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Discussion in 'THE AIGBURTH ARMS' started by neilold, Jan 31, 2018.
Good and rubbish
I think the winter Olympics are great
Ohhhhh, so good
I don't believe it, we agree on something cloud.
Bad. Very bad.
The Manchester meet up?
The Sweetest Prince.
Damn it Nicola.
The Manchester Meet Up was wonderful.
Foamy wee wee
A suufffae gereiihvvit
Sing, Sing, Sing
Self driving cars
I don't think they're good, but they are deffinitely no rubbish. If nothing, it's milestone in science.
Good. I’m a particular fan of the RSPB Puffin 8 x 32. Why? Well, typically they are sold at RSPB bird reserves, they cost a bargain £55 yet the image you see through them is clear and crisp with little distortion, and you won’t spend ages adjusting them thanks to the wide 7.5° field of view.
True, for £55 you don’t get such luxuries as extra-close focusing (take the 2.5m close focus claim with a large pinch of salt, it's actually longer than 3m), and they’re quite soft at the edges of the field of view. The strap and pouch are basic, and eye-relief is a low 13.6mm. FYI @Bluey - Glasses wearers would be well advised to try these out before buying.
However, the binoculars themselves feel solidly made, they’re light and portable and offer screw-out eye-cups – a lot more than you’d expect for the money.
To conclude, the thing I love most about them is the 8x magnification; 32mm objective lenses; 7.5° field of view; 13.6mm eye relief; adjustable eye cups; 2.5m (claimed) close focusing distance; 489g (with strap and lens caps).
BigOleDummy’s story about killing someone....
True so therefore good (and not something I'm particularly happy about doing btw)
Rubbish, unless your on holiday.
Non alcoholic beer