Swarovski NL Pure

Swarovski has once again pushed the bar higher with their latest release, the NL Pure. This entirely new binocular is light – weighing in at under 30 oz across all models, compact, and astonishingly comfortable.

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Form Factor

The cylinder’s new form factor is a brilliant improvement achieved by reconfiguring the internal prism. This new form makes hand-holding the binoculars feel incredibly natural. Imagine holding a cylinder of modeling clay in your hand and giving it a light squeeze until your hand naturally rests – and that is exactly what holding the NL Pure feels like.

This new form coupled with the optional Forehead Rest allows you to hand-hold the NL Pure surprisingly steadily compared to other models. The Forehead Rest is adjustable to 10 different length settings, so finding the perfect eye-relief will never be an issue. I would find it highly unlikely that other manufacturers don’t take inspiration from this new design.


It’s no surprise that NL Pure offers some of the best glass I’ve had my eyes behind – it’s what we’ve come to expect from Swarovski. What is surprising is the amount of beauty you’re able to witness from behind these binoculars. Swarovski’s NL Pure debuted boasting the world’s widest field of view. Behind the glass, you’re offered a highly-detailed 71-degree FOV of 477 ft at 1,000 yd. That’s a 20% increase from the prior industry favorite, the Swarovski EL.

Technical Data (8×42)

If you’re in the market for top-shelf glass that is comfortable to hold, mountable to a tripod, and makes glassing one-handed a viable option, look no further than the Swarovski NL Pure.

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