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Viking merlin ed 8x32 or Zeiss Terra ED 8x25 (1 Viewer)

Reli

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United Kingdom
Hi all,

I like bird/wild life watching (mostly when hiking) and I would like to purchase a pair of binoculars but I am finding hard to decide ( a lots of options out there). I am willing to spend around £200 - £250 max if that is enough to get me a good pair of binoculars.

I found the following in offer and I am hoping if you can help to decide.

Viking merlin ed 8x32 - £150
Zeiss terra ed 8x25 - £205

Which one is better value for the money.

Cheers
 

Foss

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Hi Reli,
24 hours + on your post and no one has chimed in. Unusual! Perhaps a modified version of your post will help:
I like bird/wild life watching (mostly when hiking) and I would like to purchase a pair of binoculars but I am finding hard to decide ( a lots of options out there). I am willing to spend around £200 - £250 max if that is enough to get me a good pair of binoculars. Any suggestions?
 

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I would get the Hawk Frontier ED X 8x32 at your price point.

 

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Reli

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United Kingdom
Thanks for the reply.

That was my first choice before I found this offers.
I do like the hawke but I thought that for over £100 less I would get better value for the money binoculars.
 

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