Reviews and Problems with Swarovski Optik SLC Range
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Fantastic High Power Binoculars
31 January 2016
Summary: I already owned two other pair of Swaro's and wanted a good set of high power binocs for long distance viewing. I initially bought the Vortex Kaibab 15x56 from Cabelas but was just not pleased with clarity. I sold those and got the Swarovski 15x56 SLC HD's.
Summary: After lining up all the binoculars in this size and power on the counter in the store and comparing clarity and light transmission, these were the winner. ( I have to say the Vortex Viper HD was pretty darn close for a lot less money) I purchased them during the employee pricing sale, one of the few...
Summary: When I purchased my Swaro binos and spotting scope 8 years ago from Cabela's, about when HD first came out, I was trying to figure out if HD was worth the extra money so I contacted Swarovski to get their input and they told me the only benefit to having HD is when one is taking pics with the optic.
Summary: I'm not wealthy, but paid a kings ransom for these anyway; expecting them to be heirloom quality. They make for truly amazing viewing (will use mostly for birding), but when I got them home (April 28) I realized that the zipper on the case was defective.
Summary: I bought these binos after years of debate with myself on wether it was worth the big price tag? My final answer? Yes it is .If your in the outdoors year after year in an attempt to harvest game, or on a family vacation at yellow stone or on the lake for a weekend outing great optics are priceless.
Summary: I like my 8/32s KAHLES made by Swarovski. They are good to have when bow or gun hunting. I like a light pair of glasses. Not to heavy carry all day. So I went up a little, 8/42s Swarovski. What a difference . It's like everything is closer, an clear. Glad I made the upgrade .
Summary: I was looking for the best high power binoculars on the market and after extensive research, I settled on the Swarovski 15X56. They are very clear edge to edge (but not as good as the 8.5x42 EL) and work well in low light conditions.
Summary: We use these extensively for rock chuck shooting and it literally is a game changer. I mount them on a Manfrotto 055 tripod set off to my left side with the center column horizontal, this places the binocular over the left side of my shooting bench. That allows me to rest my elbows on the bench too!