Summary: I have never purchased binoculars before, but as a landscape photographer they can be very useful for looking at different places. On the advice or Wex and also through reviews posted on the internet, I decided to set myself a limit money wise and went for these.
Pros: Durable, Great Features, Great Picture Quality
Summary: Rugged construction and comfortable to hold. Great image quality and (having got it with £40 rebate, decent value for money). I'm no pro, but I can't see the need to replace these for a very long while.
Summary: This is my first set of mid-range binoculars, having previously owned 'opera' type binoculars. Took these on a trip to Lundy Island. Caught sight of a Kestrel, and was totally blown away by the clarity and detail of the optics.
Pros: Comfortable Strap, Good Ergonomics, Good value, Hydroguard Coated Optics, Lightweight
Summary: I bought the 10x40 version as a support to my Carl Zeiss that I have used for many decades - aging I wanted larger magnification but modern Zeiss are well ouside my price range as a retired person.My new Vanguard bins give a simular quality, to my eyes, of image to my old porro bins and are...
Summary: took some getting used to eye-relief set-upEasy once used to it!!Used for wildlife watching, close-up and distant (Bears and whales)Eye covers useful, eye end could do with a detachable attachment to reduce risk of loss.
Pros: Comfortable To Handle, Durable, Great Features, Great Picture Quality, Simple Controls, Versatile
Summary: Perfect Bins for birdwatching especially in low light thanks to the ED glass in the optics. Ideal 1st upgrade for bins - roof design makes them more compact. Lightweight but well constructed - long eye relief so you can use them for a long period of time.
Pros: Durable, Great Optics, Large Focus Wheel, Lightweight