Observe nature in eye-popping detail with the high-performance BRESSER Pirsch ED 10 x 34 binoculars, a premium choice for enjoying nature at any time of the year.
These binoculars are equipped with high-performance ED glass, which makes the colours even more radiant and the picture more colourful. Colour fringes are prevented by the special high-performance ED glass. These binoculars include built in Barium-Kron glass for amazing viewing clarity, and a dielectric lens coating that produces a super-bright image and prevents flare, ghosting, dust and dirt from obscuring its objective lenses. If that’s not enough, all BRESSER Pirsch models are purged with high-quality Argos gas to ensure that neither fogging nor water entry ever ruins your view.
The BRESSER Pirsch ED 10 x 34 binoculars feature two-step twist-up eye cups that make adjusting for full-field viewing with glasses or sunglasses a breeze.
An easy-to-grip rubber-armoured body and sturdy and comfortable carrying strap are also included, so you'll be ready to glimpse nature’s most evasive creatures at even the slightest notice.
And when even the steadiest pair of hands just won’t do, the BRESSER Pirsch ED 10 x 34 binoculars feature a tripod adapter thread, which allows you to connect it to any standard tripod for super-stable viewing.
With products developed in Germany to the highest possible standard for over 60 years, BRESSER is a worldwide innovator in binoculars and a variety of other optics.
- Compact and versatile binoculars
- High performance ED-glass
- High quality phase coating for bright and more high-contrast images
- Waterproof and ARGON purged to prevent fogging
- Rubberized housing
- Ideal for spectacle wearers
- Nylon case with shoulder strap and harness for more comfort on long trips
- Broad, padded carrying strap
- Protective objective lens caps
- Protective eyepiece caps
- Large lens cloth
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|Objective diameter||34 mm|
|Type of coating||Phase coating|
|Colour of coating||green|
|Eyepieces for eyeglass wearers||✓|
|Field of view at 1000m||107 m|
|Field of view||6.11 degrees|
|Near focus from||3.5 m|
|GENERAL TECHNICAL DATA|
|Pressure waterproof up to||1 m|
|Bag/Pouch||nylon carrying case with carrying strap|
|Inert gas purged||✓|
|Tripod adapter thread||✓|
|Focusing system||Central focus wheel|
|Turns of focus drive over entire focal range||1.75|
|Interpupilar distance min.||56 mm|
|Interpupilar distance max.||76 mm|
|Eye relief||16.06 mm|
|Dust protection caps||for objective and eyepiece, individually removable|
|Product series||Pirsch ED|
|DIMENSIONS & WEIGHTS|
|Total length||129 mm|
|Total width||124 mm|
|Total height||43 mm|
|Net weight (without access.)||425 g|
I wasn't sure what to expect from Stealthbirding or the Bressler Pirsch Bressler 10x34ED binoculars. As it turned out both were great. The quality of service and speed of delivery from Stealthbirding was great. The binoculars looked good and nice to hold with a nice solid feel. Other reviews have noted the rather cheap and poor qulaity lens caps. The ivew through the binoculars is sharp and clear. Ideally the focus ring would require fewer turns to achieve focus but that is a minor gripe. Overall I am very impressed and am enjoying using these mid-size binoculars and they will be my travel companion for holidays that involve flying.
Binos - excellent, sharp bright image, light to carry, good neck strap.
Service - excellent.
I was a little worried by the lack of reviews on Trust Pilot, but binos arrived well packed and on time.
I'm a keen user of binoculars and recently decided to give the Bresser Pirsch ED 10x34 (and Stealth Birding!) a spin - and I am pleased to say that it worked out to be a very wise decision. These are a mid-size binocular which is very nice to handle because of the "open bridge" design - something I hadn't tried before but am now a fan of, as it cuts the weight and gives you lots of space to hold the barrels securely, or even just casually hook a finger around one of the bridges when carrying them. The Pirsch ED line is the top specification of this design (which is a popular one found under several brand names with differing levels of optical specification and cosmetic styling, and though all are good, these are the best and nicest by far in my opinion in all respects), having ED glass for reduction of colour fringing, phase correction for enhanced contrast, full multicoating (of course) for reduction of flare and internal reflections, and dielectric coating of the reflective prism surfaces for maximum brightness. They are waterproof and purged with argon gas to prevent internal fogging (nitrogen is more common - argon is said to be superior though the technical reasons are something I won't go into here!). The optical quality of these binoculars is very good, and they focus smoothly and easily, with no backlash or rough spots, and to a usefully close distance. The field of view is generous too and I have no trouble holding them steady. The finish is very stylish with its smooth but finely-textured dove-grey rubber armour (with matching click-stopped rotating eyecups) giving good eye relief. The focus knob and dioptric correction ring for the right eyepiece are anodised aluminium, which adds an extra feel of quality.
The matching grey padded case has a strong magnetic fastening and little side compartments on the outside; the soft rubber rainguard for the eyepieces is a good, easy fit as are the objective caps, which are retained by rings around the barrels to hang down when open; they fit easily over the ends of the barrels when closed, but can be completely removed if preferred. The strap is very good and as well as a microfibre cleaning cloth, a "Lens Pen" cleaner with a retractible brush is also included - a very unusual and welcome inclusion.
The Collins Complete Guide to British Birds, which I chose as my free gift, is an excellent book, fully illustrated with excellent-quality colour photographs and containing a vast amount of information in its 288 pages - it is glossy paperback of approximately A5 format of very high printing quality which is well worth its marked £16.99 price, and is obviously a super thing to receive free of charge with the binoculars!
James of Stealth Birding was very helpful on the phone whilst I made up my mind prior to ordering and gave his time generously. Next-day delivery by DPD was a mere £1.99 extra and went perfectly, so this was a great experience - I recommend Stealth Birding heartily, along with the Pirsch ED 10x34 binoculars (though everyone's taste in binoculars can differ and Stealth Birding has plenty of excellent models in their stock to choose from) and I recommend the Collins Complete Guide to British Birds too!
Great service from Stealth Birding. The binoculars are great to use with excellent clarity. High quality at a fantastic price, with the bonus of a free gift.
Fabulous binoculars - crystal clear! Would certainly use Stealth Birding again as product was just as described. Thank you!