Choosing a set of good bird watching binoculars can be a daunting task. A lot of people will go and spend a lot of money or get the highest magnification binoculars they find and hope they will do the job for the task. When choosing a set of suitable binoculars for bird watching there are some basic fundamentals.Firstly the binoculars will need to have good quality prisms to give you good light amplification in your image so you can see the birds and all their details even on over cast days which a good quality set will do. Yo will also need a good FOV (field of view) so you can find targets easily and not loses them afterwards. Choosing a good quality pair of binoculars with 8-10 magnification max will achieve this. Also size and level of waterproof are important so keep them compact and also durable and waterproof. Below we have selected a few pairs of Binoculars that we think are best suited for bird watching from our large range of binoculars to make the choice a little easier. Please feel free to contact us by phone or email with any questions or advice you may have in regards to choosing a set of binoculars. We are available by phone Monday-Friday 9am-5.30pm.
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