Reviews and Problems with Olympus Roamer 8x21 DPC I
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Liked them so much, bought a second pair!
topfuziel, B&H Photo
19 May 2015
Excerpt: I have used these binoculars for watching ballet for about 5 years. They are a convenient size for either a medium size purse or deep pockets. My daughter recently became a birdwatcher and has taken over ownership of these glasses so I had to get a second pair!
Excerpt: The company I work for has a pair of these binoculars that we use to view product numbers on items stacked very high, which saves time by not having to use a cherry picker or fork lift to bring the items down. I feel in love with these binoculars and had to get a pair for myself.
Pros: Close Focus, Compact, Lightweight, Quality Lenses, Strong Construction, Works Well With Glasses
Excerpt: I was really pleased when I opened the package and the binoculars that were previously back-ordered arrived. The B.O. really was short-lived only a couple of weeks. The price was excellent. As season ticket holders at the Nashville Symphony, we wanted a lower powered binocular for the concerts.
Pros: Close Focus, Compact, Lightweight, Quality Lenses, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I got 2 pairs of these for my kiddos, and they are a great little glass. Very small, very bright, easy to use. I will totally be borrowing these for events. They bottom line is they perform above their price point. Are they going to replace a good set of porros, no.
Excerpt: Finally found a binocular that is suitable for ultralight backpacking that focusses quickly and easily and adjusts perfectly to my eyes, i.e. forms a perfect circle of vision. Despite the technical numbers, low-light viewing is excellent for me.
Pros: Close Focus, Compact, Easy To Adjust To Eyes An, Easy to focus, Lightweight, Quality Lenses, Strong Construction
Excerpt: Purchased to replace my wife's 8X20 Nikon Travelite. She was especially fond of the tiny size & light weight of the Nikon, but they were drowned in a canoing accident, and Nikon's smallest Travelites, 8X25, are significantly bulkier & heavier.
Excerpt: These are great binoculars for someone who wants to use for general use, such as at concerts, sporting events or outdoors. They fit well in the hands and are easy to operate, providing a sharp image.
Pros: Compact, Lightweight, Quality Lenses, Strong Construction