Bushnell 10x42 Legend Ultra HD Monocular (Black)

BH #BU10X42LUHMB • MFR #191142
Bushnell 10x42 Legend Ultra HD Monocular (Black)
Key Features
  • ED Prime Glass
  • Ultra-Wide Band Coating
  • RainGuard HD
  • Wide 65° Apparent Angle of View
Employing many of the optical components found in premium spotting scopes, the 10x42 Legend Ultra HD Monocular (Black) from Bushnell delivers bright, sharp imagery in a compact, waterproof design. The ED Prime extra low-dispersion glass, fully multi-coated optics, and BAK4 prisms capture the visual moment with vivid clarity and contrast, even in low-light conditions. Patented Rainguard HD, a permanent, water-repellent coating, causes moisture from rain, snow, sleet, or condensation to bead up, scattering less light and delivering a clear, bright view. The magnesium housing is O-ring sealed and purged with bone-dry nitrogen to ensure waterproof, fogproof performance. The built-in Picatinny rail accepts a variety of lights and tactical sights.
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Where is it made

Where is it made
Asked by: Michael
This scope is made in China.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-06-17

Can you mount it on a tripod?

Can you mount it on a tripod?
Asked by: George
Yes it has a standard 1/4-20 mount for a tripod.
Answered by: Dan W
Date published: 2022-05-29


This item has been out of stock for months everywhere. Are there any comparable brands / models you could recommend? Thank you.
Asked by: Jonathan
Yes unfortunately that is correct. Our System is showing an ETA of 10/01/16 on this item. The Barska 10x42 Level Waterproof Monocular would be somewhat comparable. The Bushnell I think is slightly better quality though. Website link: http://bhpho.to/2bSiIZR
Answered by: Alex S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

can you star gaze with these?

can you star gaze with these?
Asked by: Dora
Yes of course you can stargaze. I am able to see the 4 moons of Jupiter distinctly when handholding the monocular. I was not able to see the rings of Saturn. You should also be able to see the Orion Nebula.
Answered by: Mark
Date published: 2023-06-19


Lens caps? The older model had an eyepiece lens cap on a string and an objective cap on a hinge. What does the current model have for caps, if any?
Asked by: Richard
The setup on the lens cap on the newer model is the same with the hinge cap on the object lens and the removable cap on the eyepiece lens (with string).
Answered by: Rick S.
Date published: 2023-06-19


is this used for night vision?
Asked by: Anonymous
Sorry about the delay in answering. I am just back from travelling the antarctic which is why I bought this. It has excellent optics but not recommended for night vision even though I have used in twilight conditions.
Answered by: Murray M.
Date published: 2023-06-19
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