+1 570 368 3920
Special Offer Buy this item now and we’ll pay the sales tax on it!* *Industry account users are excluded from this offer. May not be combined with other offers or promotions.

Vortex Diamondback HD 8x32 Binoculars DB-212

SKU DB-212-Vortex

Includes: Deluxe carry case, Deluxe carry case strap, Comfort neck strap, Tethered objective lens covers, Rainguard Eyepiece Cover, and Lens Cloth

Special Offer Buy this item now and we’ll pay the sales tax on it! *Industry account users are excluded from this offer. May not be combined with other offers or promotions.
List Price $259.99
Your Price
$209.99
You Save $50.00

Get notified by email when this product's price is reduced.

iconFREE Ground Shipping on orders over $250 Offer valid within continental United States. Excludes firearms & ammunition.

Description

The Vortex Diamondback HD 8x32 Binoculars are where price meets performance! These binoculars are loaded with features designed to withstand the most punishing outdoor adventure – while still providing the viewer with a bright, crisp, and clear viewing experience. The chassis of Diamondback HD Binoculars is made from a durable magnesium alloy and coated with a layer of rubber armor that protects the internal optical components from shock damage due to accidental drops. The HD Optical System found in Diamondback Binoculars is a combination of excellent optical glass and coatings designed to provide the user with the absolute best viewing experience at this price point!

As with all Vortex optics, the Diamondback HD Binoculars are covered by Vortex’s VIP Warranty so you can rest assured that your investment in these binoculars is always covered.

Features of the Vortex Diamondback HD 8x32 Binocular

  • HD Optical System
  • Dielectric Prism Coatings
  • Argon Gas Purged
  • Armortek®
  • Fully Multi-Coated Lenses
  • Rubber Armor
  • Shockproof
  • Waterproof
  • Phase Correction

Specifications

  • Weight:15.9 oz.
  • Dimensions:4.4"x4.6"
  • Eye Relief:16mm
  • Field of View:426 feet @ 1000 yards
  • Angular Field of View8.1°
  • Close Focus Range:5.0 feet
  • Interpupillary Distance56mm-73mm
  • Objective Diameter32mm
  • Product TypeBinoculars
  • Item ConditionNew
  • UPC875874009912
  • MPNDB-212

Customer Reviews

Average Rating
March 10, 2022

We have been bird watchers for decades and used primarily 10x42 binoculars in the mid-price range. I know I am a slow learner because I just this year decided to move from 10x to 8x, which apparently every birdwatcher knows is the better choice. To make up for my lapse, I have bought seven new binoculars in the last year. All have again been mid tier. I have purchased binoculars from Carson, Nikon and Vortex. The only differences is that they vary from 8X25 to 8X42. Over the years, all binoculars have improved dramatically and in the mid-tier have settled on a set characteristics. All the ones I bought this year have more or less the same specs.: BAK4 prism, water and fog proof, gas purged, fully multi coated lenses, spin-up eyepieces and center wheel focus. In addition, they all have more less comparable specs in other more esoteric categories like eye-relief, field of view and two or three other popular specs. Not surprisingly then, this means that when you are looking through all of these binoculars, they are excellent. What this means, if you handed me any one of these binoculars set up for me and focused at the right distance, I would not have a preferred choice. The big differences turn out to be almost always, mechanical. Some of the spin up eye pieces are loose and you have to mess with them. You almost always have to move the binoculars on the center hinge to make sure your eyes are lined up with the lenses and if the hinge is not really tight, you have to keep messing with that issue. You always have to spin the center wheel to focus and some have the problem of that process varies throughout the range. When you are bird watching, speed is almost more important than any other facet. Having to change a setting while you are out is always a major fail. The standout choice among the binoculars we bought this year are the Vortex. The model we got was the DiamondBack HD. We have them in 8X 25, 32, 42. The center hinge resists being jostled, and thus you never have to mess with that. There are two spin-up stops on the eyepieces and they lock at each setting. The focus wheel is smooth to turn throughout its range and, for us at least, has just the right tension. When I started my search to replace our old binoculars, it never entered my mind that the mechanical workings would have so much impact on what I thought made a good binocular. After several email exchanges with tech support at Vortex, I recognized the person I dealt with was truly tech support and not someone just answering email. Several of the technical specifications were reviewed with me as well as experiments suggested with the binoculars relative to eye-relief. The thoroughness of the guidance was unbelievable. My highest recommendation is any Vortex DiamondBack HD binocular you want to buy.

Was this review helpful?  
March 23, 2021

Being a Leupold guy my whole life, I was a little skeptical when ordering these, but owning a pair of Vortex Viper HD 8x42's, I figured they'd be decent for the price. This is an amazing set of glass in a small package. I wanted a light, compact pair of binos for bowhunting that still had good low light capability. These are just the ticket. Crystal clear, edge to edge clarity. I compared them side by side with my Leupold BX-4 Pro Guide HD 8x32's and I hate to say it, but my eyes fit these DB HD's better and no real noticeable difference in clarity between the two. At dusk, the BX-4's gain a little light gathering advantage but honestly the DB's will keep you in the stand glassing well after legal shooting light. I give a definite advantage to the DB's with the eyepiece design. They rotate smoothly and lock into place at each position. Can't say the same for the Leopold's. Never been happy with their eyepiece designs. I'll keep buying Leupold scopes for all my rifles, but have converted fully to Vortex binos, rangefinders, and spotters.

Was this review helpful?  
April 26, 2022

Compact and crystal clear. Perfect.

Was this review helpful?  
April 4, 2022

Really enjoying these binoculars. Spent the first couple of days just walking around looking at things. Don't have a lot to compare them to but very pleased with at this price point.

Was this review helpful?  

Review this product





 

Get News, Deals and Updates


EuroOptic International Sites:

Please Wait...