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Emarth 20-60x60AE Waterproof Angled Spotting Scope for $38.49 + Free shipping

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always wanted one, reviews seem good. in for 1
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Thank you!
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never mind

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Amazon's product description says "Perfect for shooting, birders, hunters, naturalist and travelers."
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I can't see why it wouldn't be able to be used for star gazing. Just don't expect it to be out of this world amazing when it comes to spotting the details out there.
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In for one. Great for the range.
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Tempted, though not sure what to use this for. I have a set of binos 20x50...
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I wonder how well it would work for the solar eclipse? I'm in for one to try. Also ordered the solar filter sheet that hopefully should cover the lenses.
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I have a Barska ($70 on Amazon today) , which is rated similar to this and I hate it. Its very difficult to use due to poor fov and eye relief. I wouldn't buy cheap optics again.
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I wonder how well it would work for the solar eclipse? I'm in for one to try. Also ordered the solar filter sheet that hopefully should cover the lenses.
Don't think I would chance it.
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How good is this for spying on your neighbors? Is it a quality product? I'm mainly interested in a scope with enough zoom and definition to help me spot little birthmarks on my hot neighbors tiddies from across the road. Thanks.
Great optics. Lolz
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