New Swarovski NL Pure Binoculars

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Re: New Swarovski NL Pure Binoculars

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That's interesting Bob. I had always presumed that Swaro's plan was simply to have product in different price ranges, much like Ziess with the Victory and the Conquest. Never considered that they may pitch the different ranges at different user groups.

Over here it seems that Swaro buying hunters simply choose from whichever range (EL or SLC) that they are prepared to pay for.

Of course, use of 15x here would be miniscule compared to the US.



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Is anyone able to give any meaningful feedback on the optical performance of these yet ?

I see that Outdoorsmans have a simple, no mods needed, screw in stud for their binocular adapter, which would be great for me.

Very attracted to a 10 x42NL with the same, or greater FOV than good 8x42s, but would be interested in real world experiences so far.

Eddie ? Ron ? Klaus ?

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I’ve looked at a pair but not in a setting of side by side comparison under field conditions. They are nice, but not nice enough to cause me to move from my SLC or EL sets unless I see a difference under field conditions.
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secondtry wrote:
Sat Oct 17, 2020 5:48 pm
Is anyone able to give any meaningful feedback on the optical performance of these yet ?

I see that Outdoorsmans have a simple, no mods needed, screw in stud for their binocular adapter, which would be great for me.

Very attracted to a 10 x42NL with the same, or greater FOV than good 8x42s, but would be interested in real world experiences so far.

Eddie ? Ron ? Klaus ?

I have used my 12x the most. Took it to a couple PRS matches. Very easy to look through. Great at spotting hits on steel out to 1000 yards. Around the house I just use the 8x, use them almost as much as I do my old fav, the 8x32 EL. The ergonomics and extra field of view is very apparent.
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Re: New Swarovski NL Pure Binoculars

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Thanks Ron and Bob. :handgestures-thumbup:

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Re: New Swarovski NL Pure Binoculars

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I loooove the 8x42 nl pure's, Best binoculars I have ever owned! Worth every penny.

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Re: New Swarovski NL Pure Binoculars

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Jager1234 wrote:
Mon Dec 14, 2020 8:59 pm
I loooove the 8x42 nl pure's, Best binoculars I have ever owned! Worth every penny.
I have the 10x42 NL, as well as the now discontinued 8x42 Zeiss HTs. If I could own only one binocular, it would be an 8x42 NL Pure.

Caveat : I don't need built in RF. If I did, my choice would be different.

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Re: New Swarovski NL Pure Binoculars

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100% agreed!!! I really like the Zeiss ht as well, good binoculars selection you have :-)

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