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Fraser Optics Stedi-Eye 14x40 Bylite Gyro Stabilized Binocular
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Fraser Optics Bylite Review

by Legacy Reviewer, Written on March 12, 2014
I thought I would post a review of my Fraser Bylite image stabilized binoculars in case anyone is considering buying a pair. I purchased these from Optics Planet during an incredible sale that was hard to pass up for use on my boat.

These are drop-shipped directly from Fraser but they did take a little while to arrive, I think about two weeks which I considered somewhat slow. Optics Planet was in touch with me during this time so I will definitely speak highly of their customer service. They come well packaged and include a neck strap, a cleaning kit, a pouch which is actually pretty durable and a couple of batteries. Regarding the binoculars themselves, the first thing I noticed is that they are light! I had a pair of Fraser MK-Xs and these are considerably lighter, I think these are also lighter that the Fujinon Technostabis I owned. This is a nice feature if you are planning to hold them to your face throughout the day while on your boat. They are also very well built; everything seems well constructed and built to withstand the test of time. These binoculars are supposed to be able to handle being dropped and continue working. They are also sealed with epoxy and completely waterproof. I dont have any plans to test this but given that anything can happen on a boat, its nice to know they can handle some abuse. I was also very impressed with the optics of these binoculars, the image is clean and crisp and at 14x magnification you are able to see details that would otherwi...
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