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School of Hard Binocs

You can live your entire life without binoculars, sure. But what about all that stuff over there? How are you going to see that? You're just going to walk up to it? That's going to be a lot of walking! Why not save yourself some time?



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nihil


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This is a good guide to understanding the basics of binocular specs and types: http://www.gorp.com/gear-guide/travel-ta-birdwatching-horseback-riding-ecotourism-biking-sidwcmdev_052969.html

eclectus


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School of.... have you guy NO shame?

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eclectus wrote:School of.... have you guy NO shame?



mrsjhaye


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I own the Safari Pro and use almost daily at work. Have had for over a year and no problems, great set of biniculars, easy to focus, and I really like that they are small and lightweight.

mjc613


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mrsjhaye wrote:I own the Safari Pro and use almost daily at work. Have had for over a year and no problems, great set of biniculars, easy to focus, and I really like that they are small and lightweight.



Thanks. I was wondering if I needed to spend a lot more than this to get the kind of quality you are describing.