Limited edition numbered series includes only 4,000 pieces, 1,000 of which were exported to European countries.
Levenhuk Heritage BASE 10x40 Binoculars are classic field binoculars with 10x magnification and a metal body. They feature lenses made of Russian BK10 glass coated with several layers of anti-reflective coating. Levenhuk Heritage BASE 10x40 Binoculars are perfect for observations in open terrain and allow for clearer and detailed views at a farther distance.
The “Made in Russia” Optics
These binoculars are made at a famous Russian Kazan Optical-Mechanical Plant for Levenhuk, Inc. (USA). This plant has been supplying optical equipment for the Russian Army for over 70 years since 1940. There are no compromises: each lens undergoes strict control and many technological tests. Due to high quality standards, the Russian optical glass is highly recognized by the military and hunters worldwide.
The optics in the binoculars are protected by a durable and reliable body made of aluminum alloy that withstands accidental hits, shaking, and vibrations. The joints are sealed with a special substance to prevent the optical tool from dust and moisture. Severe frost, heavy rain, and dust storms, do not affect these binoculars as they withstand any difficulties.
These binoculars feature rubber eyecups, a diopter adjustment ring on the right eyepiece, and a focusing wheel in the central part of the tool. The optical and mechanical elements perform great at extremely low or high temperatures.
Made in Russia for Levenhuk, Inc. (USA)
The lenses are made of Russian BK10 multi-coated optical glass
Body made of aluminum alloy
Wide field of view
Wide operating temperature range
The kit includes:
Eyepiece protective caps
Protective pouch made of artificial leather
User manual and lifetime warranty
Levenhuk Heritage BASE is a series of classic field binoculars designed by Levenhuk in cooperation with the Kazan Optical-Mechanical Plant. The Kazan Optical-Mechanical Plant provides optical observation instruments for the Russian Army, e.g. for the armored fighting vehicles and Ratnik Army Combat Uniform. This is also called Future Soldier's Combat Gear.