The Bushnell® Engage™ – its best-in-class optic, with new industry leading features. The entire line is backed with the all-weather assurance of Bushnell’s exclusive EXO Barrier lens coating – it repels water, debris, oil and fog.
The fully multi-coated optics offer maximum brightness and clarity, and they’re housed in a lightweight and rugged magnesium chassis. ED Prime Glass and a locking eyepiece diopter ensure razor sharp images every time.
ED Prime GlassED Prime Extra-Low Dispersion fluorite glass delivers amazing color resolution and contrast, and virtually eliminates chromatic aberration and color-fringing to bring out the most distinct details possible in low-light conditions. Allowing you to see clearer and brighter.
EXO BarrierEXO Barrier, quite simply, is the best protective lens coating technology Bushnell® has ever developed. Added at the end of the coating process, EXO Barrier molecularly bonds to the lens and fills the microscopic pores in the glass. The result is an ultra-slick coating that repels water, oil, fog, dust and debris - rain, snow, fingerprints and dirt will not stick. EXO Barrier is built to last: the bonded coating will not fade with the passage of time or normal wear and tear.
PC-3® Phase CoatingOur exclusive PC3 Phase Coating is applied to the prisms to bring each image into sync after it has been halved and rejoined after being split by a roof prism optical system. It enhances resolution and contrast for the brightest and clearest images possible.
Waterproof ConstructionThis optic is O-ring sealed and nitrogen purged for total waterproof and fogproof protection. This allows it to withstand complete immersion in water and stay dry inside. The interior optical surfaces won't fog due to rapid temperature change or humidity.
Fully-Multi Coated OpticsAll air-to-glass surfaces feature multiple layers of anti-reflective coating. Fully multi-coated optical systems deliver the brightest, highest-contrast images with the least amount of eye strain because only a very small percentage of light is lost before it reaches the viewer's eye.