Swavorski CL

dotman

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How come no one ever talks about these? Is the glass not that good or is it because they only come in 8x30 & 10x30? These seem to be the lowest price bino other then the really small ones, can pick these up for less then a grand. Pretty lite weight also at 17 & 18oz.
 
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ckleeves

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I have a buddy that is a swaro dealer and I have looked thru them a few times. Seem good, but it's always midday so i could'nt tell you how they do in low light although being swaros i'm sure there great. The only think i don't like is the way the the bridge is it seems kinda fragile. I'm sure it would probably be fine, but if your like me and like to swan dive and crawl on your binos I could see the barrels getting knocked out of alignment.
 

Matt Cashell

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dotman,

As a big Swarovski fan, I can tell you that you can do better for the money. The Meopta Meostar 8X32 is a better glass.
 
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