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PRAKTICA 10 x 34 mm Pioneer Waterproof Binoculars - Fog Proof - All Weather use - Low Stock Find - £37.47 @ Amazon
Posted 2nd AugPosted 2nd Aug
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

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.


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


Price showing as £69


Had to think about it for a moment (:I


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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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
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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)


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


Use this


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...🍌


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.

Celestron 21043 PowerSeeker 60EQ Refractor Telescope RRP £129 NOW £54.54 delivered at Amazon
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Posted 30th AprPosted 30th Apr
Celestron 21043 PowerSeeker 60EQ Refractor Telescope RRP £129 NOW £54.54 delivered at Amazon
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Quick and easy no-tool setup. Slow motion controls for smooth tracking Erect image optics - Ideal for terrestrial and astronomical use. Fully coated glass optical components with … Read more

Cheap telescopes like this almost put me off astronomy - bought a pair of decent bins instead and I can see much more and with much less faff!


Better off with a £54 pair of binoculars. Olympus are a decent brand. Quick look on amazon Same price £61 Also bargains to be had on ebay if you don't mind second hand. If you wear glasses you want something with excellent eye relief.


It is a very bad telescope anyway, so no harm done.


OOS only used now at this price time to expire

Free Activity Pack - Stickers, Activities, Bird Watching & More Goodies @ Lee Valley
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Posted 24th AprPosted 24th Apr
Free Activity Pack - Stickers, Activities, Bird Watching & More Goodies @ Lee Valley
Register for your FREE 'Lee Valley Filled with Fun' activity pack. We’ve made it easy to keep your kids entertained throughout the year! Our handy activity planner will give you h… Read more
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Free Bird Watching Pack Delivered @ RSPB
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Posted 18th AprPosted 18th Apr
Free Bird Watching Pack Delivered @ RSPB
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Enter your email address and register your details to claim your pack. If you are taking part with your family, select the ‘family pack’ with an option to receive it in the post or… Read more
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What am I missing here? This is not on anymore, no option to post it, only download pack?


Why has this just popped up on the What’s hot info on What’s app? The Big Garden Bird Watch is run from 26th to 28th January do has finished for this year!!!


Yup same here, it says I registered for the downloadable version, but i'm sure there was no option to pick a 'family pack'.




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Free Wildlife pack (Comes with Seeds,Stickers, Wall chart and Poster) @ The Wildlife Trusts
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Posted 13th AprPosted 13th Apr
Free Wildlife pack (Comes with Seeds,Stickers, Wall chart and Poster) @ The Wildlife Trusts
Can you do something wild every day throughout June? That’s 30 simple, fun and exciting Random Acts of Wildness. You will get a free pack of goodies to help you plan your wild mon… Read more
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(highfive) Thankyou


All ordered thanks :)


Ordered seeds from them twice a while ago on different promotions. Never received anything but got their marketing stuff come through just fine (annoyed)


Everything has a cost. Please only order if you intend to use it


Don’t trust this website. Heard it’s seedy (highfive)

Carson 10x50mm RD Series Lightweight Full Sized Open-Bridge Waterproof High Definition Binoculars (Amazon £61.29).
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Posted 13th AprPosted 13th Apr
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: The 8 x 42's are currently £141.65 o… Read more

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.


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



Earth - One Amazing Day 4K UHD & Blu-Ray £6.24 with Chili Code
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Posted 10th AprPosted 10th Apr
Earth - One Amazing Day 4K UHD & Blu-Ray £6.24 with Chili Code
£6.24£12.4950%Chili Deals
A reference level quality 4K release, Earth - One Amazing Day features scenes from Planet Earth re-narrated over by Robert Redford originally for the big screen and now for home en… Read more

Hmmm, not a good first experience of Chili! They accepted my order, then 6 hours later advise:- Unfortunately, the article below that you ordered is not available at the moment, but we're doing our best to get it to you as soon as possible! EDIT 14 April: Brilliant, they have shipped it today; but,for just a couple of days I wish they hadn't notified me of a delay. Confidence now restored. (y)


So this is just clips taken from the BBC series? I already have that on uhd blue ray is it worth getting this as well due to more or different footage?


Yep managed to sort it, for some reason it didn't give me any options to add to basket Looks like the Sicario 1 and 2 set is out of stock now too unless anybody can confirm otherwise?


Still in stock


think its out of stock now ;(

EgoEra Kids Telescopes reg 20X-30X-40X Adjustable  Science Telescope for Kids @ Amazon Warehouse Used Very Good £7.60 Prime £12.09 Non Prime
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Posted 6th AprPosted 6th Apr
EgoEra Kids Telescopes reg 20X-30X-40X Adjustable Science Telescope for Kids @ Amazon Warehouse Used Very Good £7.60 Prime £12.09 Non Prime
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£44.78 With Fishpond Only Two But These Would Be Great For The Children.One Available Used Very Good @ £7.60 One Available Used Like New £8.01 Good Luck All. 1, 20X-30X-40X magnif… Read more
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The 1-C guru strikes again!! <3


expired there were only two :(


yes that is the key thanks @Emmsa76 :)


Got in quick enough for once and ordered one for my niece, thanks AC.


now, for £14.99 only

FREE BBC Blue Planet Live Booklets & Posters @ The Open University
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Posted 26th MarPosted 26th Mar
The direct link to the order form if you just want to order straight away: Order Form :) Edit : They also have Blue Planet 2 Resources Available also! Click here for t… Read more
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Ordered for my daughter who I homeschool,thank you.


They have some Blue Planet 2 ones available also:




Thanks for posting! I ordered mine after watching blue planet a few days ago!


Nice one. Will get the kids to check it out and order some. (y)

Nikon Prostaff 3S 8X42 Binoculars now £89.99 delivered with Prime only at Amazon
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Posted 24th MarPosted 24th Mar
Nikon Prostaff 3S 8X42 Binoculars now £89.99 delivered with Prime only at Amazon
good for bird watching :{
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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.


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 well as closer...amazing for the £50 I paid for 'em.


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


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


Same price at John Lewis. And a few other places too.

Celestron 50mm Refractor Telescope W/Tripod & 5 Eyepieces £29.99 @ Ryman (Free C&C/£3.50 Delivery)
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Celestron 50mm Refractor Telescope W/Tripod & 5 Eyepieces £29.99 @ Ryman (Free C&C/£3.50 Delivery)
£29.99£4533%Ryman Deals
Perfect combination of quality, value, features and power for the first time buyer.
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The general ignorance about telescopes is on display repeatedly in television programs. I am always seeing reflectors set up back to front because no one on the set, including cameramen who ought to understand optics, knows the difference between reflectors and refractors. I just saw an old episode of Death in Paradise where the female detective looks through the finder scope on a reflector, backwards, and her supposed view onscreen is represented as a highly magnified upright image. The main optics are of course pointed at her shoulder.


A post I created for another forum: Why cheap scopes are good for our hobby. I'm on a deals website and from time to time there is a cheap telescope deal. I used to be an aperture snob and knock every cheap scope down but I've totally changed my mind. Even posters on here, who had the forsight of joining this forum are blinded by the scope they want - they'll ask advice and then ignore it because they just want a telescope. People get knocked for ignoring advice and this puts people off either asking or worse, the hobby. I too have fallen into this trap. Years ago I wanted a Celestron 130 Goto scope. I'm totally light polluted (and I mean totally) but I wanted a Goto because I love the subject and I thought a Goto would help me find the objects under light polluted skies. The company I bought from didn't have the 130 so I bought the 102SLT instead. I could have waited but I wanted a Goto therefore I must have a Goto! While the 102 has helped me see Uranus and Neptune, I rarely use it instead I use my more obvious choice of binoculars. People don't want binoculars though which in my opinion are the best choice for beginners. Nor do they want to go to their nearest club and talk to people who may give decent advice. They want a telescope and if it looks like a telescope then they must have a telescope! It doesn't matter about specs as it didn't in my case. Everyone's circumstances are also different. I've to lug my scope out and set it up and this takes a whopping 5 minutes. Wow you may think, 5 minutes but it's still a frustration when my bins are grab and go. I regularly see comments of buy a 12" light bucket when people don't know the posters circumstances. A 12" is both massive and heavy! People also don't have money to spend. I regularly see posts of "I've a £100 budget" yet the in the first post or 2 is "Here's something at £200". The sensible thing is to wait but people don't want to wait, they want things now. Imo I'd now recommend people spend as little as possible to start with. If this means a cheap £30 department store scope from a deals website then so be it. Let them get the scope and learn by there mistakes. Most will get frustrated and it's understandable but there are a few who will get full use and work out what they really need. For these people I salute you, we all have to learn somewhere. For some it will be a lifelong hobby. For those that have bought a department store scope, don't think of it as money wasted but as an education gained. I've seen remarkable results from something as simple as a smartphone and a 50mm binocular eyepiece. You can see and do plenty with such scopes with a little dedication and work. I'm now going to be an advocate of cheap scopes. People really don't know what they need and a £30 department scope is a much cheaper mistake than something at £300 or £3000. Thoughts?


Do I win a prize :/


Then long eye relief not as important then. Olympus 8x40 dpsi are well regarded for the cash, otherwise you might find some 2nd hand bargains. Pentax do some excellent models, don't think they make a bad set.



3" Reflector Telescope W/ 2 Eyepieces (15X & 50X) + 3X Barlow Lens £29.97 @ Jessops (Free Click&Collect)
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Posted 20th FebPosted 20th Feb
3" Reflector Telescope W/ 2 Eyepieces (15X & 50X) + 3X Barlow Lens £29.97 @ Jessops (Free Click&Collect)
£29.97£89.9967%Jessops Deals
Ideal first telescope for anyone interested in astronomy.
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Thank you so much, she is very petite so a tripod will definitely help.


I got those binoculars for that price as the box was damaged. However they are worth the £69 that they cost new. I just looked on eBay and there's theses which are even better. They're also only £70 new now which is amazing! The Skymasters 15x70. Without a doubt in my mind those are what you want, you'll see the moon's around Jupiter with those, maybe even Saturn's. *Edit at 9 she might not be able to hold these. In fact I don't think she will at all, they are a strain on even my wrists and I do manual work for a living. *Edit two get a cheap tripod and those binoculars. Job done. *Edit 3 first time I saw Saturn through them, blew my mind.


Do you have any further information on these please? My daughter wanted a telescope for her 9th birthday but reading through the thread I’m thinking she may get on better with these for our £50ish budget? Many thanks


The 25x70's are too dark for astronomy - too much power for their aperture. If you divide the second number (aperture) by the first number (magnification), you want it to be around 5 or so for astronomy (this is the exit pupil, or the cone of light that enters your eye, in mm). If you are under 30 years old so your pupil can dilate more, you'd ideally even want it up to 7, as in 7x50, 10x70 etc. For 70mm, 12x70 is probably the sweet-spot. Be aware that the higher the magnification and greater the weight the less possible it is to hand hold binoculars. The 10x50 are considered the maximum handheld - although I personally never go over 8x, since I find even 10x to require effort to hold still. For over 10x you definitely need a tripod.


No they are the 12x70's which are £69.99.

Celestron AstroMaster 130EQ-MD Telescope - £44.95 @ John Lewis & Partners
Posted 19th FebPosted 19th Feb
Celestron AstroMaster 130EQ-MD Telescope - £44.95 @ John Lewis & Partners
Incredible price drop for this superb 5.5inch Newtonian telescope. Includes a free 2 year guarantee.

Try the buying guide here:


Haha I had to laugh at that (y) (lol)


The sky is probably the best place.


I'm after a telescope but have no idea where to start! Never used one before nor have any knowledge of one. Any pointers on where I should start looking? Many thanks


Sorry everyone. I posted this thinking it was still current. My Bad, apologies.

Nikon Aculon A211 8x42 Binoculars - Black £37.97 @ Amazon
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Nikon Aculon A211 8x42 Binoculars - Black £37.97 @ Amazon
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The Nikon Aculon A211 Binocular range inherits the excellent performance of existing models to deliver a detailed view of your outdoor experiences. They are ideal for a broad spect… Read more

i missed it, theyre back to full price now (79.90)....


oos at currys


Same price in Curry’s...


Ordered, thanks


Ordered. Needed a second pair of binos for when the wife comes too, Cheers!

Tasco Sierra 8x25 Waterproof Compact Binoculars £7.97 @ Jessops
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Posted 13th JanPosted 13th Jan
Tasco Sierra 8x25 Waterproof Compact Binoculars £7.97 @ Jessops
Looking for some enhanced eyes and after the tasco 10*50's, these little 8x25's are a bargain, and waterproof. Jessops own brand 10x25's @£12.49 went 200deg plus, so at nearly hal… Read more

Better with these ;) maxmix


Some of the drama queens comments have been ridiculous about spygate.I.e. Keown, Collymore, Jena's etc Collymore??? A woman beater and a dogger preaching about morals. What a laugh.


Immediately I posted they went oos, looked again back, Packard rightly said oos, and just looked again back in stock. Jessops obviously having issues but seemingly they are still available. Hope it helps





Celestron 21048 PowerSeeker 80EQ Telescope - Amazon Prime Only £89.99
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Celestron 21048 PowerSeeker 80EQ Telescope - Amazon Prime Only £89.99
£89.99£14538%Amazon Deals
This is an excellent beginner telescope from one of the best manufacturers. Be warned that it takes a lot of time and effort to learn how to use a telescope properly. The views are… Read more
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My point is, using myself as an example, i dont have a local club to ask anyone and i dont know anyone with a telescope either. I didnt ask online but have read dozens of responses to people who have and they all say the same thing and the asker is never any wiser for asking. Its usually an opportunity for experts to spout a ton of technical data way beyond the comprehension of a beginner. Take Ecuador s slide show about buying a telescope, its enough to put you off for life. Tnheres nothing positive to say and its contradictory, going from dont buy cheap japanese to japanese scopes are good. Everything has a but after it, UK Orion were good but not now... meade are ok but the japs bought it etc. I would say never ask an expert what scope to buy because t bybey have either forgot since they moved so far on or they will assume your Patrick Moore and talk techno beyond your understanding. They will never reccomend anything. Personally i would suggest buying second hand and making sure the mirror is clean, avoid anything resembling a toy. So dont buy anything from national geographic, tasco or bresser anything else will do for long enough to see if you like it. Celestron, who cares if its not a pure design and their eyepieces are 17th century as long as you can see the moon and saturns rings and the polar regions of mars... Astronomy experts are just brim full of how we dont understand this or that and its always negative never enlightening and engaging. They are aston martin drivers and your asking them what kind of banger to get for your first car. Its beyond their reality, to be fair its not their fault, that question about what first scope is the only one they see from beginners because once asked they will forever avoid asking such an expert again so they put all their effort and kniwledge into answering what should be a simple question. Like, no one asked what not to buy and why did they?


Got to start somewhere so beginner is the usual term- save yourself a world of pain and money and not buying a shit scope you shall use twice - speak to people at your local club that do this night in night out and you’ll find out two things the scope for you and if you want to spend money carrying on in the hobby- Also anyone that asks you when you’re a “beginner” to ignore anyone giving advice about being a “beginner” should be ignored.


For beginners ignore all advice that begins with -for beginners, this phrase guarantees you a load of complicated advice that makes getting a look through a telescope seem impossible after all the hoop jumping and clauses and do this and this etc Get something you can return easily if your not happy.


For Beginners; Find your local Astronomy club and go to one of their evenings you’ll see a plethora of scopes and will gain invaluable advice as to whether you’re a local (solar system) or traveller (deep space objects) type of viewer and that will save a world of pain when choosing the type and the cost of scope. Try Wolas if in London there are many clubs through out the country. Refractor man myself.


That is correct, binoculars correct the +/-, so hyperopia/presbyopia and myopia, but will not correct astigmatism. The issue is though that you'd have to use them by yourself. As an eyeglass wearer I make sure my binoculars are appropriate to use with glasses on, as when I am with others we all use glasses if we need them so a single focusing for good eyesight means people pass them around without having to refocus.

Tasco 10×50 Binoculars £16.97 @ Jessops - Free c&c
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Tasco 10×50 Binoculars £16.97 @ Jessops - Free c&c
£16.97£19.9915%Jessops Deals
This are great binoculars and can't believe they are at this price now. I paid £30 in the summer for them. Grrrr
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Brillant post


I love tits. No matter what size they are


Lovely pair of tits


£146.88 on Amazon so may not be a bad reduction!


Very funny...NOT.

Jessops 10x25 Compact Binoculars - 12.49 (50% off)  + Receive a Free Jessops Large Optical Cleaning Cloth worth £6.99 + 2% Quidco
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Posted 28th Dec 2018Posted 28th Dec 2018
Jessops 10x25 Compact Binoculars - 12.49 (50% off) + Receive a Free Jessops Large Optical Cleaning Cloth worth £6.99 + 2% Quidco
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The Jessops 10x25 binoculars are an Ultra-Portable set of binoculars, ideal to take anywhere. Custom-designed and manufactured for outdoor recreation and sports enthusiasts, these … Read more
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Yep, decent quality and my niece liked it very much.


How good it is? I'm going to take my daughter to a theatre soon.


Jail-time hopefully (shock)


Did you manage to catch something ;)

Carson 10x50 3D Series ED Glass HD Binoculars £216.65 @ Amazon
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Carson 10x50 3D Series ED Glass HD Binoculars £216.65 @ Amazon
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A niche deal this but there is currently a good price reduction on these binoculars. Cheapest they've been on Amazon since Oct 2015 and over £100 cheaper than they were just a few … Read more

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