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Signature HD Binoculars 12x50

12x magnification is the best choice for wide open country and terrain. 
Large, 50mm objective gathers more light for better detail in low light.

Suggested Retail Price: $599


Item Number
Objective Diameter
FOV ft @ 1000 yds
Focus System
Optics System
Close Focus
Exit Pupil
Eye Relief
IP Distance Range
Case Coating
Nitrogen Filled
Waterproof Depth
Neck Strap
Objective Lens Cover
Carry Case
12 x 50
50 mm
251 ft
Fast Focus
HD Roof Prism
13.1 ft
57-74 mm
Adjustable, aluminum
1 meter
24.3 oz
6.5 x 5.1 x 2.3
2019 Burris Optics Catalog
January 3, 2019
Signature HD Binoculars 12x50 is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exceeded my expectations! Initially i bought this for simple and basic use on the range and while outdoors. However when I first used this pair of binoculars, WOW..! I quickly realized that this product is in line with the high end optics equipment that I have for my hunting gear that was a lot more expensive. I will say that Signature HD 12x50 easily stacks up against any pair on the market at $1,000 range. Super comfortable, nice design, comes with carrying bag, shoulder straps. Top lens cover is designed to be attached to the strap so that it's not lost on the ground when in use. And of course the forever warranty on this product speaks for commitment and quality.
Date published: 2018-04-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Whoa! Whoa! This is the response I got both times when I swapped binoculars with my friends. We wanted to compare each other’s binos while at the desert. Really sharp and clear. Came with lens caps that stay with the binos when it’s open and nice comfortable neck strap for the binoculars. Also came with a nice case that has a pocket and separate strap. When I bought the new Burris signature binocular, I could not find any reviews, so I am writing one to let people know.
Date published: 2017-11-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Equal or greater than Vortex Viper HD I've used the Vortex Viper HD 12x50's the last two seasons hunting mule deer in the west, primarily at long range. I've spent extensive time looking through meopta hd's, swarovski's, viper's, razor's, etc. These are every bit as good or better compared to the Viper HD's i've used the last two seasons and they are cheaper. Also, they are made in Japan vs. China (vortex). I'm happy with these so far. The only thing I don't like is that the diopter focus ring can't be locked in place like the viper's. Besides that, these are great!
Date published: 2018-09-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Warranty Roughly twenty years ago I chose Burris Signature 10X42 binoculars over all other brands. They were simply the clearest view. It also turned out that I could look through them all day with no eye strain. After using them for twenty years, through all seasons, and very tough conditions, they developed cracks in the rubber cups around the eyepiece. Not a big deal but I sent them to Burris for repair. I just opened the return box and it contained a brand new pair of 12X50 HD Signature binoculars. Why buy any other brand?
Date published: 2019-03-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Average - Related to Price. I´m a Birdwatcher and Have a Tourist company in my country.... I bought the Signature 10x42 (I live in Guatemala and bought them on Amazon) But I'm not pleased when I realize that the focus is not as smooth as others ... Exemple, the Bushnell Legend M series which cost me $ 260.00. About Lens , Bushnell Legend (which I have) and Burris S. HD. Have the same quality (no complains) ... The truth about someone saying that these Burris are as good as the $ 1,000 Vortex is not true. They are just good. I´m disappointed on the NOT SMOOTH focus and the first week I got them, the left objective lens screw got loose ...
Date published: 2018-10-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Burris over Vortex I think Vortex has a corner on the market for the quality of optics you get versus the price you pay. That being said I'm overly excited to try these new 10x42 signature binoculars from Burris. When I say Vortex has a corner on the market, I am referring to my area and group of people I recreate and hunt with, if you're not Vortex, you're not doing it "right". Ive hunted with an 1100 dollar set of Vortex Razor binos and wow we're they impressive. But I borrowed those from a very trusting friend, my budget at the time didn't allow me to own a Vortex Razor bino but I reaped their glorious clarity and light absorbsion. I know there are better optics than Vortex Razors, I've used them also. I want to focus on that 1000 dollar ballpark of binoculars. So as I decided to roll the dice on these Burris 10x42 signature binos, against all the advice I heard to "just save up" for Vortex, I am beyond excited to say I could not be happier with my purchase. Out of the box, standard neck strap, carry case with shoulder strap, lens cloth and manual. Super easy to adjust focus properly, great fit and form. They don't feel really lightweight but I'm okay with that. The clarity is every bit of the Vortex Razors. I've glassed first light, dusk to pitch black and they are awesome. I don't know any of the technical aspects of Vortex vs Burris, but what I do know is I paid a third of the price for binoculars that are easily as good as binos that set ya back a grand. Thank you Burris and thank you Optics Planet for a good deal. I'm proud to be the one to break the mold of Vortex in my setting and show that Burris optics are top notch, deserving a spot in anybody's optics arsenal, without breaking the bank
Date published: 2018-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great quality without the price tag! I just received the 12x50 Signature binoculars recently, so I can't speak for their durability, but their overall quality appears to be excellent. The binos are comfortable to hold, are neither heavy or light(cheap feeling), and have good eye relief. The glass is clear edge to edge, and I was able to make out fine details on a rainy day from 500-700 yards away. These binos are a perfect balance between performance and a reasonable price point that fill a gap in my optics collection. Thanks Burris!
Date published: 2018-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Experience with Burris warranty program I purchased a pair of Burris 8 x 42 many years ago, and they quickly became one of my favorite pair of binoculars, I kept them at my cabin in Alaska to spot game, when we had the Nov 30 earthquake many things were destroy or damaged, including my Burris binoculars, I sent them in to be fix, Burris determined they could not be fixed, so they sent me a new pair of Signature HD 8 x 42, what great service and binoculars.
Date published: 2019-02-11
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What do you recommend for a tripod mount for the Signature HD 12X50 binos?

Asked by: MontanaHillbilly
Any tripod will work, but you will need a strap adapter similar to this:
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2019-01-28

Are the metal eye cups on your binoculars suitable for use with eyeglasses?

Asked by: Dave Z
All of our binoculars can be used with or without glasses.
Answered by: BurrisSupport2
Date published: 2019-01-07

Are these compatible with a front mounted tripod adapter?

Asked by: Isaac
Yes they are.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2018-11-28

are these tripod adaptable?

Asked by: hardy
Hello! All current Burris Binoculars are tripod adaptable.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2018-06-11

Hi, are the eyecups twist up and are they lockable?

Asked by: 264shooterNZ
They are able to be twisted but here is no locking mechanism.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2018-02-21

Are these Tripod mountable?

Asked by: Doughboyu1941
They are not unfortunately.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2018-02-21

how do I replace the rubber eye cap on a steiner predator ?

Asked by: bipl
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2017-12-29

the body of binocular is it magnesium or fiberglass

Asked by: howie
Fiber reinforced polymer. Super strong, not reactive to water or temperature, and way more dent resistant than metal.
Answered by: TeamBurris2
Date published: 2018-09-19
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