These Legendary Bushnell Binoculars Are Over $100 Off Today

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You surely already know about Bushnell, and their L-Series of binoculars are “quite simply the most feature-filled binoculars at any price.” But what makes them such? There’s the all-weather assurance of the RainGuard HD coating. There’s the lightweight magnesium chassis and multi-coated optics. Plus, there’s “industry-leading features such as ED Prime glass and a locking eyepiece diopter.”

Today only, a pair of Bushnell L-Series binoculars are over 60 percent off, saving you over $100. In this Black Friday Deals Week deal, two other Bushnell binoculars are on sale as well (one of them is the L-Series in a camo color), not to mention a trophy cam:

Normally $280, these binocular are 70 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $280, these binocular are over 60 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Bushnell Legend L-Series 10x42mm Binoculars on sale for $106.49

Normally $180, these binoculars are 41 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $180, these binoculars are 41 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Bushnell Legend L-Series 10x42mm Binoculars on sale for $106.49

Normally $65, these binoculars are 45 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $65, these binoculars are 45 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Bushnell PowerView 20×50 Super High-Powered Surveillance Binoculars on sale for $35.49

Normally $95. this trophy cam is 41 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $95. this trophy cam is 41 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Essential E2 12MP Trail Camera, Tan on sale for $55.49

The new generation of legendary (Photo via Amazon)

The new generation of legendary (Photo via Amazon)

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