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    Review by 'Samandag' on item 'Vortex Viper HD 6x32'

    These are very useful, everyone should own a pair :t: My work involves using binoculars and I am always looking for opportunities to match specific practical purposes with particular binocular specifications. Rather than looking to buy a standard specification, be it an 8x42 or a 10x42, and...
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    Vortex Viper HD 6x32

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    Review by 'Samandag' on item 'Kenko Ultraview EX OP DH II 8x32'

    Super lightweight, grab and go anywhere quality birding 8x32. :t: Perhaps there is a tendency among binocular users and reviewers to be really positive about the first new binocular of Spring and I am sure that I am not the only person to have experienced a feeling of Spring euphoria this year...
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    Kenko Ultraview EX OP DH II 8x32

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    Review by 'Samandag' on item 'Byfield Tracker 8x56 polarised binoculars'

    Ergonomic and technical specifications for the Byfield Tracker 8x56 are available here : http://www.byfieldoptics.com/index.php/polarised-binoculars Byfield Optics exhibit at marine, sports fishing, outdoors, hunting, and military expos all over Australia, the Middle and Far East, you can keep...
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    Byfield Tracker 8x56 polarised binoculars

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    Review by 'Samandag' on item 'Kenko DH MS 8x32'

    Good quality, inexpensive, all purpose and super compact 8x32. Kenko-Tokina, originally established as Kenko Co. Ltd in 1957, is a first flight independent optics development and manufacturing company headquartered in Tokyo, Japan with development engineers, mechanics and production facilities...
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    Kenko DH MS 8x32

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    Review by 'Samandag' on item 'Byfield Recon 10x42 polarised binoculars'

    I've really very much enjoyed reviewing these and having handled them for only a week or so am pleased to give them a designated place in the binocular rack. It's true ; you can never have too much practical kit. You can find the manufacturer here : http://www.byfieldoptics.com Manufacturers...
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    Byfield Recon 10x42 polarised binoculars

    Many of us wear polarised sunglasses and anyone who does so will appreciate that using them transforms the view. Polarisation improves contrast, it increases visual perception and the view can seem more intense, colours are natural and definition improved. Glare, eyestrain and visual tension are...
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    Review by 'Samandag' on item 'Burris Montana 8x32'

    Bought a couple of these as stocking fillers and on first impressions a good buy. I guess these may be the last binoculars we will see from Burris, surely a nice little collector's item. I'll return to the appraisal in use as time allows.
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    Burris Montana 8x32

    Burris Optics has it's home in Greeley, Colorado, USA, and is a subsidiary of the pan-global Italian/American arms manufacturer Beretta. Beretta is the oldest maker of weapons in the world (since 1526). The Beretta Group includes Benelli (Italy), Franchi (Italy), Uberti (Italy), Sako and Tikka...
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