Bresser Binoculars

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Bresser Binoculars

The Bresser Company was created in Germany in 1957 by Josef Bresser and his son, Rolf Bresser. The company has turned into one of the biggest producers of binoculars in Europe and the world. The company is still located in Germany and is managed by Rolf Bresser. It not only produces binoculars, but also makes microscopes, telescopes, magnifiers, spotting scopes and laser rangefinders.

Bresser binoculars are among the finest sports optics that you can get. They are state of the art, boast of sleek designs which are convenient to hold and use and the durability of the products have been tested over time and rugged use. There are dozens of Bresser binoculars, categorized into various series which are all specific to certain purposes. The entire inventory of Bresser binoculars include the Binocom Binoculars, Cobra Binoculars, Condor Binoculars, Corvette Binoculars, Diorit Binoculars, Hunter Binoculars, Lux Binoculars, Nautic Binoculars, Scala Binoculars and Spezial Binoculars.

The Hunter binoculars from Bresser LLC are the most popular because of their utility, efficacy and economic pricing. Most binoculars that would be categorized in the same class as Hunter binoculars are priced twice as much as the variants from Bresser. There is something ideal for everyone depending on the kind of specifications one wants. The prices are extremely economic; as such it wouldn’t be wrong to infer that Bresser binoculars are among the cheapest in the world.

The Hunter series of Bresser binoculars have as many as seven variants. The 8 X 21 model is a roof type binocular with BK 7 prism, an 8x magnification, lens diameter of 321 mm and weighs 7 oz (188 g). The 10 x 25 model is also a roof type binocular with a BK-7 prism, a 10x magnification, lens diameter of 25 mm and weighs 7.5 oz (214 g). The 8 x 40 model is a porro type of binocular with a BK-7 prism, an 8x magnification, lens diameter of 40 mm and weighs 1.6 lbs (740 g). The 7 x 50 model is a porro type binocular with a BK-7 prism, a 7x magnification, lens diameter of 50 mm and weighs 1.6 lbs (740 g).

The 10 x 50 model is also a porro type binocular with a BK-7 prism, a 10x magnification feature, lens diameter of 50 mm and weighs 1.6 lbs (705 g). The 16 x 50 model is a porro type binocular with a BK-7 prism, a 16x magnification, lens diameter of 50 mm and weights 1.6 lbs (735 g). The last model which is a 8-24 x 50 porro type binocular has a BK-7 prism, 8-24x magnification, 5 mm lens diameter and weighs 1.8 lbs (810 g).

Bresser is constantly looking for ways to expand its existing product line. The company strives to produce affordable products that customers will love. Bresser has a wonderful assortment of binoculars that have top notch optics. Also, the binoculars are priced across many different price ranges. Whether it is bird watching or hiking on your mind, sightseeing or exploring nature, the Bresser binoculars, particularly the Hunter series would be an ideal choice.

 
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