Brunton 10x25 Epoch Compact Binocular

Brunton 10x25 Epoch Compact Binocular

Brunton 10x25 Epoch Compact Binocular

B&H # BR10X25EC MFR # F-XNC10
Brunton 10x25 Epoch Compact Binocular

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Product Highlights

  • Variable Speed Focus System
  • Phase-Corrected SF Roof Prisms
  • Fully Multicoated Optics
  • Wide-Angle Viewing
  • Close Focus to 6 ft
  • Dual-Hinge Bridge Configuration
  • Lightweight Magnesium Housing
  • Textured Center Focus Wheel
  • Waterproof/Fogproof/Shockproof
  • Locking Click-Stop Eyecups
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Brunton F-XNC10 overview

  • 1Description

The 10x25 Epoch Compact Binocular from Brunton is a lightweight yet durable pocket-size binocular for almost any application. Fully multicoated optics and phase-corrected roof prisms transmit bright images that are as rich in detail as they are in contrast. This model of the Epoch series is configured with 10x magnification, ideal for mid-range applications like spotting at the range and at the ballpark. An impressive 6 ft minimum focusing distance also allows you to see close objects in great detail, making the Epoch binocular a great optic for bird watching. A wide viewing angle, rubber-armored magnesium housing, and weatherproof construction make the Epoch a full-featured binocular ready for years of adventures. Brunton Outdoor Group has been designing and manufacturing outdoor sporting equipment since 1894; whether you are a bird watcher, hunter, or hiker, Brunton has been making gear for nature enthusiasts like you for over a century.

Variable Speed Focus System
Focus from six feet to infinity with a single turn of the focus wheel. When observing a butterfly or on-field action, the fast focus system is useful for always keeping the subject clear. Textured rubber grip pads on the focus wheel provide tactile feedback and enhanced focus control.
Compact and Lightweight Design
Brunton engineers created a multi-purpose binocular that is extremely convenient without compromising image quality. Slip the Epoch into your daypack, carry-on bag, or cargo pocket; the Epoch's dual-hinge design is ideal for nature enthusiasts, concert-goers, and sightseers.
Phase-Corrected Roof Prisms
Phase-aligning and highly reflective AL-HR coatings enable the SF glass prisms to evenly transmit color across the visible spectrum. The resulting images pop with detail and lifelike saturation. Phase-correcting coatings also enhance image clarity and eliminate the distracting color fringing common in lower quality optics.
Fully Multicoated Optics
Brunton's proprietary Flat-Light multilayer lens coatings minimize reflections within the optical channels and maximize contrast of transmitted images.
Waterproof/Fogproof Construction
Nitrogen purged and o-ring sealed housing protects the optics from fogging in harsh weather. Even in driving rain and suffocating humidity, the rugged construction ensures that the Epoch binocular will continue to display bright and clear images.
Locking Click-Stop Eyecups
Twist-up rubber eyecups lock in place and allow observers to optimize the eye relief and field of view.
Rubber Armored Housing
The lightweight magnesium housing is wrapped in a durable rubber armor that absorbs shock and provides an enhanced tactile experience. The body is designed for all-terrain activity. Whether you are in the wild, on the water, or at the range, you can be confident that your grip is slip-resistant and comfortable.

Brunton F-XNC10 specs

Prism Type Roof
Magnification 10.0x
Objective Lens Diameter 25mm
Angle of View (actual)
Field-of-View 314' @ 1000 yd / 104.25 m @ 1000 m
Minimum Focus Distance 6' / 1.83 m
Exit Pupil Diameter 2.5  mm
Eye Relief 15  mm
Interpupillary Adjustment Not specified by manufacturer
Dioptric Correction Not specified by manufacturer
Focus Type Center
Tripod Mount None
Dimensions 4.3 x 4 x 1.5" / 10.92 x 10.16 x 3.81  cm
Weight 13.5 oz / 382.7 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight 1.9 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.4 x 7.6 x 4.2"

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