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Most Helpful Positive Review Great Glass far exceeds the competion in $$$ range
I have been hunting for 35+ years. I own a lot of equipment and have been t...
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Not a bad binocular for the price, however not the pair if your trying to p...
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Burris 300271 10x42 Fullfield II Camo Roof Prism Waterproof Binoculars

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on October 21, 2010
Great Product!!...
Would recommend: Yes
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Burris 300271 10x42 Fullfield II

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on April 2, 2010
I have been using Leupold 8 X25s and I need a bit more power as I'm not as young as I once was. I bought these and I can't beleive the bright, clear view. I would absolutely recommend these binoculars. They are easy to adjust and they are not slippery....
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Great Glass far exceeds the competion in $$$ range

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, OH Written on January 8, 2010
I have been hunting for 35+ years. I own a lot of equipment and have been through a lot more. I also own many brands of optics / scopes and binoculars. You can not go wrong with this pair for the $$. In direct comparison with my M*narch 10x42 you can clearly see the difference in clarity and focus. Burris beats them hands down. Not sure what the other reviews issues were with spotting game @ distance but I took a New Mexico 5x5 Bull Elk @ last light with a Burris Fullfield II 4-16x50 @ 365 yds. And the round exactly on target. Binoculars perform just as well. You will not be disappointed. Optics Planet has best price and free shipping. If you are lucky enough to get a % off coupon you save even more. Buying another pair of these today for gift.
Spike
Pros: Size, weight, low light gathering, sharp focus, warranty
Cons: Objective Lens Covers not the hot ticket...
Would recommend: Yes
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Budget Burris

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on October 3, 2009
Not a bad binocular for the price, however not the pair if your trying to pick out game at distance through heavy timber. I originally bought these binos not wanting to spend big dollars and not fully appreciating the value of high quality glass. These are tough and will fit the bill if cost is a major issue and distance spotting isnt the main priority.
Pros: Rubber armoured, rubber lens caps, easy focus dial
Cons: Quality of glass, definition at distance...
Would recommend: Yes
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