Summary: Whilst this scope can perhaps meet expectations for the novice user, my experience of the product given it's retail price was poor. The general build quality was ok but the lens quality is poor. This may be a little unfair given that I am familiar with Nikon camera lenses which cannot be drawn to a comparison. However I did expect more from this scope.
Summary: I bought this to replace an old Russian draw tube scope which has had a hard life and is full of dust but still works. I read the glowing reviews and took a punt at this Yukon 30x50. It is very light and handy. It also has a wide field of view. I may have been unlucky, or more likely I got what you would expect for the price and spec. Eye relief is minimal, my eyelashes were curling back into my eyes. In bright light the C.A.
Yokon, no con here, more like YoCan produce a good budget spotting scope.
12 July 2014
Summary: I was very sceptical at first about this spotting scope even after doing lots of research. For the price you really can't go wrong and it's cylindrical compact design(compared to binoculars) is, for me, perfect. This tucks away in my (20L) day sack permanently and it goes everywhere with me. I use it for aircraft spotting, and to be honest, it is better for distance work, rather than close work.