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Binosaurus_Rex

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    Beer, Gates,Texture,Sky,Looking,Binoculars,Ants,Mushrooms,Bacon,Cat,WalkingClockwise,Fields,Motorcycling,Water,OceanicTraversingVessels,Snow,Potatoes (not fried), Miscellaneous Creatures,Gardeneering.
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  1. I have bought the SP 10x50. First gap in the seemingly infinite cloud cover last night. Moon and Jupiter being the subjects of necessity, due to being encompassed by lmp Suns. Happy to wite I am extremely pleased with the view. Excellent. As per other peoples cons, the case/bag, lens covers are a let down. Could do with some 2" winged eyecups if anyone could point me in right direction? 20x60's next? A distinct possibility.
  2. After a bit of advice after searching for the relevant info, please. Are the two model lines in the topic title the same specification? Has anyone experience of buying via microglobe.co.uk? They have some very keen prices. Thanks.
  3. How about a classic, like the the Swift Audubon 8.5x44, Newport 10x50 or Swift Skipper 7x50 mk1 or 2 if you want wide angle. You could get a couple of pairs, possibly three for your budget.
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