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Arrow Celestron SkyMaster Pro 20x80mm Porro Binocular - £153.76 @ Amazon
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Posted 31st JulPosted 31st Jul
Large 80 mm objective lenses for excellent light gathering in low light conditions or for astronomical observing. Detachable RSR rail for attaching an optional red dot finderscop… Read more

£121.93 on June 8 this year. I've set a camel price tracker. Heat added.


Pluto IS a planet. Ignore the boffins they know nowt.


i know for a fact that the woman over the road is stalking me i caught her typing my name into google the other night through my binoculars


im finding Uranus being gaseous hysterical right now XD


It's not one of the criteria that defines a planet, a planet can be gaseous. There are 3 things that define a planet (although there is still some debate): needs to be orbiting the Sun, has sufficient mass to assume hydrostatic equilibrium and has cleared the neighborhood around its orbit (basically meaning there are no other things in comparable size to the planet itself).

Pentax SP 20x60 Waterproof Binoculars - £249 delivered @ Jessops
Posted 30th JulPosted 30th Jul
The Pentax SP 20x60 Waterproof Binoculars were created for heavy duty applications. The rubber armoured waterproof and nitrogen-purged body withstands weather, dust or rough impact… Read more

Much cheaper at Firstlightoptics, £219. they also have a customer return for £177




Good price. Sure these were £228 @ Wex photography not to long ago.

Bushnell Legacy WP Binoculars 10x50 Magnification £84.38 @ Amazon
Posted 11th JulPosted 11th Jul
* Bushnell Legacy WP 10x50 Porro prism Binoculars * BAK 4 glass * Fully multi coated lenses * Nitrogen purged for fog proof viewing *100% Waterproof to IPX7 standards * 65deg viewi… Read more

They show as £84.14 to me. I’ve ordered. It seems to be free postage and will take a week to arrive plus free returns, so if they’re no better than another make I’ve already got, I’ll hopefully be refunded without an argument.


Oh. Thanks for explaining.


It was a joke, as your original post about the 3000+ mile trip seemed very arbitrary using a specific distance and also raised questions - would this be a 3000+ mile trip in a plane? On a donkey? Will the binoculars be dangling from the donkey's back - that last condition might affect the optics indeed, banging them might misalign the prisms :) Otherwise this seems like a decent price - it's the same price as the standard retail for the Opticron Adventurer 10x50 WP, which are normally a better deal as the Bushnells are usually a bit more expensive, but at the same price these have a bit wider FoV and they advertise better Waterproofing (inc. nitrogen), although I've never tried them myself. I've been happy with non-WP bushnells otherwise (including my first ever binoculars).


Bizarre post !


2999 mile ok?

Nikon ACULON T02 8x21 Binoculars - £44.99 Amazon Prime Exclusive @ Amazon
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Posted 21st JunPosted 21st Jun
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The Pentax UD 10x21's look good at £41.49, must resist buying more bins.....


I don't know about soft, but the image will be dark on any 10x21 binoculars. If you divide aperture (21mm) by magnification (10x) you get a 2.1mm exit pupil, which is very small. The image becomes brighter the bigger the exit pupil, with a max usable exit pupil of around 5-7mm (the latter for young people). Avoid getting too much magnification for the aperture if I want bright images. My personal favourite portables are 7x35, they are at the limit of "concert binocular size" but they let me see much better than my 8x25, so I prefer them.


I have the 10x21 Aculon version and got to say am not impressed with the build or the optics. Focus mechanism is stiff and uneven and the image is dark and soft. Only thing in their favour is compactness. I also have the Nikon Sportster EX 10x25 and the difference is literally night and day. So much sharper and brighter, and very smooth operation. Nikon dropped the ball with this range, not worth £44 in my view. My two Nikons below.


Pentax are a bit better with low light (due to bigger exit pupil) and are waterproof, these have a slightly wider Field of view and are more compact. Both come with high quality optics.


These or the pentax posted earlier?

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Praktica CDFN840BK 8x40 Binoculars - Black £18.25 (+£4.49 Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Praktica CDFN840BK 8x40 Binoculars - Black £18.25 (+£4.49 Non Prime) @ Amazon£18.65£3952% offAmazon Deals
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Link please


Cheaper on eBay now


Price is creeping


went up to 17.81. still purchased. :)