The Zeiss Terra ED 8x25 Binoculars, at just 11 oz with an ergonomic, double hinge, foldable design, slip in and out of your pocket with ease. They feature amazing optical performance in a compact size, perfect for traveling. The 8x magnification through ED (Extra-low Dispersion) glass lenses and fully multi-coated Schmidt-Pechan prisms bring stunning clarity to your observations even up close with its 6.2ft close focus. The body is waterproof and fogproof to withstand any outdoor adventure while textured grips maintain steady handling.
Zeiss offers a Limited Lifetime Transferable Warranty
which protects you against defects in workmanship or materials for the life of the Product. If a defect that is covered by this Warranty is found, Carl Zeiss will, at its option and without charge, either repair your Product or replace it with a Carl Zeiss product of comparable specifications and value. Additionally Zeiss offers A No-Fault Policy
for CONQUEST HD, VICTORY SF, and VICTORY HT binoculars (for up to 5 years after purchase, and only valid if your product is registered within 60 days of purchase.)
For Service and Repair questions call 800-441-3005
Great Size for Traveling
After years of binocular frustration, I finally figured out that it was my narrow set eyes that are the problem. I called Optics4Birding and got a great help from the salesman in choosing these. While they aren't as powerful as a bigger pair, they solved the problem of my narrow inter-pupillary distance. They proved great for traveling and easy to have with me all the time. I am no expert, but they are very sharp and clear; once I got used to seeing with both eyes at last, I enjoyed them a lot. The first (and only, alas) bird I actually managed to view through the binoculars was hoopoe in Southern France! But I looked at a lot of other things, and I was grateful to have such a manageable pair of binoculars. My only complaint is that they are difficult to get in their hard case with the strap on them. I kept them in a little bag instead. I appreciated the help I got from Optics4Birding.