Kowa BDII XD 8x32 Prominar

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4.9 inches
4.6 inches
Field of View @ 1000 yards:
464 feet
Close Focus:
4.25 feet

Product Overview

Kowa BDII XD 8x32 Prominar

Kowa's BD II XD series combine XD lenses and phase and C3 coatings on the Schmidt-Pechan prism systems to provide very high light transmission with minimal chromatic aberration.  The 8x32 BD II XD offers an amazing 462’ field of view.  Twist-up eyecups and 16.5 mm of eye relief will be appreciated by eyeglass wearers.  If you need a close focusing binocular, these come to just 4.25’.  Securely housed in a rubber-armored, durable magnesium alloy body that’s waterproof and fog proof, and weighing just 18.5 ounces, this series brings a new level Kowa quality to this price point.   

Key Features:

Prism System Schmidt-Pechan Roof Prism
Color Green
Manification 8x
Objective Size 32 mm
Image Stabilization No
Weight 18.5 oz
Height 4.9 in
Width 4.6 in
Field of View @1000 yards 464 ft
Close Focus 4.25 ft
Exit Pupil 4 mm
Eye Relief 16.5 mm
Interpupillary Distance N/A
Diopter Range N/A
Operating Temperature N/A
Fog Proof Yes, Nitrogen Filled
Waterproof Yes
Coatings Fully Multi-Coated 
Optics Extra-Low Dispersion (ED) Glass
Materials Rubber Coated Frame, Thixomolded Magnesium Alloy Housing
Country of Origin China
Warranty Limited Lifetime Warranty - Not Transferable


Included Accessories:   

  • Objective Lens & Eyepiece Covers    
  • Neck Strap    
  • Soft Carry Case    
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty 

Perfect For:   

  • Birding      
  • Nature & Wildlife Observation      
  • General Use      
  • Sports & Events      
  • Travel      

Warranty Information

Limited Lifetime Warranty - Not Transferable


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  • 5
    Amazing for the price

    Posted by matthew wilson on Apr 20th 2021

    This gets five stars for the bright color, sharp image, WIDE view, ergonomics design, and smooth focus. It is not quite on par in the edge-to-edge perfection of a $1000 binocular like the Kowa Genesis, but the bright image is noticeably better than you'd expect for a $400 model.