A response from B&H re. non-shipment of some brands of Binoculars

Subject: A response from B&H re. non-shipment of some brands of Binoculars
From: brian fleming <>
Date: Wed, 21 Dec 2011 12:08:27 +1100
On 21/12/2011 11:15 AM, Dave Torr wrote:
I guess the local retailers have been putting pressure on the manufacturers
to try and cut down on internet sales - inevitable I suppose.

On 21 December 2011 11:06, Peter Shute<>  wrote:

I wonder why the change. Perhaps those manufacturers alway had
restrictions, and one or several have decided to start enforcing them, so
they started following the rules for them all. If so, then we should expect
this to start affecting all the reputable dealers

I know you can't get Sennheiser stuff from them either. Perhaps the online
free for all is coming to an end.

I'm sure you'll always be able to find someone who'd be willing to do it,
but I'm not sure I'd trust them.

Peter Shute

I'm after a pair of Minox binoculars and am having the same trouble as there doesn't seem to be an Australian distributor. "Gimmedigi" who seem to be in HongKong can do them.

Any thoughts as to Gimmedigi's performance?

Brian  Fleming

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