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Helios Lightquest-HR High Resolution 20x100

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I have the 11x70 model which has preferred Baush and Lomb body. Excellent optics and eye relief.

Are the 20x100s as good optically, and do they have the same high eye relief?

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I have  the 20x100 lightquests..eye relief is 20mm...which is great for me as i have to wear specs whilst viewing...i find them very good for both lunar and stars...they need a sturdy tripod and good head though as they weigh nearly 4kgs...

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