|To:||Paul Doyle <>|
|From:||"Donald G. Kimball" <>|
|Date:||Thu, 3 Jan 2019 19:56:06 -0800|
We actually sell the Endeavors where I work at a bird shop here in California. For the money they are a lot of binocular. Super sharp imagery and here they often throw in rebates knocking as much as $100.00 off each pair. Whenever I look through a pair of these without knowing the price I would think they are priced out about $200 more than they actually cost. Also our shop has sold dozens of these over the 8 years I have worked here and very few come back for repairs. Their warranty is 2nd to none. There is nothing you can do including running over them with a ute that vanguard wont repair or replace. Hope that helps. I have never had my hands on their scopes but I would assume the optical quality would be comparable for sure.
All the best!
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