Why buy anything else ~ you'll just be dissapointed
1 June 2013
Summary: I like the Swarovski 15X56 for versatility over long range & the "doubler"[DOUBLER IS A 2X additional eyepiece available from Swarovski for addition to most of their binoculars on either the left or right eyecup so as to transform them into 2X magnification through that lens network] can be quickly added on to either eyecup(I use one for each eyecup so I have a "stereo spotting scope") and then you have spotting scope!
Quality optics help you sucess on hunting and hold their value!
10 December 2012
Summary: I wanted to have the best available binoculars to use on deer hunts. This binoculars are for me excellent on low light conditions and the only dislike is their weight if you walk a lot with them on. Also if well care is taken you won't loose money if you decide to sell it.
Summary: Wow what a set of binoculars, incredible in every way. Highly recommended. Would love to find more of the original items that go with these optics. Sweet deal and would buy again if needed. But they have a life time warranty, that is huge part of why I bought these specific binoculars. This ebay site is wonderful for finding great deals. Keep it up!
Summary: Fantastic! Swarovski binoculars have a clarity to them that is unsurpassed. The performance in low light and nigh time conditions must be seen to properly appreciated. While Leica, Zeiss and Doctor Optics are close seconds, Swarovski's are the best. I like the size and weight for all day hunting on the move. They are not too small and not too big.
Summary: I own and love my Leica Ultravid 10x42's. I wanted something that I would always have close at hand. We have all been there...pre season scouting, hanging stands getting ready for a new hunting season and a big whitetail happens to be standing 200 yards away and you really can't get a good look since you're binos are at home or in the car. I wanted something smaller and lighter and considered the Ultravid 8x32s which are excellent.
Summary: Like a lot of others I've stuck with a pair of generic Bino's (10x35's) for longer than I care to say. Just thought they were doing fine (they brought far away things in closer...right?). After lot's of years they've tired out so, I figured it was about time to get a new pair. I really didn't have anything special in mind but I did some research. I have checked, looked, reviewed, read and tried every pair imaginable. The clarity, in the Swarovski's is unmatched.