Protecting scope and binoculars

To: Brian Fleming <>
Subject: Protecting scope and binoculars
From: Martin Butterfield <>
Date: Tue, 5 Dec 2017 00:14:14 +0000
I'm not sure about tripods being tougher.  Mine never worked very well
after I reversed a Nissan Patrol over it.  The company I'd bought it from
10 years earlier wasn't interested in a  warranty claim either!

Martin Butterfield

On 5 December 2017 at 10:49, Brian Fleming <>

> On 4/12/2017 8:38 PM, Robyn Rayner wrote:
>> Recently I have  been indulged with Swarovski scope, binoculars, tripod.
>> So good.
>> Wondering how people transport and protect these treasures.
>> Need something that will cope with camping, dust, corrugations.
>> Have had trouble finding a solution, so looking for recommendations
>> please.
>> For our scope I made a wooden box to fit the shaped foam plastic it came
> in. Binoculars fit in the other half of the camera bag. Tripods are
> somewhat tougher and can be tucked in among the picnic blankets; we also
> have a long sports bag (tennis racket?) which will take a mounted scope.
> Brian Fleming
> Melbourne
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