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Vanguard Endeavor ED II 10x 42 Review (1 Viewer)

Sidirezegh

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United States
I had an excellent customer service experience with Vanguard. I lost one of the rubberized caps that cover the twist-up eyecups, and a call to Vanguard got me a free replacement in the mail in a matter of days.
 

Colt3840

Member
United States
Thank you for this review I do have one question how would these rate against Vortex Diamondbacks and Vipers? I am looking at the 8x32's and 8x42's

Thanks
 

Dipperdapper

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Thank you for this review I do have one question how would these rate against Vortex Diamondbacks and Vipers? I am looking at the 8x32's and 8x42's

Thanks
Hello,
Thank you for the feedback. I've never test driven either of those Vortex binos, but I did have issues(tunnelling) with the smaller 8 x 28 Diamondback HD. So I can't really comment on these other than to guess that the Endeavor ED II might sit somewhere between the Diamondback HD and the Viper.

Best wishes,

Neil.
 

Colt3840

Member
United States
Hello,
Thank you for the feedback. I've never test driven either of those Vortex binos, but I did have issues(tunnelling) with the smaller 8 x 28 Diamondback HD. So I can't really comment on these other than to guess that the Endeavor ED II might sit somewhere between the Diamondback HD and the Viper.

Best wishes,

Neil.
Thank You
 

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