Delta Forest Binocular Review 2020 - 2021

Written by 

Steven

Updated on: 

October 6, 2021

Delta Forest II

The Delta Optical brand has been around for nearly 15 years and still provides top quality optical products in a variety of industries for their users. They are well-known among the professional services such as the police, forest rangers, and the Polish mountain rescue team – which just goes to show how professional and high quality the products are that they produce. If you are looking for a simple set of binoculars that has all the basics and is able to provide you with clear observations of everything around you, then the Delta Forest II 10x50 (CHECK PRICE!) could be the set of binoculars to suit your needs.

Delta Forest Review 2016The Delta Forest II range was launched in 2011 and has come on leaps and bounds since then thanks to its tough durable products and all the basic features they are able to provide. A lot of people have had great success in using the Forest II range because they are simple and long-lasting. The 5 year warranty that comes with the binoculars is just another reason to add them to your inventory and seeing as they are one of the most cheapest set of binoculars around you won’t go far wrong with this set. Here are a few of the many features these binoculars provide:

  • Great warranty – A 5 year warranty provided by Delta will ensure your binoculars will always be covered should they not retain the sufficient quality expected by its users. You will be provided with a repair service or a replacement should they not be able to repair them back to a good standing.
  • High quality design – A robust design that is heavy and durable which is great for all those rough terrain escapades.
  • Best magnification and field of view – With a 10x magnification and 50mm lenses makes this a great compromise in terms of field of view. You will still get great magnification of any object or wildlife and it will still provide you with 98 metres of field of view within a 1000 metre range.
  • Waterproof – This set of binoculars by Delta are hydrogen filled which makes them perfect for use in wet weather conditions.
  • Heavy duty design – These binoculars aren’t specifically built for those long hikes as they are pretty heavy and weigh up to 870 grams, but with the weight comes durability and robustness so these are perfect for any rough terrain observations one might want to undertake.
  • BAK-4 Prisms – The BAK-4 Prisms that contain fully multi-coated lenses means users get clearer view of the objects around them.
  • Permanent lens protectors – At the front of the binoculars you will be able to put on the lens protectors that just flip up. They are permanently attached so you will never lose them and simply flipping them up will protect your lenses from any potential damage during hikes. They do fall down quite low when not in use so they will never get in the way of the lenses.

The Delta Forest II Binoculars are of very good quality and are very robust. These are only a basic set of binoculars but with all the features it possesses you will have a very good experience – you will be outdoors all the time taking advantage of their quality optics. The 5 year warranty Delta provides with this purchase is worth the money alone so you can be sure you are getting a set of binoculars that are going to last with very little risk to your investment. These binoculars are very affordable and there aren’t many binoculars out there that can provide all of the above features in the same price range as the Delta Forest II 10x50.

Summary

Features: Waterproof – Heavy duty – 5 year warranty

Pricing: Mid-Range

Delta Forest II - Binoculars, green colour, 12 x 50
  • Waterproof
  • Bak4 lenses, field of vision 5.4o, minimum focal distance 4m, diopter adjustment +/- 4
  • Flip up protective rubber lids

 

 

 

 

Born and raised in the south coast of UK, a small town close to Cornwall, I have adventure in my blood. Ever since a young age, I have always been into the great outdoors and particularly love watching the natural wildlife. Birdwatching is what I enjoy the most, and thus my natural interest in binoculars began. I founded and run Best-Binoculars.UK a site where I talk about various aspects of and review binoculars. Hope you enjoy my ramblings :)

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