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  1. dries1

    Choosing New Binoculars

    Analogj, One thing you will realize with the lower cost glass is to get a good sample. Many will be like yours, (faulty diopter and likely out of collimation) they will be sent back to the vendor only to be sold to the next disappointed customer. The key is if you get a good sample, hold onto...
  2. dries1

    Choosing New Binoculars

    I think you would prefer the Athlon over the "Terror". Andy W.
  3. dries1

    Choosing New Binoculars

    I guess when one is looking for a <$400 glass, a "no questions asked warranty" will be a prerequisite. Andy W.
  4. dries1

    Choosing New Binoculars

    Choosing new Binoculars There are always at least two sides to a story, the aforementioned statement is one of them, buying used premium glass at discount is another. I always wonder if a Warranty is really for life... Hmmmmm.... Andy W.
  5. dries1

    Choosing New Binoculars

    Analogj, Seems that you have viewed some good glass, try the Nikons for a while, then later on you can upgrade if you want to (more $$ of course). Just remember much of the glass you have tried out/recommended to you are prone to faulty mechanics so if you get a good one, keep it. There are...
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