog-proof
• Easy to install
• Adjustable eyecups
• Maximum viewing comfort
• Emeral digital coating for enhanced contrast
• Magnify up to 12x

Adasion12x42 HD Binoculars Specification

Specification: Adasion12x42 HD Binoculars

Product Dimensions

6 x 5 x 2.4 inches

Item Weight

1.2 pounds

Item model number

Binoculars-001

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Date First Available

July 28, 2019

Manufacturer

Adasion

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Adasion12x42 HD Binoculars Reviews (13)

13 reviews for Adasion12x42 HD Binoculars

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  1. Jorge G. Mosqueda

    Für den Preis ist das Fernglas echt super. Wir haben noch ein Nikon Prostaff (ca.250 €) und vom Bild her sind beide gar nicht so unähnlich. Natürlich ist beim Nikon die Haptik wertiger und auch die Tasche, aber dieses hier ist wirklich empfehlenswert. Zubehör kann man knicken, ist kaum brauchbar, aber das Fernglas an sich ist toll. Haben es inzwischen sogar schon ein Mal verschenkt.

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  2. Consuelo rojas

    RAS si ce n’est que l’adaptateur pour smartphone n’est pas vraiment pratique/utile.

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  3. Amazon Customer

    Really easy to use and adjust. Note that there are onot individual diopters for each eye, but they work for me. Light weight and nice finish.

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  4. Oscar Jenkins

    Je possède depuis plusieurs années des jumelles 4×30 et comme je fais désormais beaucoup de randonnées, je souhaitais faire l’acquisition d’une autre paire de jumelles, avec une optique plus performante et en 10x ou 12x .
    N’étant pas un spécialiste de ce type de matériel, je dois avouer que c’est le prix promotionnel et les nombreux avis positifs qui m’ont amenés vers ce modèle.
    Après déballage, j’ai voulu immédiatement tester le trépied et je n’arrivais pas à fixer le support car je ne trouvais pas où fixer ce support. C’est après que j’ai compris qu’il fallait dévisser/retirer le cache pour faire apparaitre l’emplacement (ceci n’est pas précisé dans le manuel).
    Ensuite, j’ai testé le trépied. Bon … c’est un jouet … et il y a beaucoup de jeu au niveau des glissières qui permettent d’ajuster la hauteur du trépied.
    Donc, une fois la paire de jumelles fixée dessus, l’ensemble est très instable et faire une observation est quasiment impossible.
    J’ai ensuite fixé les jumelles sur un trépied d’appareil photo et ça n’a pas été simple non plus pour observer des oiseaux, car ça bouge beaucoup au niveau du support de la paire de jumelles.
    J’ai également testé le support pour smartphone. Bon, sur un visuel de présentation, on voit un bel assemblage avec un écureuil qui apparait en plein écran sur le smartphone. C’est joli mais, sauf erreur de ma part, ça n’a rien à voir avec la réalité.
    Chez moi, avec mon smartphone qui fait 6.55 pouces, le smartphone en question était de travers car impossible de l’ajuster complètement. Qui plus est, ce que j’observais n’apparaissait pas en plein écran comme l’écureuil sur le visuel, mais dans un “petit rond” (en fait, c’est ce qui apparaissait dans l’optique gauche qui apparaissait sur l’écran du smartphone).
    La fixation de la lanière est un peu compliquée, si l’on souhaite obtenir quelque chose de parfaitement symétrique et de bien orienté bien évidemment.
    Sinon cette paire de jumelles est fournie avec des capuchons de protection. Ce qui est bien quand on la place dans un sac de randonnées sans utiliser la pochette qui est livrée avec.
    Comme déjà dit plus haut, je ne suis pas un spécialiste et on m’avait dit qu’avec des jumelles 10x ou 12x, ça bouge beaucoup et l’observation peut être difficile. Là, ce n’est pas le cas, ça ne tremblote pas.
    Concernant le poids, il me semble qu’elles sont un peu lourdes (612 g avec la lanière et les capuchons de protection).
    Voilà mon retour d’expérience après prise en main et utilisation sommaire. Vu le prix promotionnel, ça me semble être une affaire, même si les accessoires sont peu fiables.

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  5. Daniel Peters

    Vale mucho la pena, todo muy bien.

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  6. David E

    We purchased these for our South Africa safari and the pictures we were able to take were amazing. Easy to use, which was a plus. I needed to reach out to customer service, they were quick to respond. I would definitely recommend.

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  7. brian p.

    The product itself is fine, nice weight, feel and balance. My only issue is the “cheap plastic” adapter provided with the binocs. Used once and, as shown in my pic, snapped because of the weight of the binocs. Would be better if the manufacturer invested in a more sturdy material i.e. metal!

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  8. David E

    Great Product.

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  9. RICHARD.ZMUDA

    I looked at the stars with these and was amazed. The view was way better than my telescope with jillions of stars in the view. I took them to the beach and could see what people were doing a half mile away. Took some pictures of birds with the tripod gadget and my cell phone. It works, but it’s a bit time consuming and the pictures aren’t worth throwing the tripod gadget into the backpack for a day hike. But the binoculars are really good.

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  10. Marilyn

    La calidad de estos Binoculares marca Adasion es muy buena y su precio muy razonable, el tiempo d entrega fue el prometido y my bien empacado.

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  11. LH

    The birds, fish, frogs, and turtles in my neighborhood have become my new friends since social distancing began, and these binoculars have been spectacl-ar in helping me identify them. I’d never used binoculars before this new hobby, so here are some things I’ve learned that might be helpful to first-time users:

    Binoculars always have two numbers in the spec, AxB. A represents the magnification – the bigger the number, the more zoomed-in the image looks. B represents the size of the objective lens, which is the piece of glass at the far end of the binoculars. The bigger the number, the brighter and clearer the image looks.

    They also have a focus wheel that sits between the two halves, which you’ll have to rotate depending on whether you want to focus on something close or super far away. There’s also usually an additional fine tuner on the right eyepiece that will allow you to adjust for differences between your two eyes. So when using a pair of binoculars for the first time, you should close your right eye and use the focus wheel for just your left eye, and then close your left eye and use the fine tuner for your right eye. After that you can just directly use the focus wheel.

    I had an old pair of Bushnell 12×25 binoculars at home before I got this Adasion 12×42 set. Here’s a comparison, with things I learned from experience:

    1/ Size: The Adasion is bigger because of the larger objective lens. You can see the size difference in my first picture.

    2/ Eyepiece: The Adasion has eye cups that rotate in and out, which give your eyes some breathing distance from the eyepiece lenses. You can see in the second picture the right eye cup has been extended while the left one has not. The Bushnell didn’t have this feature, so my eyelashes were always brushing against the glass, and the glass itself would frequently fog up.

    3/ Straps: This seems like a trivial one, but it bothered me more than I expected. Bushnell’s straps attach at the center, while Adasion’s straps attach on each side. This results in the Bushnell hanging somewhat perpendicular to my torso, which makes it really annoying as it bounces along while I walk. The Adasion just lies comfortably flush against my torso.

    4/ Protective covers: You can see these in the first picture. Each objective lens has an individual rubber cover that hangs off the end. If you don’t like them, you can remove them – they’re attached by a rubber ring that slides off easily. But I think they’re great and protect the glass from smudges. The eyepiece lenses have a joint cover that you take off completely; I only put it back on when I’m done for the day.

    5/ Picture quality: The most important difference. You can see four pictures I took through both binoculars. Interestingly, I found that the Bushnell binoculars were very slightly more magnified than the Adasion. I actually prefer the wider field of view of the Adasion, which is more forgiving of unsteady hands. The Bushnell also starts to get blurry on the edges (see the fence and bench or the floating grass in the fish photo), while the Adasion is much clearer throughout. In addition, colors are a lot brighter through the Adasion, while the Bushnell is a bit faded.

    This brings me to my last piece of advice: the smartphone adapter is pretty cool. I had no idea what a phone adapter was in the beginning – I assumed it was some kind of USB cable that digitally connected the binoculars to your phone, and you’d have to download an app or something to take pictures. Nope. So apparently, you can just hold up your phone camera to the eyepiece of any binoculars, have your phone “look” through the binoculars (monocular?), and you simply use the camera app to snap whatever your phone sees. It works surprisingly well as an amateur telephoto lens. That’s all I did to take the pictures from the Bushnell.

    Turns out though, it’s kind of hard to hold the binoculars in one hand, your phone in the other, and both steady enough while maneuvering your thumb to snap the photo. It’s flat out impossible to take video. So the purpose of this phone adapter is to make it easier by holding your phone in place. It’s a very simple piece of hardware with a spring-loaded clamp around your phone (both an iPhone 6s and iPhone 11 fit just fine) and a round cap that attaches to either of the binoculars’ eye cups. For best results, attach your phone without the eye cups extended. Righty tighty all the way. I find that provides the optimal phone-to-eyepiece distance for the best view from the camera.

    I also did some extra research on phone adapters and tried to buy one for my Bushnell. The universal circular ones have a screw cap where the attachment can be expanded or contracted in order to fit any eye cup. But I actually found that the screw mechanism made the attachment so thick that my phone camera was too far away from the eyepiece to see much through it – all I got was a small hole. In contrast, the adapter that comes with the Adasion was built to fit the Adasion eye cups perfectly. It’s a nice snug fit so your phone (even a heavy iPhone 11) will stay in place at just the right distance from the lens and without needing any hand support.

    The last thing I’ll say about the phone adapter is not to be surprised that your picture is a circle in a black vignette. That makes sense, since that’s what you see when your eyes look through the binoculars too. The rectangular photos from other reviews can be produced by either zooming using the camera’s zoom function or just cropping after the fact.

    Okay that’s as much as I’ve learned so far through my amateur explorations, hope you’ve found it helpful. 🙂

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  12. RICHARD.ZMUDA

    Excellent instructions and great features. The best part is I wrote the company about a part I needed. I called their support number and got a text return. I answered the text with the need I had and in 2 days I got the product in the mail. Now that is service!

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  13. LH

    In order to attach the strap to the binoculars you have to slide a piece of the strap through a plastic retainer. An then you have to get back through again. The pictures show a wide view so you can get the idea and the closeup shows the end of the strap that is impossible to get through the retainer, let alone ever get it back through.
    Other than that I love these binoculars.

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