Tasco Binoculars - 2010 Release

More Than Half a Century of Quality

For more than 50 years, Tasco has made it their business to design and manufacture quality optics at affordable prices. Bushnell Corp. bought Tasco in 2002 but production continues under the familiar and trusted Tasco name - a name that is a favorite with sportspeople, hunters, and families who want quality binoculars at good prices.  Tasco scopes continue to be popular with hunters of all sorts.

Tasco binoculars are produced according to rigid specifications to ensure good quality and a lifetime of satisfaction. Whether it is bird watching, spotting wildlife in the mountains, sporting events or hunting, Tasco has a binocular that will suit your needs. Able to present crisp, clear images regardless whether the lighting is low or very bright or whether the weather is good for viewing or not, Tasco high-performance binoculars get the job done.

Waterproof, Rugged, and Easy to Handle

There are several model series of binoculars made for various uses. The Sierra series can take on anything Mother Nature throws at you. They keep the weather out as they deliver a bright, crisp view with 100% waterproof construction and premium multi-coated optics. Rough handling is no problem for the rubber armor that protects the body of these great binoculars. The Sierra series comes in several models, including two compact models, and two full-size models, with magnification up to 12X50mm to get that extended range.

Watching wildlife, whether for hunting or spotting, the Essentials series provides weather resistant models that are tough. The beauty is that they are also very affordable. The Essentials series has the widest variety of variable and fixed magnifications, with three of the models in this series offering 8-24X25mm, 8-20X50mm, and 10-30X50mm. If boating is your thing, try the Offshore models that are not only waterproof, but also have coated lenses to reduce glare. The Offshore models sport 7X magnification. Tasco objective lens sizes in binoculars range from 21mm to 50mm with the Essentials and Sierra lines offering 50mm objective lenses.

Tasco's New Release for 2010 - the Off Trail

Earlier this year, Tasco introduced the new 8X32 Off Trail Binoculars, the perfect binoculars for wildlife observation and just checking out the view when you're hiking or backpacking. They're very lightweight and fit easily into a backpack. The body design is not only functional, featuring an open bridge, but it looks fabulous as well. The Off Train binoculars are 100% waterproof, hermetically sealed and nitrogen charged to keep the lenses dry in the worse rains. The lenses are multi-coated to provide clarity and excellent light transmission - and they cost a mere $49.00.

No matter what the purpose, Tasco binoculars have a model that will fit your needs.