Enjoy looking at birds? Was £329.90 now £69.99   Spotting Scope for Birdwatching , 20-60x60 Zoom Monocular Compact Telescope  Sold by BNISE Corporation and Fulfilled by Amazon - Lighting deal
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Enjoy looking at birds? Was £329.90 now £69.99 Spotting Scope for Birdwatching , 20-60x60 Zoom Monocular Compact Telescope Sold by BNISE Corporation and Fulfilled by Amazon - Lighting deal

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Found 24th Feb
This has good reviews and is £182 on eBay. Ideal for you twitchers out there that enjoy looking at birds.
BNISE Spotting Scope for Birdwatching , 20-60x60 Zoom Monocular Compact Telescope - FMC Optics , Waterproof , With Handheld Tripod Stand, Case , Cover, with Camera and Phone Photography Adapters amazon.co.uk/dp/…52P
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Not since the court case
Andrew_Jones-42bc9.990054 m ago

Anyone know what the performance would be trying to look at leggy birds in …Anyone know what the performance would be trying to look at leggy birds in a beachy environment from a high vantage point at 200m in bright sunlight?


Good reviews..... but sunglasses get you closer
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I enjoy looking at dolly birds!
Not since the court case
Anyone know what the performance would be trying to look at leggy birds in a beachy environment from a high vantage point at 200m in bright sunlight?
Andrew_Jones-42bc9.990054 m ago

Anyone know what the performance would be trying to look at leggy birds in …Anyone know what the performance would be trying to look at leggy birds in a beachy environment from a high vantage point at 200m in bright sunlight?


Good reviews..... but sunglasses get you closer
in this cold weather its going to be blue tits
Will this be suitable for the beach?
Can only see 'buy used for £111.19' in the Amazon link, where is the £69.99 offer?
Edited by: "terrystan" 24th Feb
Same here no sign
maffeycourt42 m ago

I enjoy looking at dolly birds!


Very 70's....
Seems to have good reviews, gone for it due to the fact it has a canon dslr adapter, hoping it’s good for astronomy.
See your pic but can't see it on Amazon at anything lower than £111.19
Having a bit of difficulty myself finding it, tried lightning deals but no dice there either.
link please or should it be expired?
Blumming shame, really wanted this too
Still available
Still showing here
Expired?
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zx636r40 m ago

Very 70's....


Don't goad! When you get to his age its like trying to shove a Marshmallow into a keyhole
Don't worry guys you probably didn't miss out on anything special. And you can't really trust the reviews, it is one of those obscure chinese brands which use the review system to promote their products. E.g. reviewmeta.com/bra…ise
Got one for when we go dogging
ecuador5 h, 20 m ago

Don't worry guys you probably didn't miss out on anything special. And you …Don't worry guys you probably didn't miss out on anything special. And you can't really trust the reviews, it is one of those obscure chinese brands which use the review system to promote their products. E.g. https://reviewmeta.com/brand/bnise


Love amazon, but starting to take some reviews with a pitch of salt too many fake reviews
These are brand-slap Chinese scopes (don't get me wrong, I have a cheapie monocular myself, but it cost £6-odd). Google images might bring up generics of this, though it's an oddly-angled picture the seller is using. Also, the Chinese have a habit of over-estimating the magnification of their scopes/binoculars/monoculars, but you would expect that.

Here's one on Aliexpress - 20-60x60, £39.06 or 25-75x70, £47.14aliexpress.com/ite…tml

£45.74aliexpress.com/sto…tml

£45.33aliexpress.com/ite…tml

Flubit has a National Geographic-branded one for £62.97flubit.com/sho…O27

Other magnifications:

A Celestron 60mm (Magnification: 12-36x) for £69.99tringastro.co.uk/cel…asp

20x60 £26.45aliexpress.com/ite…tml

This one is 15-45x60 and £32.71aliexpress.com/ite…tml
Edited by: "louiselouise" 24th Feb
ecuador7 h, 1 m ago

Don't worry guys you probably didn't miss out on anything special. And you …Don't worry guys you probably didn't miss out on anything special. And you can't really trust the reviews, it is one of those obscure chinese brands which use the review system to promote their products. E.g. https://reviewmeta.com/brand/bnise



I did see Dave Gorman (though it was a repeat) on Modern Life Is Goodish say that you can't even trust "Verified Purchase" reviews. Some Amazon customers trawl Facebook and the like for sellers offering freebies in return for five-star reviews. They purchase the item at full price, leave a glowing review, and the seller refunds them via Paypal.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 24th Feb
Is this item only available at £69.99 to Prime Members?
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terrystan21 m ago

Is this item only available at £69.99 to Prime Members?[Image]


It was one of the Lightning deals
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