Question about Bushnell 0022781519 (18-36x50 mm)
I finally decided to do something with my bird-watching hobby and purchase a good spotting scope.
Can anyone recommend a good one under $500?
Ooh boy as a repairman of some 25 years i would say look at the warranty, then compare scopes. why spend $200.00 for a plastic piece of junk when for $500.oo you will get someting that will last forever.#1guarantee, #2 can you return if not satisfied,anyway i would contact my local audubon people and see what they use.there is so much junk on the market today.dont want you to be dissapointed,so shop well..ok gotta go and fill bird feeder outside...its 15 degrees here now..but they keep on comming.
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
I have a Vortex Skyline which I bought online for closer to $400 and it's GREAT. Nice optics, lots of light, fairly lightweight, came with it's own bag and table tripod. I highly recommend this scope.
Posted on Apr 20, 2008
Cornell ornithology department has a new review of scopes out. For $359.00 or less on sale they suggest the Vortex Stokes Sandpiper (15-45x) Check out the whole review. It has really good information. Happy Birding, Dee
Posted on Feb 16, 2008
This has been adequate for me as a rookie birder.
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
For your budget, the best device I know is definitely the Aplen 788. The Vortex Skyline could also be worth checking.
Posted on Dec 20, 2007
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