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Swarovski NL Pure 12x42 Binocular

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"The EL was the best binocular in the world. It's still one of the best, but not the best anymore." - Swarovski Optik Executive

The NL Pure from Swarovski Optik is not a replacement for the EL. What it is, however, is spectacular. With the three most popular magnifications on the market represented in a reimagined 42 mm format (including a 12x42), the NL is the most comfortable hand-holding binocular we've ever seen.

Strap the NL Pure to a tripod and take full advantage of Swarovski's iconic glass, Swarovision coating system, and a massive 71˚ field of view (even at 12x), and refuse to let anything on the mountain escape. The EL still has its place, but the NL Pure has literally created a brand-new category for binocular performance.

You can't kill a legend, but you can ask it to scoot over.


Magnification 12x
Objective Lens (mm) 42
Field of View 1000 Yards  339 ft
Close Focusing Distance 8.5 ft
Weight (oz) 29.5 oz
Dimensions (in) 6.2L x 5.1W x 2.8H
Light Transmission (%) 91%

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Riley Leventon
Swarovski NLpure 12x42

Well you are on the fence about getting the NL Pures it is well worth it it’s the best glass I have ever looked though and with the outdoomens stud they are a joy to have on a tripod and to look through wood highly recommend them

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Brian Campbell - Birch Creek Guide Service
NL vs EL...is it worth the switch?

I was a little skeptical as to whether or not the 12X42 NL Pures would actually be better than my 12x50 ELs. I quickly warmed up to the NLs though, when straight out of the gate I glassed up a bull shed that I had been over glassing for a couple years with my ELs. I even went back and got my ELs, set them up side by side, and sure enough I could see the shed easier with the NLs. Don’t get me wrong, I like my ELs, but the first time I looked through my NLs, I actually said ”DAMN” out loud. The NLs are just a little clearer, a little more crisp, and the focus also seems to be a little more forgiving on them vs the ELs, but that might just be me being extremely finicky as I spend countless hours behind glass every year. I also like the design of the NLs better than the ELs, and that it is a lot easier to take my Outdoorsmans Bino Adapter on and off of the NLs. I would highly recommend getting them with Outdoorsmans Bino Stud installed. I have the stud on both my ELs and NLs and it is a far better way to go vs the other tripod adaptors out there. My only complaint about the NLs is the objective lens caps. I think Swaro could have done a lot better there, especially for the price. I still have my original objective covers on my ELs and I've had that pair for close to 10 years. The way the NL’s are designed, I don’t see the objective lens covers lasting a month. All in all, I would definitely recommend the NLs, especially if a person is on the fence about switching from the ELs as I was.

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Joey R.
Fantastic

I initially went into the store to purchase some 15x56 SLC. One of the guys helped me out mounted them next to a pair of 10x42 NL pure’s on tripods as they didn’t have 12s on hand. There was a big difference (in my opinion). So later that day (July 16) I purchased them and it took about 4 weeks to get them (Aug 11) longer then usual because they’re such in demand they were backordered I believe. I received them with the stud already installed and all I had to do was throw them on my tripod and adapter and I was ready to rock. That day in the store in Fountain hills I purchased a Palisade 90 pack system and it’s a tremendous pack. Thanks fellas for all your help and getting me set up! As for the 12x42 they’re great.

J
Joe Bill Pickrell

Binoculars were for raffle

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Bowhunter

Best binos on the market!

Customer Reviews

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Riley Leventon
Swarovski NLpure 12x42

Well you are on the fence about getting the NL Pures it is well worth it it’s the best glass I have ever looked though and with the outdoomens stud they are a joy to have on a tripod and to look through wood highly recommend them

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Brian Campbell - Birch Creek Guide Service
NL vs EL...is it worth the switch?

I was a little skeptical as to whether or not the 12X42 NL Pures would actually be better than my 12x50 ELs. I quickly warmed up to the NLs though, when straight out of the gate I glassed up a bull shed that I had been over glassing for a couple years with my ELs. I even went back and got my ELs, set them up side by side, and sure enough I could see the shed easier with the NLs. Don’t get me wrong, I like my ELs, but the first time I looked through my NLs, I actually said ”DAMN” out loud. The NLs are just a little clearer, a little more crisp, and the focus also seems to be a little more forgiving on them vs the ELs, but that might just be me being extremely finicky as I spend countless hours behind glass every year. I also like the design of the NLs better than the ELs, and that it is a lot easier to take my Outdoorsmans Bino Adapter on and off of the NLs. I would highly recommend getting them with Outdoorsmans Bino Stud installed. I have the stud on both my ELs and NLs and it is a far better way to go vs the other tripod adaptors out there. My only complaint about the NLs is the objective lens caps. I think Swaro could have done a lot better there, especially for the price. I still have my original objective covers on my ELs and I've had that pair for close to 10 years. The way the NL’s are designed, I don’t see the objective lens covers lasting a month. All in all, I would definitely recommend the NLs, especially if a person is on the fence about switching from the ELs as I was.

J
Joey R.
Fantastic

I initially went into the store to purchase some 15x56 SLC. One of the guys helped me out mounted them next to a pair of 10x42 NL pure’s on tripods as they didn’t have 12s on hand. There was a big difference (in my opinion). So later that day (July 16) I purchased them and it took about 4 weeks to get them (Aug 11) longer then usual because they’re such in demand they were backordered I believe. I received them with the stud already installed and all I had to do was throw them on my tripod and adapter and I was ready to rock. That day in the store in Fountain hills I purchased a Palisade 90 pack system and it’s a tremendous pack. Thanks fellas for all your help and getting me set up! As for the 12x42 they’re great.

J
Joe Bill Pickrell

Binoculars were for raffle

B
Bowhunter

Best binos on the market!

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