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Binoculars Review: OL Ranks the Best New Binoculars of 2011

Binoculars Review: OL Ranks the Best New Binoculars of 2011

After a week of the toughest tests in the industry, we pick the winners of our 2011 Optics test.
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from dhurt1 wrote 2 years 43 weeks ago

I enjoy reading your reviews. Would have liked to have seen the Cabela's Euro HDs up there though.

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from fisherus wrote 3 years 8 weeks ago

I'm not surprised to see Nikon and Leupold leading the pack on full size binos. I am a little amazed to see the Vortex Razor HD included in the comparison as it is usually considered a higher quality bino. Well, Vortex, looks like you've got some work to do when you can't beat glasses 1/4th your price.
I've had a pair of Leupolds and Steiners in the past, but still don't think my Nikon ATB's can be beat for the money. They'll stand up against some of the most expensive ones on the market.

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from fisherus wrote 3 years 8 weeks ago

I'm not surprised to see Nikon and Leupold leading the pack on full size binos. I am a little amazed to see the Vortex Razor HD included in the comparison as it is usually considered a higher quality bino. Well, Vortex, looks like you've got some work to do when you can't beat glasses 1/4th your price.
I've had a pair of Leupolds and Steiners in the past, but still don't think my Nikon ATB's can be beat for the money. They'll stand up against some of the most expensive ones on the market.

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from dhurt1 wrote 2 years 43 weeks ago

I enjoy reading your reviews. Would have liked to have seen the Cabela's Euro HDs up there though.

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