Excerpt: For a cheaper binocluar I wasn't expecting all that much really, but I have to say I'm stunned at the quality in these. The clarity of vision is great, nice and crisp all the way out to the lowest views. It may not be as good as your $ dollar makes but hey, where not paying a thousand K hey.
Summary: I bought this product as low budget backup equipment for short range archery shooting. It gives a very clear image under good light conditions. The eye cups and plastic covers does not look high quality, but are fine for the price.
Summary: Good price for what seems to be good quality binocs. But, be aware that they are heavy. They are not small and light like some of the "miniature" binocs available. The weight does help to stabilize the viewing, especially for the strength of the lenses.
Excerpt: I'll start out with saying these are great for quick panning and for distances from 30 yards or more. They are not 100% in focus but still offer a nice view. When panning around you will find anything within 30 yards will be blury but these are nice for anything over 30yards. I like them.
Excerpt: Basic carry along binocs, easy to use one handed. I had shouder surgery and could reach up with a second hand to focus. When I saw the auto focus feature, I thought cool. Entry level product, but you almost always want another pair with more power, and if two people want to see the same thing at the...
Pros: Auto focus 1 handed use, Lightweight, Works Well With Glasses
Summary: Just completed a full Tasmanian fallow deer season hunting in eucalypt forest and dense pine plantation. Found the light gathering ability excellent. Far superior to my old 8x32 Trophy's and I think better than my 8x36 Nikon Monarch's.