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My sons Christmas present


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As i child, i was always fascinated by binoculars.


I used to love looking through my granddads.... i think they were 8 x 40s, when we used to visit.


Sadly, i never got a pair of my own till i was much older.


I've had several pairs over the years before settling on my current pair (Canon 15x 50's) which i've now had over 10 years.


 


A few years ago we brought our little'un a pair of toy binocs (Barska 10 x 25's)


To be honest they are not very good....however, he's used them a lot and seems as fascinated with them as i was (and still am  :) )


 


Now he's 10 i thought it was time for an upgrade........hope he likes them !


These arrived from WEXP this morning........... :D


 


15534819445_8ee5be8e17_c.jpgIMG_3302 by rob.0919, on Flickr


15511139746_a90febe1d2_c.jpgIMG_3303 by rob.0919, on Flickr


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I think Ron has a pair of them. 


 


As you already know the IS bins are great and will help your son hold them them steady.


 


I once tried a pair of 10x42L is and I was in love, the views are to die for.


 


Your son is a lucky lad.


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Yup, I have a pair! Great optics and depending on your target the IS system is great! Good for stargazing, bird watching and aircraft spotting for sure!! I hope he enjoys them as much as I do!  :)


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