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If you are getting a blurred or double image through your binoculars don't throw them away. Hold them at arms length and look at the spot of light coming from the ocular lens. If they are shaped like cats eyes they out of collimation but in most cases this can be fixed. The prisms need realigning. This is done by tilting the binocular's prisms by making tiny adjustments to screws found under the binocular's outer armour. You could try this your self with a 2mm screw driver and a bit of trial and error or you could contact us at www.binocular-repairs.com for an estimate. We have over 30 years experience in this field and have the technology and the spare parts to mend most makes and models of binoculars and telescopes. I hope I can be of assistance. Regards, T.E. LockAssoc. DirectorOpticalia Ltd