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Vortex Crossfire 10x50 vs 12x50


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6 minutes ago, BinocularSky said:

Lovely binos. Just in case you're interested, Diamondbacks (usually 10x42) are a firm favourite with some South African game wardens, because of their optical/mechaincal quality and their ruggedness (and, I guess, the transferrable lifetime guarantee) .

That’s good to hear. I watched quite a few YouTube videos on the Vortex binos before I ordered. Somewhat naively, I expected to see lots of birdwatchers and astronomers testing them out. What I actually found was loads of red-neck hunting types. I watched some really bizarre stuff. But they all concurred that they were great binos, so job done, albeit in a strange way 😀

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The Diamondbacks turned up early this morning. My initial reaction, when I saw how small the box appeared to be, was that they had sent me the binos without the Glass Case, so I was already on the bac

Debating session over. Just ordered the Vortex Diamondback 10x50’s. Hopefully here on Wednesday

Thanks @cupton. I read a few reviews, and they did say that there was very little difference between the two, with the DB’s being marginally better. I’m hopefully only buying once, so decided to push

4 hours ago, cupton said:

Glad you got them and the initial impressions are good. like I said, I really enjoy mine. I have multiple Vortex products and I am a very satisfied customer. Enjoy!!! Now you just need to wait out the cloud cover. Or you can do what I do in the meantime and zoom in on the dog, the plants on the shelf, the children sitting in the chair next to you just so you can creep them out. ;) 

Ahh so im not only 1 does that lol🤣

 

Ande enjoy your bins mate :thumbsup:

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3 hours ago, Ande said:

That’s good to hear. I watched quite a few YouTube videos on the Vortex binos before I ordered. Somewhat naively, I expected to see lots of birdwatchers and astronomers testing them out. What I actually found was loads of red-neck hunting types. I watched some really bizarre stuff. But they all concurred that they were great binos, so job done, albeit in a strange way 😀

I know what you mean. I've seen the same videos. Some are entertaining and then some after a while leave me scratching my head wondering why I just wasted multiple minutes watching someone unbox a pair of binoculars. Did I really learn anything? I never understood those unboxing videos. Thats just me though. I've personally never really found them particularly useful. Your mileage may vary. ;)

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