Lightweight binos for timber and woods deer.

Randonee

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I use a pair of 8x32 Meopta Meostar. I really like them for the clarity, FOV, weight, and ease of use. I use them with glasses no problem.
 
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Boarmaster

Boarmaster

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A hunting buddy of mine has a set of Monarch 7 8x30 he used a few times and then changed where he was hunting so bought a full size pair of binos. I am going to take a look at those and if I like them I will probably go that route. These will used in a very limited way as my 8.5x42 ELs will still be my primary binos and used 90% of the time. For $200 I will throw the dice on the monarch 7s.
 

gr8fuldoug

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Kowa just announced an updated BDII line of x32 and x42 binoculars with increased FOV which are supposed to be similar in optical quality to the Meopta Meopros at a lower price. Should be available next month
 
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