PermaFocus Binocular Review | PermaFocus Wide Angle Porro Prism Binocular
A binocular is one of the most important equipment if you are a birdie, hunter, etc. It is as important to a birdie as oil is to the Americans. A good binocular is one which serves a users purpose and at the same time furnishes him/ her with the best possible features. A bifocal is often purchased by simply looking at the design, but a good binoculars’ qualities lie inside it. A lorgnette should be bought by looking at its specifications like optical strength, focus quality, etc. I too had to learn the technique of buying a good binocular. While searching for a good pair of binoculars, I stumbled upon the PermaFocus Wide Angle Porro Prism binoculars that were displayed on one of the pages on Amazon. Its features are:
The PermaFocus Wide Angle Porro Prism Binoculars come with a new and unique feature called “Focus-Free.” This feature enables the users to focus only on the view up- ahead. The user does not need to take care of the focusing issue any longer because as soon as he/ she will use the binocular, the feature will automatically focus on the view ahead and give a clear picture. With the presence of this feature, a user does not even need to press any buttons/ levers.
The PermaFocus Wide Angle Porro Prism Binoculars are available in four different optical features viz. 7×35, 7×50, 10×50 and 12×50. These numbers show the magnification power and the diameter of the objective lens. For example, in case of 7×35, 7x denotes the magnification power and 35 denotes the diameter of the objective lens. All these four binoculars have fully coated optics that enhance light transmission and provide crisp images. These bifocals are for purposes of outdoor activities primarily birdwatching and enjoying stadium games.
The PermaFocus Wide Angle Porro Prism Binoculars are designed while keeping in mind the suitability and comfort of its users. The design is not only stylish but simple and sober. All the four variants have rubber housing for a firm grip. The pince-nez are designed with high-level precision which enables glitch free viewing. Also, the eye cups of the binoculars are adjustable according to the need of users. The lorgnette has wide angled objective lens that covers proportionately wide are.
All the four variants of PermaFocus Wide Angle Porro Prism Binoculars come with rubber armors. The eye cups of the binoculars are covered with rubber armors that provide a no- slippery firm grip. The rubber armor saves the binocular from slipping and breaking. Also, the rubber armor absorbs shock and maintains a good focus. The rubber armor protects the lens from scratches that might appear when used with eye glasses on. The rubber armor also serves another purpose i.e. adds to the looks of the bifocal.
The PermaFocus Wide Angle Porro Prism Binoculars come with a limited lifetime warranty. The binoculars are made under quality control and excellent workmanship. The bifocals have Porro prisms that enable high-quality viewing. The rubber armor is a great protective cover, and the high-resolution optics give the binocular some positive scores. The lorgnette has a wide angled objective lens provides a greater field of view. The Focus-free feature enables the user to focus only on the images and objects, leaving the focusing system to Focus Free.
- High resolution fully coated objective lenses.
- Precision crafting.
- Focus-free feature.
- Rubber armoring.
- Wide angle field of view.
- Cannot be mounted upon a tripod.
- Are not water or fog proof.
- Can only be used in daytime.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: Can these binoculars be used at night?
A: No, the bifocals can only be used for daytime viewing.
Q: Can the binoculars be mounted on a tripod?
A: No, the lorgnette are not tripoded mountable.
Q: Are the binoculars water and fog proof?
A: No, the pince-nez are neither water nor fog proof.
The PermaFocus Wide Angle Porro Prism Binoculars are an awesome pair. It has all the right features required by a user for birdwatching, trekking, safaris and other outdoor sports. The focus-free feature is a masterpiece that is designed solely for distant viewing and will be subject to user’s eyesight in case of close focus. Apart from a few drawbacks that are present in every binocular, this is a great piece to go for.