Summary: These binoculars are light, portable and magnify significantly, so some people might think they are acceptable for very casual use. But I have to agree with others that the quality of the optics is really very poor. The focus is fuzzy, the contrast weak and the overall image dull.
Summary: I choose the 18x21 with a due sense of dread, expecting them to be so sensitive to movement and low light as to be unusable. As it turns out they are easy to hold still, probably because they are very very light, and even at dusk they give a reasonable image.
Summary: Does what it says on the box. Very good magnification but, as with all small binoculars needs a steady pair of hands. Well built. Only one niggle, the lens caps really don't stay on if the binocs are not in the case.
Summary: Bought these for my wife because she kept nicking my Opticron's, even though she does use them now and then she still uses my Opticron's, that's because the quality is miles apart after all you get what you pay for, just remember that when buying a pair of binoculars, these are fine for occasional...
Summary: Although very smrt and compact, they are very difficult to focus and with their narrow File of |View, all but useless for any moving object. In poor light they are really uselss. I would not recommend them and replaced them a pair of Nikons.
Summary: I love these binocs because they are incredibly tiny but nevertheless give a great picture. These sunagors are the first ones ive owned and are very different to my friends binocs which are about 5 times as big and an awful lot heavier.
Summary: Delivered on time and proved to be very good. Clear, light, easy to use. Only negative was the covers for the lenses which simply drop off and were subsequently ignored. They are just two pieces of plastic. Took the binoculars on a small tour of USA and they fitted in a pocket. Good value for money.