Optics Review

Leica Ultravid Compact 8×20 BCR

Are you looking for a brighter, sharper, more compact, more functional and robust binocular for your next trip?

Leica Ultravid BR 8×20 is the binocular you’re looking for.

One of the tiniest of the best pocket binoculars in the world is Leica’s ultra small, ultra light, ultra bright Compact Ultravid. The rubber-armored 8×20 BCR weighs in at just 9 ounces. It’s less than 4 inches long.

Leica Ultravid Compact Binocular 8×20 BCR is superbly sharp, and it is amazingly bright for such a tiny instrument. Compact and lightweight, the binocular delivers the views users have come to expect from the brand, with an easy to use and convenient to carry form factor. It offers adequate eye relief, which means that even a person wearing glasses can see the full field of view. It also works great for a person who does not wear glasses. Just pull out the eyecups to their extended position.

Leica 8x20 Ultravid BR Binocular (Black Rubber)

The diopter adjustment locks. It’s beautiful in and of itself. It’s a joy to use something so beautifully engineered. The whole binocular is put together with the famous Leica attention to detail. It folds up into a tiny, neat packet that will literally fit in almost any pocket.

Designed with a combination of phase-corrected BAK4 roof prisms, the proprietary HighLux system, and HDC fully multi-coated optics, Leica 8×20 BCR produces bright and clear color-neutral images, while fitting comfortably in the hand for long, fatigue-free glassing sessions.

The HDC coatings add abrasion resistance to protect the exterior lens surfaces, and the lenses are also treated with AquaDura coatings which make it easy to clean dirt, grime, oils, sap, and fingerprints without leaving residues that can interfere with views.

Light, compact, and easy to use while delivering bright and clear images, the Ultravid Leica Binoculars is made to be your constant companion on the trail, at the stadium, or sightseeing around the world. Order yours today!

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