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BFULL10x42 HD Compact Binoculars for Adults Teenager with 21mm Large View Eyepiece £20 with voucher @ Sold by Ziran and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Apply the 60% voucher to reduce these Binoculars to £20. Ultra-High Light Transmission Binoculars for adults BFULL, ( With the newest version 16.5mm BAK4 prism, best 42mm fully… Read more
mattymatmatson

I know deal expired but what is the quality like on these?

fkctrjt

I bought these after checking the 60% off voucher. Arrived today. I have prime. The check box only worked on the app not the webpage

Sarsaparilla

Voucher not showing on Prime accounts either

winchman

Is this voucher for Prime subscribers? Not on mine..

SelfScanStan

5% off Eden Binoculars at at Knives and Tools
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I'm not sure if these binoculars are any good as it's not something that I know. But at Knives and Tools they've sent me a 5% off code that someone might find useful.
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kevlhughes

Yeah 5% is pitiful really as a carrot. 🥕

ecuador

Never heard of them, seem quite overpriced given that they are not a known reputable brand (the 5% doesn't help much) and according to some forum posts by people into binoculars, they are (or were) not particularly good quality.

NIKON PROSTAFF 7S 10 x 42 mm Binoculars - Black £179 @ Currys PC World
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Just found these cheapest anywhere and same price as the 8x42 not sure if this is a pricing issue! Ordered OK though. Free pickup or extra for delivery. Decent pair recommended by … Read more
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stbk

I want the Hawke ED, but if you are looking at cheaper try the Vortex Diamond Back HD they are apparently excellent for the price.

ciarandanielbyrne1

Yes get the Hawke's lighter and note enjoyable to use

Alandover

Any recommendations for cheaper beginner binos

kirkhousesean

Terrible binoculars. Better off going with a pair of hawke endurance Ed https://carmarthencameras.com/hawke-endurance-ed-10x42-binoculars-green-36207.html

daydreamer01

Prostaff was also the name of the best Wilson tennis racket a while back.

Auriol Binoculars 10x50 £14.99 @ Lidl
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Spotted this in my local Lidl ( Walkergate ) . Don't know if it's national, Auriol Binoculars 10x50 Magnification 10x Field Of View - 120m (at 1000m distance) Close range … Read more
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ukbondraider

A cheap pair of useable binoculars in the binocular world is £200. An ok one is £350. Otherwise £1k each for a good pair. This is junk.

boulder1

Took your advice, but I have to say I was disappointed with the results. Even rolled up and taped together, the scratch cards had a very small viewfinder and little to no magnification! Returned for a refund.

hotshot

You get what you pay for buy some scratch cards instead

supermann

They do look a bit 1980s.

bellington

Picked a pair up tonight to replace a 20 year old pair that were shwing their age. Must admit I pretty impressed fort the price. Clearer and brighter than my old pair and the colours are defo more vibrant. For £15 to throw in the car im very impressed.

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Nikon Aculon W10 8X21 8 x 21 mm Binoculars £29.97 @ Currys PC World
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Nikon Aculon W10 8X21 8 x 21 mm Binoculars £29.97 @ Currys PC World
£29.97 Free P&P FreeCurrys PC World Deals
10 year guarantee. Good reduction, this price is available in pink only. Product features Field of view: 6.3° 8 x magnification Roof prism Multilayer coating Waterproof &am… Read more
Madstacks83

Bought, thanks:)

hawayman

Out of stock 1600 6 June 😡

louiselouise

I'm not crazy about pink items for women but it probably lessens the likelihood of getting pinched (cheeky) the compact style may suit some people. Amazon Warehouse is a good place to pick up binos/monoculars. I have a few - Recently bought this one for my toddler nephew to put away, just over £6 Carson 7x18 MiniScout Ultra Compact Binoculars (these are especially tiny and pocketable, though I suppose field of view/magnification are compromised). And this Steiner 2212 10x 26mm Safari UltraSharp Binocular (just over £25, and also quite compact). A cheapo monocular I got from Gearbest ages ago (btw, bin the phone holder, it can break your screen as it clamps so tightly). Mostly used for skygazing but take them up to the Highlands when I visit, too. The cheapo monocular was surprisingly great - they also appear regularly on Warehouse for a few £. Boyf bought binos from Warehouse too, think these are a no-name - just over £9. 10X36 Huntdown Black Waterproof Binoculars

voicon

Great for hunting unicorn! :)

anna.ki

I have got nothing to do with that. It seems the moderators must have edited mistakenly

Olympus Binocular 10x50 DPS-1 - £46.11 delivered @ Amazon Germany
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Olympus Binocular 10x50 DPS-1 - £46.11 delivered @ Amazon Germany
Seems like a decent price for a good pair of bins. Integrated diopter correction to adapt to personal vision needs Wide-angle optics for observing fast moving objects; 10x magn… Read more
kotlety

It's available again, just bought it for £41, free next day delivery with trial prime.

albertbigndaft

Came up as £46.13 for me. They turned up today and I only ordered them two days ago. I’ll be looking at more from the .de site in future. Not had to send anything back I’ve ordered via there so far but the delivery periods are as good as .uk and the prices quite a few quid cheaper.

deleted241788

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/olympus-10x50-dps-i-10x-magnification-binoculars-5399-using-code-at-olympus-3456800 May take a couple of attempts to get the coupon to work. Or maybe looking for this? https://www.topcashback.co.uk/olympus-uk/

Guy.Incognito

Have you got a link, I can't find it on the website? Thanks.

anjogr

Definitely. Probably the best balance of magnification (10), light-gathering lenses (50), and portability. Although I haven't used this pair yet, they sound ideal for starting out in astronomy.

Olympus 8‑16x40 Zoom DPS I Binoculars - £62.99 Using Code @ Olympus
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Olympus 8‑16x40 Zoom DPS I Binoculars - £62.99 Using Code @ Olympus
£62.99£79.9921%Olympus Shop Deals
I posted another set (10x Magnification / 10x50 DPS I) A few of you jumped on that deals, so I headed back to see what else is on offer. These ones are 8‑16x at £62.99 using code… Read more
DeadpanDan

Off the top of my head (others feel free to chip in :)) These https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0007UQNTK?pf_rd_r=EYMNZP3JB2FE5QGR09D1&pf_rd_p=e632fea2-678f-4848-9a97-bcecda59cb4e Or these https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00008Y0VN?pf_rd_r=EYMNZP3JB2FE5QGR09D1&pf_rd_p=e632fea2-678f-4848-9a97-bcecda59cb4e&th=1 Be warned though, they are BIG (especially the latter), the large front (objective) lens will let in a lot of light which is what you want for night sky viewing (60 or 70mm). Anything with a higher magnification (the first number) will be exceptionally tricky to use as it will also amplify any tremor in your hand, and even the highest magnification would not resolve stars as anything more than dots. Regardless of what you go for - I'd highly recommend a sturdy tripod and a bracket to go with it. For what it's worth, a cheapish pair of binos will be infinitely better than a cheap telescope for starting out with, and more versatile, as you can use it for nature too (a telescope will invert the image upside-down and left to right)

Gordon_Riley

Looking for a pair similar price to view the night sky. Any suggestions? Thanks.

DeadpanDan

These are 8-16x 8-16 refers to the zoom - so this starts at 8x and zooms to 16x. The last number (40 in this case) is the width of objective lens (or the fat lens) at the front of the binoculars in MM. In simple terms, the wider the lens, the bigger or wider the image you see, and the more light can get in the binoculars, making it easier to use, and a brighter image is always a better image. However, the trade off is the bigger the lenses, the larger and heavier the binoculars, so less convenient if you want to carry it around. But in answer to your question, get the ones in the previous post, not these for the reasons I outlined above.

deleted241788

Did a Google on "understanding binoculars" found this five page intro : http://www.nightskyinfo.com/binoculars-terms/

DeadpanDan

No. no and no. Zoom binoculars sound like a great idea, but because you have a lot of extra optics, the image is less crisp with more distortion, and worst of all - the image is a lot darker than a standard non-zoom pair. you'll probably end up seeing a lot less detail than a standard fixed pair. Don't get sucked into the trap of thinking zoom is a good thing. I speak from a decade of experience selling them in camera shops. Plus over about 10x magnification they become hard to hold successfully anyway due to hand vibration. There is a reason good binoculars come in 8x or 10x variants. over this, a tripod becomes highly recommended. With this, You are essentially gaining nothing over the standard pair and loosing all of the above.

Olympus 10x50 DPS I - 10x Magnification Binoculars - £53.99 Using Code @ Olympus
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Olympus 10x50 DPS I - 10x Magnification Binoculars - £53.99 Using Code @ Olympus
£53.99£59.9910%Olympus Shop Deals
If you want a better look of over there, without going over there, but from sitting or standing here... Then these a well priced set of Olympus Binoculars :D Use code BINO10 for t… Read more
fliquid

Ordered these off Amazon.de for £46.51 on Thursday and they turned up today! :D

Blonkster

Thank you.

deleted241788

The specifications on the Olympus site state 12mm eye relief which is certainly a bit on the short side. I have seen some online owners state they worked OK with their glasses after rolling down the eyecups but no guarantee that would be OK for you (pretty confident with my specs I wouldn't be able to see the entire FOV). These Olympus models are quite an old design. Some newer models have more generous eye relief eg: (also available on ebay) : https://www.dellonda.co.uk/search?type=article,page,product&q=10x50* The Olympus almost certainly wins on mechanics and probability of getting a good sample though in this price range. If must wear specs and buy unseen maybe a model with twist up eyecups might be worth investing in; guess there's a chance 12mm is too short and say 20mm too long to be ideal for your current specs.

mrbrunes

I got these and also the Celestion Skymaster 15 x 70s mentioned in the other thread. I'm no bins expert but at first glance the Olympus ones have much better optics - the image is much brighter, bigger and more 3D than from the Celestions. So even though the magnification is not as high, it's easier to see details on the target, IYSWIM. I was preparing for the Celestions to be much heavier but they are not that mch more. But the Olympus is a very handy size. So I'll be keeping the Olympus.

Blonkster

How is the eye relief on these for glasses wearers? Thanks

Eurohike 10X25 Binoculars £8.10 delivered @ Millets / eBay
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Eurohike 10X25 Binoculars £8.10 delivered @ Millets / eBay
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If like me, you've taken to wandering aimlessly around woodland then these basic, but decent binoculars are a bargain at this price delivered. They have good reviews and are suited… Read more
Anatolijs

the design is the same for any binoculars that are made in china. https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/LMUAAOSwOoVemDu1/s-l1600.jpg

Guy_With_Beard

Back in stock.

deleted241788

No trouble; was kinda nice to have someone take the trouble to read my waffle and respond :D For sure if you want to use the binocular for the night skies the one on offer on this thread will probably be a bit of a dead loss apart from maybe showing details on the moon. Speaking of my waffly posts, here's a link recently put at end of one pointing to a very inexpensive 10x50 : https://www.astroboot.co.uk/search.php?needle=blow-out Risky to buy sight unseen of course. I see Jessops do a 10x50 for £25 which it might be possible to try in store if and when lock down is lifted. Indeed the Olympus 10x50 looks a decent choice for night skies with the 8x40 being more of an all rounder. For a bit more there's this which would be nicer still for terrestrial use : https://www.dhinds.co.uk/collections/nearly-new/products/celestron-nature-ex-8-x-42-binocular-ex-demonstration That link to a Bushnell Legacy porro binocular is a bit ambiguous. Not sure whether that's for the 10x50 model or the zoom. Most of the favourable reviews seem to refer to the fixed magnification model. Not sure if you're aware most folk don't recommend zoom binoculars. For handheld use at the low end of the magnification range they tend to have a restricted field of view and are heavy and cumbersome for what they offer. For the upper end of the magnification range, when they'll need mounting on a tripod, they'll probably offer much less performance than something of fixed magnification of similar weight and cost. More details here : https://www.cloudynights.com/topic/3770-best-of-the-binocular-forum-start-here/#entry42010 All a bit complicated I suppose, but hopefully you can get some enjoyment and satisfaction out of the research you've been doing. And probably a wise investment too for when you have to hand over the lolly ;)

danflorin3

I do appreciate all of your time invested in writing this comment. I will have a look now and then for the LIDL one, But until then and if I will ever find it...I'm hoping for this beast to drop in price or to get the Nikon one for £37.. currently at £97.39...But if I will loose my patience I will go for this one with very good reviews. I just decided I want a binocular + options of loads of different models/makes/capabilities makes this choice..a hard one. Hopefully, any of these will be good at watching the stars and whatever it's outhere :)

ukmonkey

Thanks will come in handy these.

Olympus 10 x 50 DPS1 binoculars £46.37 @ Amazon.de
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Olympus 10 x 50 DPS1 binoculars £46.37 @ Amazon.de
Better price than UK Integrated diopter correction to adapt to personal vision needs Wide-angle optics for observing fast moving objects; 10x magnification Even more impressive p… Read more
ztv_

Worked now! Thanks!

ztv_

Deal didn't work for me. It might have passed

oatmealtwice

Not as far as I know.

allginger

Did you take the German Prime option??

oatmealtwice

My order got dispatched from a warehouse in Germany. The order was returned to the warehouse and they are giving me a refund. Did I choose the wrong delivery option or something else? I am a Prime member.

High Power Binoculars, Kylietech 12x42 Binocular for Adults with BAK4 Prism £15.97 Sold by iSeekone and Fulfilled by Amazon
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High Power Binoculars, Kylietech 12x42 Binocular for Adults with BAK4 Prism £15.97 Sold by iSeekone and Fulfilled by Amazon
High Power Binoculars, Kylietech 12x42 Binocular for Adults with BAK4 Prism, FMC Lens, Fogproof & Waterproof Great for Bird Watching Travel Stargazing Hunting Concerts (Smartph… Read more
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fedex1401

12x42= high powered? When I was younger I had the use of a pair of 16x50s and that was 40 years ago! (skeptical)

johnnyd57uk

Absolute bargain. Fantastic optics for the price. Bought recently and so far have been mightily impressed. Read the reviews. For £15.97 they are an absolute steal. If you look through Binoculars on Amazon there are several that are identical to these at 4-5 times the priced. Just rebadged and probably the same factory. Reviews here .....https://reviewbestseller.com/best-binoculars-under-100-reviews/

winchman

Nothing lost for that money. But strictly speaking I'd probably prefer no more than 10x magnification and 50mm lens...

finnmaccool

It means you dodged a bullet. Spend more money.

Pentax 10 x 50 SP Porro Prism Binocular - Black £75.64 @ Amazon
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Pentax 10 x 50 SP Porro Prism Binocular - Black £75.64 @ Amazon
£75.64£149.9950%Amazon Deals
Fully multicoated lenses for maximum light transmission Phase coating and silver deposited prisms allow maximum light transmission for sharp, high contrast images Protective coat… Read more
demondoguk_

Depends upon the window you are looking through :o

Feverdawg

I read thatas porno prism :/

Pentax 8x21 UCF R Binoculars £42 @ Amazon
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Pentax 8x21 UCF R Binoculars £42 @ Amazon
£42£99.9958%Amazon Deals
Armouring: unknown Autofocus: No Compact = Pocket Or Designer: Designer Diopter Adjustment: Yes Exit Pupil Diameter in mm: 2.6 Field of View in 1000 m in m: unknown Highest M… Read more
usynn

Who still uses binoculars in this day and age?

ecuador

And the Product Details are equally disingenuous, the first paragraph says they are porro prism binoculars (correct, you can tell easily from the shape), then the second paragraph is titled phase correction coating, which is something only (expensive) roof prisms can have, with a language "In roof prism binoculars..." so it does not apply... (confused)

simonspeakeasy

I have the 10x24 model of these from more than 20 years ago. Good binocs.

Hippos

More Wall-e style than x-Wing :)

ecuador

So, is it 2x8x21?

Celestron Elements 8 x 21 G2 Up Close Binoculars £14.99 thephotographyshop eBay
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Celestron Elements 8 x 21 G2 Up Close Binoculars £14.99 thephotographyshop eBay
£14.99£18.9921%eBay Deals
Ive bought these as a gift for someone who wants a very small light weight pair of binoculars which will slip in their pocket when out walking. The next cheapest I could find were … Read more
chischis

"Chunky" might have been the wrong word. Perhaps "not weedy" XD. Thanks for the stats. Pretty good for a basic set of binocs. Good Xmas present!

hot102

I dont find them at all chunky, they easily fit in my coat pocket. The length is 4.5" Dimensions 4.5” x 1.75” x 3.75” (114.3mm x 44.45mm x 95.25mm) Aperture (mm) 21 mm (0.83 in) Magnification 8x Caps No Carrying Case Soft Case Included Weight (oz) 8 oz (227 g) Angular Field of View (deg) 7.4 ° Linear Field of View (@1000 yds) 387 ft (118 m) Linear Field of View (@1000 m) 129 m (423 ft) Exit Pupil (mm) 2.6 mm (0.1 in) Eye Relief (mm) 11 mm (0.43 in

chischis

Heat. Makes for a good Xmas present. Photos suggest they look fairly chunky. £13 accepted in my case. Bargain.

Crossbow

From one 5-star eBay reviewer (the other review is a 1-star, one liner, so probably ignore): "Superb carry anywhere binoculars I can't rate these highly enough, I use very expensive optical equipment, so I wasn't expecting much for £15. But once set for your eyes the crispness & clarity of the lenses become apparent, super wide field with hardly any achromatic aberration right to the edge of field. The focuser is smooth but firm enough for zero slop. Moving the binoculars to match your eyes takes a few minutes to master, after that it takes seconds, once taken out of it's carry bag. These are a pair perfect for airshows, on holiday looking out at ships ect, or going to concerts if you have a back row in a stadium, security won't have any issues when checking those. Even leave a pair in your glove box in the car, honestly these are for the price a must have for anyone, plus the most demanding viewer who expects optical perfection may not consider these, however I am, I use Celestron equipment for astronomy, plus I have a pair of Celestron Skymaster 15X70mm, and for sub £100 binos, have to be the best bargain for large aperture binos, just as these are easily the best value small units under £30. Buy with confidence, plus cheap enough for the kids on hoiiday, to have a pair each, without purchasing rubbish ones from seaside trinket shops."

Celestron 8 x 42 DX Nature Binoculars - Green £82 at Amazon.co.uk
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Celestron 8 x 42 DX Nature Binoculars - Green £82 at Amazon.co.uk
£82£898%Amazon Deals
I'm not up on my Binoculars (these are for a present), but going by this review these look like a great buy, cheapest they have been on amazon and I can't find cheaper elsewhere - … Read more
johnnyd57uk

They are both reviewed here. https://best-scopes-n-binoculars.com/best-binoculars-for-hiking/

johnnyd57uk

Thanks for the info , very helpful. I take your point about the possible difference in spec. I havnt tried the Celestron and can only say the Kylietechs are amazing for the price. Id buy both and send one back. You could end up saving £60.

deleted241788

Binoculars from the same factory can manufactured to different specifications and tolerances. Here's an article from 2006 about the issue by Ed Zarenski : https://www.cloudynights.com/articles/cat/articles/binoculars1405754339/these-binoculars-look-the-same-are-they-r1493

aNtis0ciaL

Thanks - You don't happen to have used any of the others for a like for like comparison have you?

johnnyd57uk

Heres my Kylietech's. Apart from some minor differences everything from the bag, straps , lens cover, structure ,focus wheel etc look identical. Cost me £22

New Large 10 X 50 Binoculars With Free P&P - £6.95 @ direct2publik ebay
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New Large 10 X 50 Binoculars With Free P&P - £6.95 @ direct2publik ebay
Buy 2 pairs and get 5% off the second pair. These adjustable binoculars are versatile, at 10 x 50 strength, and have a pouch for protection.Suitable for Bird Watching, Hunting, … Read more
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louiselouise

I've got a cheapo monocular I bought from Gearbest (though, it turns out, Amazon Warehouse often does these Chinese generic brand slap monos for a few quid) and boyf uses his when at horse racing events. They're actually surprisingly good for the £6-odd paid. (Btw, throw away the phone clip, they can damage your phone's screen). I do have "bona fide" binos (Steiner) and boyf has binos too. He thinks the monocular is easier to travel with - and as it's cheap you won't cry if you lose or break it.

SajidAli-ad629.06113

Stop being silly I shoot targets 🎯 and vermin like rats.

Travellinglite

Why would you want to kill or inflict cruelty? Be nice!

SajidAli-ad629.06113

Post pictures

Proveright

Mines arrived too. After reading the reviews and negative comments I was expecting the worse. So I was presently surprised. They are not flimsey, the rubber smell does not bother me, yes it is a thin bag and not case. They work, not a patch on quality binoculars, but as a cheap kids present or on the beach where it does not matter if you lose them, then they are worth the money. Just don't expect to look at the Moon or in someone's bedroom! :D

PRAKTICA 10 x 34 mm Pioneer Waterproof Binoculars - Fog Proof - All Weather use - Low Stock Find - £37.47 @ Amazon
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PRAKTICA 10 x 34 mm Pioneer Waterproof Binoculars - Fog Proof - All Weather use - Low Stock Find - £37.47 @ Amazon
£37.47£6946%Amazon Deals
Peek-A-Boo! Massive 10 x 34's in a much slimmer & smaller design.. makes this pair.. much easy to handle (cheeky) Almost twice the price or more elsewhere! Very low stock… Read more
bigreddog

Showing as £69.........does anyone have other recommendations for good, bargain binoculars - got a relative's birthday coming up and this sounded like a good present.

telboy69

Hot I need a new pair the police converscated my last pair only looking at the woman's new double glazing over the road

fablanta

Price showing as £69

BargainBaptist

Had to think about it for a moment (:I

Kyballion

I think it means internally they wont fog up as they are sealed Could be wrong though

Tasco Essentials 10x50 Porro Prism Binoculars £9.97 Free C&C/£3.99 Delivery @ Jessops
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Tasco Essentials 10x50 Porro Prism Binoculars £9.97 Free C&C/£3.99 Delivery @ Jessops
£9.97£24.9760%Jessops Deals
Decent price reduction. Tasco Essentials 10x50 are full size Porro Prism binoculars. They have fully coated lenses, fold down eyecups and BK7 prisms. Fully coated lenses Field o… Read more
MisterNippy

Mine arrived today, comes with carry case and neck strap. WORD of warning. On the packaging on the base it says the following in very small writing... Warning:This product contains chemicals known to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. ........maybe this is why they are reduced (shock)

ciarandanielbyrne1

Bag Of S Don't waste your money like I did last time around.

HerefordCiderApples

Use this

Matt_Breslin

Tinca your finest & cheapest peep_show, available at a handsome discount.....for those observational periods. Like the new neighbours Like the new birds nest Like the ...Holy Sheeeeiiiizzzle (the wife walked in) cover story??... Like you should've seen that coming...🍌

HerefordCiderApples

Do these include lens caps or case/ bag? Does the essentials refer to cheap/ entry level. I have a 30 year old pair which are pretty rubbish to be honest but I have a Tasco Mag 50 on my rifle that I bought about three years ago, I'm pretty sure the boys in the chinooks have seen me sighting them on their way back to base are keeping an eye on me.

Carson 10x50mm RD Series Lightweight Full Sized Open-Bridge Waterproof High Definition Binoculars (Amazon £61.29).
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Carson 10x50mm RD Series Lightweight Full Sized Open-Bridge Waterproof High Definition Binoculars (Amazon £61.29).
. Review of the lower magnification 8 x 42 version here: https://www.bestbinocularsreviews.com/CarsonRDSeries8x42BinocularsReview-185.htm The 8 x 42's are currently £141.65 o… Read more
ecuador

Moot point now, but their full price is ridiculous. At near £150 I'd expect at least phase-coated optics, which is what their VP line has. £61 was good though, as about £75 would be an honest regular price for them, similar to how much you can find the quite similar Barr & Stroud 10X50 Sahara for.

Tomb

They didn't last long! Hope those that got one enjoy them.

Blazzz

OOS?

Nikon Prostaff 3S 8X42 Binoculars now £89.99 delivered with Prime only at Amazon
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Nikon Prostaff 3S 8X42 Binoculars now £89.99 delivered with Prime only at Amazon
good for bird watching :{
blast71

I thought the same until I bought a cheap pair and they are total rubbish. Managed to get a pair of Bresser off eBay new for £15 and they are chalk n cheese. You can really tell the difference, crystal clear image.

timothymasonmonkeyboy

I have a pair of Nikon 8X25 Sport Lites, they're good for bird watching and taking to watch planes at Ringway. Looking through these makes the world seem brighter and clearer...as well as closer...amazing for the £50 I paid for 'em.

rexdare

Nice find, Also worth checking out Hawke, opticron and other similar brands who all do decent optics and usually a bit cheaper than photographic brands like Nikon, Pentax etc

Farmer_Humpf

Ooh. I have a JL Voucher and a Paypal voucher to use. This could work out well!

Twyll

Same price at John Lewis. And a few other places too. https://www.johnlewis.com/nikon-prostaff-3s-binoculars-8-x-42-black/p2763438

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