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    Anyone ever tried this brand Levenhuk. Prices seem very reasonable for their Carbon Fiber scopes.
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    First I've ever heard of it.

    It looks to be the US face of a Chinese manufacturer. They may have good stuff, who knows?

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    Default Re: Levenhuk

    welcome - never heard of them either - but how many here heard of Oddessy - i used a 8 inch Dob that was fixed ( no way to collimate it ) and guess what - i gave it to my son in law and our family still uses it and the views are really good. A pair of binoculars are better than an expensive scope if the latter isn't being used

 

 

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