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    Default Strathspey 15x70 binos



    Has anyone purchased any of these from ebay? they look to be really good
    value for money
    Anyone got any opinions on them as I was thinking of buying a pair
    Chris

    Specifications
    Magnification 15x
    Objective lenses 70mm
    Prisms BAK-4
    Coatings level IV
    Body Length 28cm
    Finish rubber armour
    Field of view 4.5 degrees
    Exit pupil diameter 4.7mm
    Weight 1.8kg
    Tripod mountable Optional L bracket




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    Default Strathspey 15x70 binos

    Chris Long wrote:

    Yeah, me !

    Superb, no regrets, except perhaps I should have gone for the 20x90s

    DH

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    Default Strathspey 15x70 binos

    I also have a pair of 15x70 and find them excellent. If you look on
    cloudynights.com you will find loads of reviews etc of the Oberwerk 15x70
    which are the same binos.

    Andy.

    "Chris Long" <c.a.long@ntlworld.com.spam> wrote in message
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