Summary: I bought these bins back in 2010. I have peculiar lopsided eyesight so assumed this was the reason I couldn't use them so stuffed them away in a cupboard. Unearthed them recently to give to my daughter for her forthcoming trip but she couldn't see either. Tried them out on a couple more people - same thing. It seems the left side lens is faulty and will not focus.
Summary: I needed a small pocket binoculars for bird watching, so I bought these. The image quality and workmanship of these binoculars are excellent. Carrying case is solid as well. Only thing - one of the eyecups tends to come off very easily and may get lost.
Summary: I bought a pair of Luger LG 10x25 binoculars and thought that they were reasonably compact, such so that I ordered a second pair. Unfortunatly they were faulty and had to be replaced by a third pair. These also were faulty and rather that check all of the stock with replacement after replacement requested and received a refund. Something also needs to be said about Amazon Prime.
Summary: The first set of these binoculars I received were defective. One of the hinges supporting one side of the binoculars was "Floppy". I received a replacement which only lasted a couple of months (with very little use) before something went wrong with the focus on one side. The reasonable price and lightweight specs of this item make it look an attractive option but the build quality is just not up to the task.
Summary: The first pair that arrived were faulty, in that nothing was visible in the left eye as the lens had come loose. I returned them and got a new pair which I think are great for the price. I was quite surpised just how small and light these bins were. I have a larger more expensire pair which are 10 x 50 but to be honest the only difference is the amount of light that enters the lens. Other than that the quality is comparible.