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Pentax 8x22 Jupiter III+ Binoculars £24.59 Delivered @ WEX Photographic

£24.59 @ Wex Photographic (Warehouse Express)
Cheapest Price for these excellent binos. They come with a case, cleaning cloth and strap. Use the code PEN10 (10% off voucher expires 31/12) to get this price with delivery in 3-4 days @ 2.99. £2… Read More
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7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago
Cheapest Price for these excellent binos. They come with a case, cleaning cloth and strap. Use the code PEN10 (10% off voucher expires 31/12) to get this price with delivery in 3-4 days @ 2.99.

£24 -10% = £21.60 + £2.99 delivery = £24.59

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#1
Are these any good op, genuine question. Was looking for a good pair of binoulars.
#2
Triads
Are these any good op, genuine question. Was looking for a good pair of binoulars.
As far as I can tell, they are similar to the 8x21 Pentax Jupiter but as the name suggests have the same magnification - 8x but 1mm extra lens size which should in turn let in more light. The reviews for the 8x21 are good and the original RRP for these was £49 vs the RRP for the 8x22 at £69, so based on this hopefully they will be good.
#3
Could you see Saturn's rings with these or are they to small?
#4
Cheers op, I've been after an OK smaller pair of binoculars for a while.
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finnmaccool
Could you see Saturn's rings with these or are they to small?

No, but if you bend over far enough, you can see Uranus.
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finnmaccool
Could you see Saturn's rings with these or are they to small?


Unfortunately you can't. Iv got optricons that are 8x21 and you can make out that there's shape but it's not the same. 10x50 are better for that or 15x70. Telescope house sells some nice cheap 15x70 or even first light optics.

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