ZEISS Terra ED 10x32 Grey Binoculars 523204-9907-000

ZEISS Terra ED 10x32 Grey Binoculars (523204-9907-000)

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  • ZEISS Terra ED 10x32 Grey Binoculars (523204-9907-000)
  • ZEISS Terra ED 10x32 Grey Binoculars (523204-9907-000)
  • ZEISS Terra ED 10x32 Grey Binoculars (523204-9907-000)

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  • SCHOTT extra low-dispersion glass
  • Schmidt-Pechan roof prism design
  • Zeiss hydrophobic multi-coated optics
  • Closed bridge configuration
  • Reinforced polycarbonate housing
  • Large center focusing wheel
  • Nitrogen-filled, fogproof and waterproof
  • Twist-up rubber eyecups
  • Grey Finish

One-of-a-kind moments await us when hunting. Our goal is to make these moments visible. The ZEISS TERRA ED 10x32 guarantees impressive images – including the smallest details, thanks to its 10x magnification. With its compact size and weighing just 510 g, it's a comfortable fit for your hand. More magnification requires a steady hand. The 10x32 is designed for special purposes and short observation times from long distances.

The TERRA ED 10x32 is suitable for: Birdwatching, Nature observation, Travelling and Outdoor activities

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Warranty Information

Magnification 10x
Effective Lens Diameter, mm 32
Exit Pupil Diameter, mm 3.2
Twilight Factor 17.9
Field of View (FOV) @ 100yds, ft 336
Subjective Viewing Angle, deg 61°
Close Focus, ft 5.25
Diopter Adjustment Range +3 | -3 dpt
Pupil Distance, mm 56-74
Eye Relief, mm 16.5
PrismSystem Schmidt-Pechan
Water Resistance 100 mbar
LotuTec No
Nitrogen Filling Yes
Functional Temperature, °F 5 / +140 °F
Length, in 4.9"
Width (At an Eye Width of 65 mm), in 4.6"
Weight, oz 18
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Hunting, Shooting
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1 Review

  • 5
    ZEISS Terra ED 10x32 Grey Binoculars (523204-9907-000)

    Posted by Trusted customer on Feb 8th 2018

    I confess that I bought these binoculars on a bit of a whim and mostly out of curiosity, wondering, "How might a Zeiss product made in China perform?" I guided hunters in Alaska and the Southwest, where quality optics are absolutely essential to comfort and sanity when glassing for hours, and I've been accused of being a bit of an optics snob. I never go into the woods without good (not necessarily expensive) binoculars, even when bowhunting in heavy timber here in the Northeast. I have a bit of difficulty finding binoculars that provide the proper eye relief, don't have that "rolling ball" effect, are bright enough for early morning and late evening glassing and have sufficient depth of field that I'm not constantly refocusing. I've owned several pairs of Zeiss binoculars in the past and have always been impressed with them, so I decided to buy a pair of Terra ED 8x42s just to "try them out" and I was quite impressed. Finding the right placement for proper eye relief was easier than I could have believed. I didn't experience the "rolling ball" effect even once and I was very pleased with their depth of field and brightness. The "sweet spot" - that area of the field of view in which details are crisp and clear - is larger than I would have believed for a $350-400 pair of binoculars. As an illustration, very early one morning in our early bow season, when it was just light enough to begin to distinguish shadows, I heard something moving not far from my stand. I glassed the area quickly only to find a very respectable buck rubbing his antlers in some brush about 45 yards from my stand. I grunted at him softly, he raised his head, looked in my direction and could easily see that he was a "shooter". When I lowered my binoculars, I could only barely make out the outline of his body in the brush. Needless to say, I didn't take the shot and the buck moved on before it got light enough to shoot. To close, these binoculars perform very, very well and I'm surprised that they're not more expensive than they are. They are lightweight for a mid-sized binocular, comfortable and easy to use. The only recurring knock on these that I've heard or read is that the small, blue Zeiss logo on the body has a tendency to fall out. If you buy a pair and think that might be an issue, pull off the logo, put a small drop of super glue on the back and put it back in place; Voila, no problem!

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