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Kite Forster 8x32 Binoculars

Kite Forster 8x32 Binoculars

The Forster has been around for years and is Kite’s most popular instrument. It is the faithful workhorse of many ornithologists all over the world.

Considered the big brother of the Kite Petrel and Pallas, the Forsters belong to the new generation of nitrogen waterproof roof prism binoculars. The extremely bright images are derived from the latest technologies and are specially balanced out to deliver good all round colour saturation across a wide range of ambient light conditions. Some important features are the Kite 67 layer coatings on the prisms, the complex multi-element eyepiece design and the Aspheric lenses that reduce aberration. Another aspect that distinguishes the Forster from the Pallas and Petrel is its depth of field. DOF is sometimes a forgotten aspect, but should always be taken into account when choosing an optical instrument for birdwatching.

Specification

- Magnification 8
- Objective lens diameter (mm) 32
- Exit pupil (mm) 4
- Min. focus (m) 1.6
- Field of view (m) 131
- Eye relief (mm) 15.3
- Height (mm) 125
- Width (mm) 120
- Weight (g) 640
- Twilight factor 16



Price: 521.54 (Including VAT at 20%)



Kite Forster 10x32 Binoculars

Kite Forster 10x32 Binoculars

The Forster has been around for years and is Kite’s most popular instrument. It is the faithful workhorse of many ornithologists all over the world.

Considered the big brother of the Kite Petrel and Pallas, the Forsters belong to the new generation of nitrogen waterproof roof prism binoculars. The extremely bright images are derived from the latest technologies and are specially balanced out to deliver good all round colour saturation across a wide range of ambient light conditions. Some important features are the Kite 67 layer coatings on the prisms, the complex multi-element eyepiece design and the Aspheric lenses that reduce aberration. Another aspect that distinguishes the Forster from the Pallas and Petrel is its depth of field. DOF is sometimes a forgotten aspect, but should always be taken into account when choosing an optical instrument for birdwatching.

Specification

- Magnification 10
- Objective lens diameter (mm) 32
- Exit pupil (mm) 3.2
- Min. focus (m) 2
- Field of view (m) 114
- Eye relief (mm) 15.3
- Height (mm) 125
- Width (mm) 120
- Weight (g) 640
- Twilight factor 17.9



Price: 550.04 (Including VAT at 20%)



Kite Forster 7x42 Binoculars

Kite Forster 7x42 Binoculars

The Forster has been around for years and is Kite’s most popular instrument. It is the faithful workhorse of many ornithologists all over the world.

Considered the big brother of the Kite Petrel and Pallas, the Forsters belong to the new generation of nitrogen waterproof roof prism binoculars. The extremely bright images are derived from the latest technologies and are specially balanced out to deliver good all round colour saturation across a wide range of ambient light conditions. Some important features are the Kite 67 layer coatings on the prisms, the complex multi-element eyepiece design and the Aspheric lenses that reduce aberration. Another aspect that distinguishes the Forster from the Pallas and Petrel is its depth of field. DOF is sometimes a forgotten aspect, but should always be taken into account when choosing an optical instrument for birdwatching.

Specification

- Magnification 7
- Objective lens diameter (mm) 42
- Exit pupil (mm) 6
- Min. focus (m) 1.6
- Field of view (m) 122
- Eye relief (mm) 19
- Height (mm) 150
- Width (mm) 120
- Weight (g) 710
- Twilight factor 17.1



Price: 559.55 (Including VAT at 20%)



Kite Foster 8x42 Binoculars

Kite Foster 8x42 Binoculars

The Forster has been around for years and is Kite’s most popular instrument. It is the faithful workhorse of many ornithologists all over the world.

Considered the big brother of the Kite Petrel and Pallas, the Forsters belong to the new generation of nitrogen waterproof roof prism binoculars. The extremely bright images are derived from the latest technologies and are specially balanced out to deliver good all round colour saturation across a wide range of ambient light conditions. Some important features are the Kite 67 layer coatings on the prisms, the complex multi-element eyepiece design and the Aspheric lenses that reduce aberration. Another aspect that distinguishes the Forster from the Pallas and Petrel is its depth of field. DOF is sometimes a forgotten aspect, but should always be taken into account when choosing an optical instrument for birdwatching.

Specification

- Magnification 8
- Objective lens diameter (mm) 42
- Exit pupil (mm) 5.25
- Min. focus (m) 1.6
- Field of view (m) 114
- Eye relief (mm) 19.5
- Height (mm) 145
- Width (mm) 120
- Weight (g) 710
- Twilight factor 18.3



Price: 569.05 (Including VAT at 20%)



Kite Foster 10x42 Binoculars

Kite Foster 10x42 Binoculars

The Forster has been around for years and is Kite’s most popular instrument. It is the faithful workhorse of many ornithologists all over the world.

Considered the big brother of the Kite Petrel and Pallas, the Forsters belong to the new generation of nitrogen waterproof roof prism binoculars. The extremely bright images are derived from the latest technologies and are specially balanced out to deliver good all round colour saturation across a wide range of ambient light conditions. Some important features are the Kite 67 layer coatings on the prisms, the complex multi-element eyepiece design and the Aspheric lenses that reduce aberration. Another aspect that distinguishes the Forster from the Pallas and Petrel is its depth of field. DOF is sometimes a forgotten aspect, but should always be taken into account when choosing an optical instrument for birdwatching.

Specification

- Magnification 10
- Objective lens diameter (mm) 42
- Exit pupil (mm) 4.2
- Min. focus (m) 2
- Field of view (m) 105
- Eye relief (mm) 15.3
- Height (mm) 145
- Width (mm) 120
- Weight (g) 710
- Twilight factor 20.5



Price: 588.05 (Including VAT at 20%)



Kite Forster 10x50 Binoculars

Kite Forster 10x50 Binoculars

The Forster has been around for years and is Kite’s most popular instrument. It is the faithful workhorse of many ornithologists all over the world.

Considered the big brother of the Kite Petrel and Pallas, the Forsters belong to the new generation of nitrogen waterproof roof prism binoculars. The extremely bright images are derived from the latest technologies and are specially balanced out to deliver good all round colour saturation across a wide range of ambient light conditions. Some important features are the Kite 67 layer coatings on the prisms, the complex multi-element eyepiece design and the Aspheric lenses that reduce aberration. Another aspect that distinguishes the Forster from the Pallas and Petrel is its depth of field. DOF is sometimes a forgotten aspect, but should always be taken into account when choosing an optical instrument for birdwatching.

Specification

- Magnification 10
- Objective lens diameter (mm) 50
- Exit pupil (mm) 5
- Min. focus (m) 3
- Field of view (m) 87
- Eye relief (mm) 19.5
- Height (mm) 170
- Width (mm) 130
- Weight (g) 820
- Twilight factor 22.4



Price: 597.55 (Including VAT at 20%)



Kite Forster 12x50 Binoculars

Kite Forster 12x50 Binoculars

The Forster has been around for years and is Kite’s most popular instrument. It is the faithful workhorse of many ornithologists all over the world.

Considered the big brother of the Kite Petrel and Pallas, the Forsters belong to the new generation of nitrogen waterproof roof prism binoculars. The extremely bright images are derived from the latest technologies and are specially balanced out to deliver good all round colour saturation across a wide range of ambient light conditions. Some important features are the Kite 67 layer coatings on the prisms, the complex multi-element eyepiece design and the Aspheric lenses that reduce aberration. Another aspect that distinguishes the Forster from the Pallas and Petrel is its depth of field. DOF is sometimes a forgotten aspect, but should always be taken into account when choosing an optical instrument for birdwatching.

Specification

- Magnification 12
- Objective lens diameter (mm) 50
- Exit pupil (mm) 4.1
- Min. focus (m) 3.5
- Field of view (m) 84
- Eye relief (mm) 15.5
- Height (mm) 170
- Width (mm) 130
- Weight (g) 820
- Twilight factor 24.5



Price: 616.55 (Including VAT at 20%)


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"After a phone call to you last Monday I placed an order on line that was subsequently delivered & received on Wednesday.  I just wanted to write & say thank you to you for a great service.  The item was well packaged & delivered to the time promised.."

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