Travelling binoculars

Subject: Travelling binoculars
Date: Thu, 27 Nov 97 13:53:43 -0500
G'day all

A year ago I bought a pair of tiny bins in a disposal store.  They are
unbranded 8x21 jobs and measure 100 x 70 x 40 mm in the case.  Cost was
$70 and they are terrific for throwing into a coat pocket or small
overnight bag.  They are quite servicable except in poor light.  Last
Wednesday i used them to watch a peregrine falcon over Coogee beach (NSW)
from the Holiday Inn 5th floor.  Everyone who has tried them has been
impressed.  It remains to be seen how durable they are.

(They are also ideal for watching footy or cricket)



Stephen Clark
Agriculture Victoria
Pastoral & Veterinary Institute
Private Bag 105  HAMILTON  3300  Australia
Phone 0355 730 977
Fax 0355 711 523


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