the help "keep an eye on the neighborhood" Celestron  Cavalry 15x70 Binocular £60.99 @ Amazon
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the help "keep an eye on the neighborhood" Celestron Cavalry 15x70 Binocular £60.99 @ Amazon

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Found 6th FebEdited by:"ethooo"
Cavalry 15x70 Binocular

The rugged Cavalry Series is an outdoor binocular designed for hunters, boaters, law enforcement and military personnel. Engineered to withstand the elements, Cavalry is fully waterproof and nitrogen purged to prevent internal fogging. The housing is protected by durable rubber armor, making the binoculars easy to grip while protecting them from hard use. The olive drab colour offers concealment in the field.

As an optical instrument, Cavalry offers professional features including high-grade BaK-4 prisms and fully multi-coated optics for high light transmission. With large 70 mm objective lenses, the Cavalry 15x70 is a useful tool for anyone out in the field or on the water.
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Okay time to stalk the neighbours👹
From a review: 'NB The reference to an "integrated reticule" in the product description is incorrect.This refers to another model, not the 15 x 70s.'
GPS, digital compass are not for these. You have copied the wrong description.
This is the 7x50 with GPS and are over £200

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This is the real description.

Cavalry 15x70 Binocular

The rugged Cavalry Series is an outdoor binocular designed for hunters, boaters, law enforcement and military personnel. Engineered to withstand the elements, Cavalry is fully waterproof and nitrogen purged to prevent internal fogging. The housing is protected by durable rubber armor, making the binoculars easy to grip while protecting them from hard use. The olive drab colour offers concealment in the field.

As an optical instrument, Cavalry offers professional features including high-grade BaK-4 prisms and fully multi-coated optics for high light transmission. With large 70 mm objective lenses, the Cavalry 15x70 is a useful tool for anyone out in the field or on the water.
Edited by: "peter1969uk" 6th Feb
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Yeah there's one of my neighbour's I'd definitely like to keep an eye on !
updated. thanks
I'm no expert on binos but mildly curious about them (I have Steiner 10x26mm Safari UltraSharp Binoculars and a cheapo Chinese "Panda" Monocular that I'm not afraid to lose...)

Here's some chatter about this specific model cloudynights.com/top…ry/
(comment here says, "They are very good. I like them a lot!
They balance so well that I won't need to buy a tripod for them even though I have rather shaky hands. I can keep them steady by holding them near the objectives and by resting my elbows on my knees. I just saw 3 moons from Jupiter. Stars are very colorful, much more so than with my Canon.
Much less flaring on bright objects too. A bit of purple around Jupiter but no big deal. Stars remain sharp until about 3/4 from the edge or so but again no big deal.
if they can keep their collimation, then they are really a great buy."
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and cloudynights.com/top…ar/
(one comment says, "The Cavalry is a upgraded Skymaster with the same problems as the original, it loses alignment over time, it is however fully multicoated and claims to be water and fogproof and has a semi armor covering, the pair I used to do a side by side comparison with my regular Skymasters showed a slightly brighter image, however the scratches on the optical surfaces were a disapointment, its possible to do a conditional alignment on the Skymaster, done once it suprising how easy it is.")

The term "weekend warrior" made me chuckle

Wonder why this has got so cold? It's £77.99 from PicStop so maybe it's because it isn't a huge reduction, not sure. A few ebay sellers have them for £69.99, one seller £67.99 ebay.co.uk/itm…239
Edited by: "louiselouise" 6th Feb
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