Binoculars Case Study

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7dayshop Binoculars - Compact 10x25 DCF Reviewbest compact binoculars

Reviews of the best compact binoculars available to buy todayOctober 10, 2012 by

When travelling the country, sightseeing or bird watching, finding binoculars that are lightweight and easy to carry around is important. Compact binoculars are a great idea but many people worry about the quality. That is not the case when you buy 7dayshop compact 10×25 DCF binoculars. These value for money compact binoculars offer the same high quality as regular size binoculars, but for a fraction of the price.

Overall rating:Easy to Store

The Compact 10×25 DCF binoculars are small enough to store anywhere. It is possible to attach a neck strap and carry around your neck or you can place them in a pouch on your belt. The binoculars close inwards to make them smaller for storage, which is perfect for those who are trying to travel light.Easy to Carry Around

At just 175g, these lightweight
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It makes them much easier to carry around and store, even when travelling light. The fact that they are so small also helps with storage and carrying. The rubber grips help to prevent the binoculars from being dropped easily. There is also the benefit that the binoculars have a neck strap and come with a pouch to attach them to a belt. The binoculars are extremely easy to use. They do not take a long time to focus, which means that you are unlikely to miss anything. They are great for sightseeing, trekking, bird watching etc.Cons

As with all compact binoculars, there is some compromise between size and quality of vision, but to be fair, for less than £10 the downside of the Compact 10×25 DCF binoculars is very limited. Some buyers note that whilst excellent up to a distance of 100 metres, and great up to about 200 metres, after that the view starts to blur, which is a top performance for such high value compact

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