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Celestron Nature DX 10×42 ED

£184.99
  • Extra-Low Dispersion (ED) objective lenses provide high resolution, high contrast images that are virtually free of optical defects like chromatic aberration (color fringing)
  • Fully multi-coated optics deliver maximum light transmission through the optical path
  • Phase coated BaK-4 prisms produce vivid, true-to-life colors
  • Eyeglass friendly - generous eye relief and sturdy, twist-up eyecups with multiple stops
  • 6.5' close focus
  • Tripod adaptable

Celestron Nature DX 10×50 ED

£234.99
  • Extra-Low Dispersion (ED) objective lenses provide high resolution, high contrast images virtually free of optical defects like chromatic aberration (color fringing)
  • Fully multi-coated optics deliver maximum light transmission through the optical path
  • Phase coated BaK-4 prisms produce vivid, true-to-life colors
  • Eyeglass friendly - generous eye relief and sturdy, twist-up eyecups with multiple stops
  • 8.2' close focus
  • Tripod adaptable

Celestron Nature DX 12×50 ED

£234.99
  • Extra-Low Dispersion (ED) objective lenses provide high resolution, high contrast images virtually free of optical defects like chromatic aberration (color fringing)
  • Fully multi-coated optics deliver maximum light transmission through the optical path
  • Phase coated BaK-4 prisms produce vivid, true-to-life colors
  • Eyeglass friendly - generous eye relief and sturdy, twist-up eyecups with multiple stops
  • 8.2' close focus
  • Tripod adaptable

Celestron Nature DX 8×42 ED

£184.99
  • Extra-Low Dispersion (ED) objective lenses provide high resolution, high contrast images that are virtually free of optical defects like chromatic aberration (color fringing)
  • Fully multi-coated optics deliver maximum light transmission through the optical path
  • Phase coated BaK-4 prisms produce vivid, true-to-life colors
  • Eyeglass friendly - generous eye relief and sturdy, twist-up eyecups with multiple stops
  • 6.5' close focus
  • Tripod adaptable

Celestron TrailSeeker ED 10X42

£289.00
  • ED objective lenses provide superior images virtually free of chromatic aberration with accurate color reproduction, increased resolution and contrast
  • Fully multi-coated optics for maximum light transmission through the optical path
  • Phase and dielectric coated BaK-4 prisms for vivid, true-to-life colors
  • Wide field of view and 8.2' close focus
  • Tripod adaptable

Celestron TrailSeeker ED 8X42

£289.00
  • ED objective lenses provide superior images virtually free of chromatic aberration with accurate color reproduction, increased resolution and contrast
  • Fully multi-coated optics for maximum light transmission through the optical path
  • Phase and dielectric coated BaK-4 prisms for vivid, true-to-life colors
  • Tripod adaptable

Kowa BD II 10×42 XD

£439.00
Rugged reliability ensured.

Kowa BD II 8×42 XD

£429.00
Rugged reliability ensured.

Kowa SV II 10×32

£239.00

SV II

IN TOUCH WITH NATURE

Kowa SV II 10×42

£259.00

SV II

IN TOUCH WITH NATURE

Kowa SV II 10×50

£289.00

SV II

IN TOUCH WITH NATURE

Kowa SV II 12×50

£309.00

SV II

IN TOUCH WITH NATURE

Kowa SV II 8×32

£229.00

SV II

IN TOUCH WITH NATURE

Kowa SV II 8×42

£249.00

SV II

IN TOUCH WITH NATURE

Leica 10×25 Ultravid Leathered

£699.00
THE UNION OF ELEGANCE AND DURABILITY

Leica 8×20 Ultravid Leathered

£679.00
THE UNION OF ELEGANCE AND DURABILITY

Leica Ultravid 10×50 HD +

£1,890.00

RESISTANT BY NATURE

Great performers in all situations

The timeless elegant design hides and protects what’s inside: precise mechanisms and the finest optics. The Ultravid HD-Plus binoculars are reliable companions that have been tested under the toughest conditions.

Leica Ultravid 12×50 HD +

£2,059.00

RESISTANT BY NATURE

Great performers in all situations

The timeless elegant design hides and protects what’s inside: precise mechanisms and the finest optics. The Ultravid HD-Plus binoculars are reliable companions that have been tested under the toughest conditions.

Leica Ultravid 8×50 HD +

£1,899.00

RESISTANT BY NATURE

Great performers in all situations

The timeless elegant design hides and protects what’s inside: precise mechanisms and the finest optics. The Ultravid HD-Plus binoculars are reliable companions that have been tested under the toughest conditions.

Independent Suppliers of Leading Binoculars in the UK

Whether you enjoy birding, wildlife observation or landscape photography, we stock a range of quality and industry leading binoculars for sale

Choose from our new, used or ex-demonstration models for the perfect brand, type, magnification, lense size and price. Offering quality, flexibility and affordability.

What strength binoculars do I need?

The most popular magnifications are 8x and 10x – giving enough detail whilst not magnifying shapes to an off-putting degree.

What are the best binoculars for long distance viewing?

10x is the most we would recommend for handheld viewing due to the instability of higher magnifications. For longer range viewing we would recommend a telescope on a tripod with a typical magnification of 20x+.

What should I look for in a good pair of binoculars?

There is no substitute for trying binoculars to see what suits and to find your binocular best buy. Glass and the coatings on the glass which improve light transmission, colour and contrast all improve with higher cost instruments. Apply any criteria you may have such as budget, size, weight, waterproofing and compare a few models to find your best fit. Delivery is free for orders over £50, and free returns are available for all orders.

What kind of binoculars do I need for bird watching?

Any binocular with a magnification of 8x or 10x would be suitable binoculars for bird watching in the UK. An end lens diameter of 25, 32, 42 or 50 is typical, the bigger the end lens, the more light which is especially important at dawn or dusk.

What is the difference between 10×50 and 12×50 binoculars?

Magnification. The 12x will increase magnification but has the same end (or objective) lens diameter so will be slightly harder to hold still, have a narrower field of view (as increased magnification decreases the width of the view) and let less light through to the eye.

Are 10×42 binoculars better than 8×42?

They will make objects appear slightly closer and there is a trade-off in stability, field of view and brightness. In most normal light conditions this will be largely irrelevant so the main mitigation against a higher magnification binocular will be handheld shake. Some people will find the extra magnified movements slightly off-putting.