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  • Peggy.g
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    Bought them for my husband and he loved them

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    lilkynzlexlon August 17, 2016
  • Santa Lorrin
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    Does well when we use them

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    Lorrin M. February 23, 2016
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    I got them for my BF's Bday and he loved them! they self adjust super fast!

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    Alejandra V. July 15, 2015
  • great for long veiw
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    great for long veiw but not up close as there is no adjustment as they are self focus

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    bphsr1 September 26, 2012
  • Good Binoc's
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    Great pair of Binoculars! At a 12 x 50 power they really bring in distant images well. Only downfall is if you're trying to look at something that is relatively close to you, the image is slightly out of focus because the glasses are just too powerful. Also...It can be a bit unsteady trying to hold the image still if too close. But overall, a good purchase and highly recommended.

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    bobandjen12 April 24, 2012
  • Best Binoculars ever
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    I own 4 pair of binoculars including the perma focus, they are by far the best. Awesome is the word that best describes these binoculars. Whether wearing my glasses or not they focus automatically to your eyes in milliseconds. Great conversation piece, people want to know how they do it. The best is viewing moving objects, no more adjusting the lens, just point and view. I have not found any negatives. Completely satisfied with this product.

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    chuckvig March 22, 2011
  • Bushnell Binoculars
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    Nice quality, excellent for scanning landscapes, but since it is autofocus I found that it will not focus on a smaller object if the trees are in the way. Not good for bird watching because the binoculars focus very sharply on the tree but fuzzy on the bird.

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    perzanowski January 6, 2011