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  1. neilold

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    Good and rubbish

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    Ohhhhh, so good

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    I don't believe it, we agree on something cloud.

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    Smoking bad

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    Bad. Very bad.

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    Damn it Nicola.

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    I don't think they're good, but they are deffinitely no rubbish. If nothing, it's milestone in science.

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    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).
    Thanks.


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    True so therefore good (and not something I'm particularly happy about doing btw)

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    Rubbish, unless your on holiday.

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