Leupold BX 2 Alpine HD

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Leupold BX 2 Alpine HD Price History


Current Price £302.36 July 17, 2024
Highest Price £302.36 July 3, 2024
Lowest Price £302.36 July 3, 2024
Since July 3, 2024

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Leupold BX 2 Alpine HD Description

Peripheral Clarity & Field of View

Leupold BX-2 Alpine HD Binoculars 12x52mm feature the world-class optical performance, providing remarkable clarity and field of view. Its fully multicoated lenses and index-matched lenses reduce glare and offer exceptional sharpness and color accuracy from edge to edge. In addition, its high-contrast optics enable you to observe nature in its true beauty and magnificence. The superior quality instrument boasts of an eye relief of 15.2 mm, giving you an extra safe distance for viewing longer duration without any eye fatigue.

Premium Construction & Durability

Leupold BX-2 Alpine HD Binoculars 12x52mm brings premium quality and robustness when it comes to designing and manufacturing. Built with a lightweight aluminum body and rubber armor, these binoculars are strong enough to withstand rough handling and are perfect for any activity. Its nitrogen-filled and O-ring sealed body keeps the internal lenses free from the fog, moisture, and water droplets. Furthermore, its BAK 4 prisms and phase correction coatings offer superior light transmission for high-resolution images with outstanding image contrast in conditions that would normally require more light.

Easy Adjustment & Compact Design

Leupold BX-2 Alpine HD Binoculars 12x52mm are designed with ease and convenience in mind. It has a comfortable focus wheel that quickly adjusts focus while providing a sturdy locking mechanism and an oversized eye relief. These binoculars get their compact size from the foldable eyecups, allowing them to fit in tight pocket size and even in your pursee. With an outstanding close focus of 5.9 feet, these binoculars provide crystal clear views and improved accuracy.

Versatile Accessories

As an added bonus these binoculars come with a soft cloth case for extra protection and a conveniently designed neck strap which can be easily attached or detached for an optimum experience. Plus, they are compatible with the popular camera adaptor that allows you to capture still and video images directly from the binoculars.

5 to 10 Features

  • Multi-coated lenses and index-matched lenses reduce glare
  • BAK 4 prisms and phase correction coatings offer superior light transmission
  • Conveniently designed neck strap that can be easily attached or detached
  • Close Focusing design with 5.9 feet of closest focusing range
  • Compact size with adjustable and foldable eyecups
  • 15.2 mm of eye relief for improved viewing without eye fatigue
  • Robust aluminum body with rubber armor for better handling
  • Nitrogen filled/O-ring sealed for waterproof/fog proof
  • High-contrast optics with sharpness and color accuracy from edge to edge
  • Compatible camera adaptor for still and video imaging

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Leupold BX 2 Alpine HD Reviews (8)

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  1. Alex R

    Like it and will recommend

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  2. Patricia Foresman

    Smaller and lighter than anticipated, but very well made. Extremely clear optics and easy to use. Like the eye covers and using them with glasses on is no problem. Bonus front carrying case should have instructions on how to manage straps and the pocket system could be better engineered, but this has nothing to do with the binoculars themselves. Like the binoculars can be harnessed to your chest in or outside the pouch with hands free.

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  3. BJ Fischer

    Best binoculars I’ve purchased yet. Can’t go wrong with Leupold!!

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  4. Upstate New York

    These binoculars were high quality and the image was great. I returned them because they were too heavy for me and not the right pair for bird watching. I ended up ordering the Leupold BX-2 Alpine HD 10×48 which are perfect for me.

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  5. John&Jeanine

    My parents love them great for hunting

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  6. Ohio Buyer

    Very nice Glasses. Easy to use. Great magnification. They feel nice in my hands.

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  7. Ben Cobbing

    The overall feel of the Leopold HD 12×52 binoculars is good, and I am happy with the product. But there are a few points worth mentioning.

    Firstly, the lens caps are “attached” to the body with two thin rubber bands. This is not ideal, as the two lens tubes cannot fully close together when the lens cap rubber bands are around the lens tubes – the rubber bands hit up against each other. This makes really only 2-3 mm or two difference, but I have a narrow face and with the 52mm diameter, I need the lens tubes as close together as possible to see a single image. I have bought and used various binoculars (Nikon, Bushnell, Leupold) and in most cases the lens cap attachment is a minor problem. Why not have a simple hinge.

    Secondly, the eye piece covers are also “unattached”, so I have had to cable tie them to the neck strap. There are eye cover attachment loops on the body of each lens, but nothing is provided to attach the eye caps to the binocular body. I suspect that I am meant to attach the eye piece covers to the Leopold carrying pouch that sits on my chest. Problem is, I don’t want to always use the pouch.

    Thirdly, the pair I bought does not come with a separate neck strap. Leopold’s idea is to have this pair attach to the carrying pouch that would sit on my chest. So I am using a Canon neck strap for now. So the eye piece covers and lens covers are attached with cable ties to the Canon neck strap. This works – but I can’t imagine Leupold would be happy with this sort of marketing.

    So, if you have a narrow face like mine, with a wider lens diameter 52mm or wider, make sure that the two lens bodies can “close up enough” to allow you to see a single image. When the two lens are completely together, I can just make out a feint black shadow – which is not ideal. I understand this is my (face’s) fault – but if you have a narrow face, check this out.

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  8. mcdoodle

    I love these I think the image quality is excellent. Price is not for the week of heart about $300.00 for the 12x52mm. There might be comparable Binoculars out there, but I am good to go with these. I picked Leupold because I have had good experience with their scopes (my first expensive deer rifle 55 years ago had a 3×9 Leupold scope on it, and that was powerful back then). Now for the Nitpicking I don’t know big a head some of these people have out there but, I have to fold these in almost all the way to get a single view with both eyes (I know there is some kind of fancy technical term for that, but I don’t know it). My poor little wife is kind of Pettit (her head, hands and feet we don’t talk about the rest of her) and she can’t bring them close enough for her pupilar distance to make it one circle of viewing. I would think just a little more hump in the hinge in the middle would give it a few more millimeters on the PD for smaller faces.

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