Going to start out saying "Yuck". That Red AR coating.
However they will do better then a pair of eyes.
At 10x25 the view will not be greatly brightened. So do not expect overly many objects to stand out.
Do you know Hercules?
If so go look at where M13 should be.
If you see anything that I suggest you are lucky, but I expect that M13 will be somewhat dim.
Will enable M31, again just faint grey, but M31 is faint grey in everything.
M42 should be visible, M45 nice, Hyades fair but Hyades is spread out and never overly bright whatever you use.
Try the Double Cluster in Perseus.
Another are the 3 clusters in Auriga. One cluster is not a very apparent cluster.
Not sure M92 will show up.
Can split Mizar+Alcor.
Orion's belt is maybe worth a look.
Cassiopeia with the Milky Way behind.
Binoculars are for looking around I say, not looking at.
Will say I have a similar set, but not the red AR and mine are 8x25 and grey. However I use the 8x42's for looking around the sky.
Oops, your question: Mine are made by Praktica.
Some small differences, one being the ridged area underneath, mine are a cross hatch.
Had them many, many years and they work well.
Useful in a small backpack when out on the bike.
Edited by sg6, 08 August 2020 - 07:34 AM.