Bushnell binoculars deals: The best prices on the market

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Bushnell binoculars deals are always worth checking out and since we keep this page updated year-round, it's always worth checking back as when new Bushnell binoculars deals become available, we add them below. 

In the world of optics, Bushnell is a widely known and trusted name and are even responsible for some top binoculars deals. If it's binoculars content you're looking for then our guides for the best binoculars and the best binoculars for kids are also worth checking out.

One of the best Bushnell binoculars deals out there at the minute is 45% off the H20 10x42 pair (opens in new tab) and the good news is, there's more great deals to be had. Binoculars are often a cost-effective alternative to the best telescopes on the market, even if you do find one of the top telescope deals. Where deals aren't available, we've included our favorite models below with their lowest available price. 

Naturally, it's not just Bushnell binoculars deals you can get over the holidays, so we've also got brand-specific guides for Nikon, Leica, Votrex and Zeiss binoculars deals. But, Bushnell binoculars deals are available and if that's what you're looking for, then continue on below. 

Top Bushnell binoculars deals right now

Bushnell H20 10x42 $130.95 (opens in new tab)

Bushnell H20 10x42 $130.95 $72.63 (opens in new tab)
You can save 45% with this Amazon deal on the compact H20 model. The 8x42 construction means that these binoculars have a wide field of view, so they're perfect for taking on the road to spot meteor showers.

Now $92.22 (opens in new tab)

Bushnell H2O Roof Prism: $137.95 Now $92.22 (opens in new tab)
Save 33%
on these binoculars that come with a fog proof features to make this lightweight pair of binos ideal for colder nights. The model boasts multi-coated optics and BaK 4 Prisms, too, so it's great quality for this price point.

Was $289.99 (opens in new tab)

Bushnell 10x50 Engage EDX: Was $289.99 Now $249.99 at Focus Camera  (opens in new tab)

Save $40 on these binoculars that offer you 10 times magnification as well as a lightweight but rugged design. It comes with an EXO barrier and is exceptional in low-light conditions. 

Trophy Xtreme binoculars deals

Bushnell's Trophy Xtreme 8x56

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Our favorites: Trophy Xtreme 8x56 (opens in new tab)

Price: $199.99 | Objective: 56mm | Magnification: 8x | Field of view: 5.71° | Length: 10in/ 254mm | Weight: 38oz/ 1079g.

The Bushnell Trophy Xtreme 8x56 binoculars are a solid choice for any stargazer out there. They offer a moderate angle of view and large objectives to gather as much light as possible. They can also be mounted to a tripod for a more comfortable viewing experience, to help with the weight of the binoculars. 

Optics are multicoated throughout, the roof prism is a Bak-4 design, and nitrogen purging means they won’t fog up. The rest of the Trophy range includes 10x50, 10x42 and 8x32 pairs, but none are as well adapted to low light as these 8x56 binoculars with their enormous 7mm exit pupil.

The rugged rubber exterior coating adds to the protection of the binoculars but also the grip, so they're comfortable and easy to hold. The Trophy Xtreme binoculars are also IP7 Waterproof, meaning that rain showers aren't a problem.

Engage binoculars deals

Bushnell's Engage 10X50

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Our favorites: Engage 10X50 (opens in new tab)

Price: $374.99 | Objective: 50mm | Magnification: 10x | Field of view: 6.45° | Length: 6.5in/ 165mm | Weight: 29.2oz/ 828g.

A great all-round pair with the large objectives stargazers look for, Bushnell’s Engage binoculars feature a phase-coated roof prism design with fully multicoated optics, some extra-low dispersion glass, and water, oil and fog-repellent coatings on the outer lenses to prevent any build-up that might spoil the view.

A magnesium body with a rugged rubber coating sheds some weight, but glass will always be heavy, and at just under a kilogram night-time users might want to take advantage of the tripod-mounting socket for extra support. 

You get great value for money with these binoculars as some of the features and specs that are included are some that you would expect on far more expensive models. On top of that, you can also get these in 8x42, 10x42 and 12x50.

PowerView 2 binoculars deals

Bushnell PowerView 2 10x50

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Our favorites:  PowerView 2 10x50 (opens in new tab)  (opens in new tab)

Price: $59.99 | Objective: 50mm | Magnification: 10x | Length: 6.7in/ 170mm | Weight: 27.8oz/ 790g.

Available as 10x50, 10x25, 10x42, 12x50, 16x32 and a mighty 20x50, the PowerView 2 range is the low-budget option from Bushnell. Yes, the magnification and apertures on these models are fairly impressive, but you won't find any of Bushnell's specialities like extra-low dispersion glass, phase-coated prisms or waterproofing features.

If you're in the market for a pair of budget binoculars that will still do the job, this could be the pair for you. Normally priced around the $60/$70 mark, they're great for carrying around on the go and if you're trying to get a budding stargazer into astronomy, these could be ideal. 

At least they're not too heavy, so you shouldn't need to buy a tripod with these. They'd make a good gift for a young stargazer, who's just becoming interested in the night-sky. If this is the case, you may also want to take a look at our round-up of the best binoculars for kids and best telescopes for kids, which contain plenty of further suggestions.

Legacy WP binoculars deals

Bushnell's Legacy WP 10X50

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Our favorites: Legacy WP 10X50 (opens in new tab)

Price: $104.99 | Objective: 50mm | Magnification: 10x | Field of view: 6.5° | Length: not given | Weight: 30.5lbs/865g.

Absolutely excellent for the price, you get waterproof construction and multiple layers of anti-reflective coatings for a bright and high-contrast view of the Moon or Orion’s belt. 

The Legacy range of binoculars comprises just two pairs, the plain old 10x50s and a very interesting, and unusual, pair of zoom binoculars, which retain 10x50 as their starting point but zoom in to 22x50. This latter focal ratio may be too dim for serious astro use, and certainly won’t be the easiest to hold steady (luckily there's a tripod mount) but makes them superbly versatile as a general-purpose pair, wildlife spotting during the day and stargazing at night.

Otherwise, the Legacy binoculars are built to Bushnell’s usual high standards, with a porro prism design and Bak-4 glass. There's decent eye-relief, too, at 18mm, which will attract spectacle-wearers.

H20 binoculars deals

Bushnell's H20 7X50

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Our favorites: H20 7X50 (opens in new tab)

Price: $99.99 | Objective: 50mm | Magnification: 7x | Field of view: 5.9° | Length: 6.6 in/ 167mm | Weight: 37.5oz/ 1063g.

These could be ideal if you're a stargazer looking for something with a wider field of view. The 50mm objectives are superb for gathering light, helping in lower light conditions and looking at the night sky. 

Made from aluminum and an unusual blue color, these porro-prism binoculars are from the less-premium end of Bushnell’s range, so despite being waterproof they boast Bak-4 prisms and not much else. 

That’s not to say they’re not impeccably well made, as is the Bushnell’s way. The optics are nitrogen-purged to prevent fogging, and glasses-wearers will be pleased to note the absolutely enormous 27mm of eye-relief. What you don’t get are fancy lens coatings or ED glass, which is a shame but understandable, given the price point. 

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Ian Evenden
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