Binoculars for children?

To: "Kim Sterelny" <>, <>
Subject: Binoculars for children?
From: "storm" <>
Date: Sun, 3 Sep 2006 10:17:05 +1000
Hi Everyone

Another option for kids and the dog walking late afternoon walks is a pair
of bins from the $2 shop. In Sydney recently all the shops seem to have 10 x
50. I have also seen a pair of 10 x 25 cheapies.

On the plus side they are cheap ($20), relatively light and easy to handle.
If they are lost or dropped it might not be the end of the world.

Obviously they don't have the quality that more expensive bins with glass
lenses etc have but, (at least the pair I have) they aren't too bad.



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