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  1. Wish these were the Opticron Adventurer 10x50 T WP , obviously not at this price but in the sale
  2. PRAKTICA Discovery Series

    Extract from the site I have seen them on. The perfect binocular for outdoor enthusiasts looking for a solid, multipurpose accessory for their travels. The PRAKTICA Series roof prism design and multi-coated optics deliver crystal clear images at an affordable price. Built with a durable rubber body, these waterproof, fogproof and nitrogen purged binoculars can survive all conditions. Whether you are a birdwatcher, sports fan or traveller you can be assured that these binoculars will last a lifetime.
  3. Hi all, I have looked for some reviews on these but not found anything. Has anyone any experience in these at all are they worth it as a starter set or should I buy better. Many thanks
  4. Opticron Adventurer II 10x50s arrive

    I was hoping to get a black Friday deal on these searched high and low but so far no bargains, look forward to a full review
  5. Celestron Sky Master 20x80 Bins

    Thanks for this
  6. Celestron Sky Master 20x80 Bins

    Did you use these on a tripod or just hand held? If hand held how long do you think you would be able to use them without too much shake? Thanks
  7. Could anyone identify these please?

    Thanks for the help, being offered at £20 but don't want to waste the money if no good, prefer to put it to a better set if not sure
  8. Could anyone identify these please?

    Already asked as mentioned above, unfortunately they can't see anything
  9. Hi someone local is selling these but can not find a name or logo, is anyone able to identify these from the pictures please? Thanks
  10. Hello

    Many thanks
  11. Hello

    Thanks for this, the map looks amazing
  12. First set advice and recommendations

    Thanks for this link much appreciated
  13. I am new to stargazing and from what I have read binoculars are the best way to go for someone new. I have read a few posts in here about different makes etc but the More I read the more confused I get. I am looking for recommendations for a starter set around £100. I have seen a set of Celestron SkyMaster 15x70 Porro Prism Binoculars for £72 new but open to other ideas either new or used. Many thanks in advance
  14. Hello

    Many thanks for this
  15. Hello

    His all, I am a completely new person to stargazing, even don't know where the planets are yet, however I have a static caravan in the UK countryside and often spend time just looking up and wondering. I find the whole thing fascinating and wanting to do a little more to see our solar system. I have been lurking in the background reading some of the posts and now decided to join and gain an understanding from your experience and knowledge, first port of call will be binoculars forum.
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