Olympus Binocular 10 x 50 DPS-1 - Black £53.99 delivered @ Olympus
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Olympus Binocular 10 x 50 DPS-1 - Black £53.99 delivered @ Olympus

£53.99£68.9922%Olympus Shop Deals
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Posted 14th Feb
use code wilderness2020

Also, 9% cashback @ Quidco and TCB

RRP is over £102


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Featuring durable high-quality finish and extra wide field of view of 65° the DPS I Series let you discover the expansive nature around you with ease.
Optics Magnification10x / Apparent field of view 65° / Field of view at 100m 11.4m
Recommended Uses Sports / Events / Traveling / Nature / Hiking / Bird Watching
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Hot neighbour has just moved in across the road, ordered
itchyone15/02/2020 17:55

These any good for seeing Voyager 1, up close like?


If you're up close to it, then yes.
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are these any good guys ?
Nice
Cheers, Quidco 9% too
£51.02 delivered from Amazon.de, even less if paying in € using conversion free credit cards. Obviously you can't use Quidco or TCB, but some people don't like using this services.
Hot neighbour has just moved in across the road, ordered
motionwerk15/02/2020 08:04

£51.02 delivered from Amazon.de, even less if paying in € using conversion …£51.02 delivered from Amazon.de, even less if paying in € using conversion free credit cards. Obviously you can't use Quidco or TCB, but some people don't like using this services.


£46.71? and without using conversion free credit card. thanks for the heads up
Edited by: "visitor33" 15th Feb
£62 Amazon UK.
This is perfect for after my free Boots eye test. Heat added.
I have a pair of these and a pair of Bushnell Natureviews. Unless you're used to Swarovski at £££'s you shouldn't be disappointed with these. Paid £56 in 2017 at Amazon UK.
These any good for seeing Voyager 1, up close like?
itchyone15/02/2020 17:55

These any good for seeing Voyager 1, up close like?


If you're up close to it, then yes.
itchyone15/02/2020 17:55

These any good for seeing Voyager 1, up close like?


I highly doubt it seen as though that's 13 billion miles away.
Decent price
juleshorror15/02/2020 17:35

Hot neighbour has just moved in across the road, ordered


Fair play son
These are pretty basic, heavy, single coated optics, non BAK4, don't appear to be waterproof/fog proof. Possibly not quite the bargain they seem at first if you want to use them seriously. I would try this pair from Jessops instead, £59.99, free delivery jessops.com/p/j…046
MonkeyMan9015/02/2020 18:20

I highly doubt it seen as though that's 13 billion miles away.


If I put a magnifying glass infront of these would it work then?
itchyone15/02/2020 19:23

If I put a magnifying glass infront of these would it work then?


You'd be a little closer haha
Thank you for posting. We have added this to the Highlights section.
Just ordered (with Quidco.) Olympus are awesome, my father had an OM10 camera, my uncle an OM4 my wife has an OMD EM10 MKIII, and now I will have some Olympus binoculars. Yeah, Swarovski are optically better, but these are like 30% of the price.
sicourt15/02/2020 20:50

Just ordered (with Quidco.) Olympus are awesome, my father had an OM10 …Just ordered (with Quidco.) Olympus are awesome, my father had an OM10 camera, my uncle an OM4 my wife has an OMD EM10 MKIII, and now I will have some Olympus binoculars. Yeah, Swarovski are optically better, but these are like 30% of the price.


If you have any notion towards photography yourself, check out their MFT range, fantastic quality as expected too.
Capt.Kirk16/02/2020 10:03

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10x50 binoculars are great for wide field views of the stars, and are about as powerful as you can hand hold. 20x binoculars need to be mounted on a tripod to look at the night sky.
boostii15/02/2020 19:02

These are pretty basic, heavy, single coated optics, non BAK4, don't …These are pretty basic, heavy, single coated optics, non BAK4, don't appear to be waterproof/fog proof. Possibly not quite the bargain they seem at first if you want to use them seriously. I would try this pair from Jessops instead, £59.99, free delivery https://www.jessops.com/p/jessops/10x42-full-size-waterproof-binoculars-97046



I've had a pair of these for nine years, used them a lot and they're optically excellent and have been durable. They're not fully waterproof but personally I don't see much point in using binoculars in pouring rain. They've never fogged up internally.They are great for widefield views of the stars and a bargain at this price. I've got half a dozen pairs of bins, from Jessops' cheapies to monster Helios 25x100 and the Olympus compares well to all.
There's a tiny bit of fringing but for this low price it's fantastic overall. Width adjustment is easy and the focus ring is nice and smooth.
For stargazing or serious wildlife watching (or hot neighbours even!), these may be better, more money but nearly half price and with a tripod....activeoutlet.co.uk/bus…pod
Edited by: "Bbqforce10" 16th Feb
JonF99216/02/2020 10:23

10x50 binoculars are great for wide field views of the stars, and are …10x50 binoculars are great for wide field views of the stars, and are about as powerful as you can hand hold. 20x binoculars need to be mounted on a tripod to look at the night sky.


I have deleted my post as I just realised that the seller of the celestron 20x50 bins is a hunting outfitter, not something I want to promote.
Bbqforce1016/02/2020 11:37

For stargazing or serious wildlife watching (or hot neighbours even!), …For stargazing or serious wildlife watching (or hot neighbours even!), these may be better, more money but nearly half price and with a tripod....https://www.activeoutlet.co.uk/bushnell-sentry-black-spotting-scope-18-36-x-50mm-with-case-tripod



That's a good deal for wildlife observing, but spotting scopes don't work well for stargazing. Needs a better tripod.
Binoculars along with Mountain bikes are best bought 2nd hand if you wan't some real bang for your buck.
boostii15/02/2020 19:02

These are pretty basic, heavy, single coated optics, non BAK4, don't …These are pretty basic, heavy, single coated optics, non BAK4, don't appear to be waterproof/fog proof. Possibly not quite the bargain they seem at first if you want to use them seriously. I would try this pair from Jessops instead, £59.99, free delivery https://www.jessops.com/p/jessops/10x42-full-size-waterproof-binoculars-97046


I agree, personally I'd want to spend a little more if I were to use binos more seriously, these Celestrons are highly rated and a good price at £98


bestbinocularsreviews.com/Cel…htm
Kevo2k716/02/2020 12:27

Binoculars along with Mountain bikes are best bought 2nd hand if you wan't …Binoculars along with Mountain bikes are best bought 2nd hand if you wan't some real bang for your buck.


The only downside is occasionally you do get a lot of dust in old optical equipment.
Can someone advise on this vs the 8‑16X40 ZOOM DPS I model, which is a tenner more? Binocular novice here. Thanks in advance.
toaster16/02/2020 19:16

I agree, personally I'd want to spend a little more if I were to use binos …I agree, personally I'd want to spend a little more if I were to use binos more seriously, these Celestrons are highly rated and a good price at £98https://www.bestbinocularsreviews.com/Celestron8x42NatureDX-119.htm


Good call mate, I would have recommended these myself, although twice the price in real terms, it represents better value for money IMHO. Not sure about star gazing but certainly for birding.
juleshorror15/02/2020 17:35

Hot neighbour has just moved in across the road, ordered


Proof needed. Have you got a photo of the receipt?
Great set of nocs
LordLardy16/02/2020 21:34

Can someone advise on this vs the 8‑16X40 ZOOM DPS I model, which is a t …Can someone advise on this vs the 8‑16X40 ZOOM DPS I model, which is a tenner more? Binocular novice here. Thanks in advance.



Zoom bins are alwys a compromise. Far better to get a fixed pair.
JonF99217/02/2020 17:58

Zoom bins are alwys a compromise. Far better to get a fixed pair.


Thanks, that helps
Bought as people are recommending these as good quality
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