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Great binoculars for $38. I bought 2.

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Nice find! 50mm is nice for night sky viewing. 20x is a little difficult to keep steady, but if you need the magnification, it's there. I'm able to see Jupiter's moons with the 10x50 on a clear night and a steady hand. These should do much better for the same task. Same price I paid for my 10x50
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Nice find! 50mm is nice for night sky viewing. 20x is a little difficult to keep steady, but if you need the magnification, it's there. I'm able to see Jupiter's moons with the 10x50 on a clear night and a steady hand. These should do much better for the same task. Same price I paid for my 10x50
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I have a pair currently that i took out hunting in rain. They are not waterproof and got water in lense. I sent to bushnell and they said they were a total lose. I was gonna rebuy on amazon a few days ago at $65 but today i saw this. Glad i waited. Bushnell has lifetime warranty on these too. Just not on drops or water damage if not waterproof.
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In 4 1. Thx OP!

got the 10x50 for birding.
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Grabbed a pair! Hope they are worth it!
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Thanks... I really wanted to know what my neighbor is up to..
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I got the 10x50. I needed a pair and looked like a good price.
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Nice find! 50mm is nice for night sky viewing. 20x is a little difficult to keep steady, but if you need the magnification, it's there. I'm able to see Jupiter's moons with the 10x50 on a clear night and a steady hand. These should do much better for the same task. Same price I paid for my 10x50
How clear are the moons? That's kinda insane you can see that far with just these.
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I am totally new to binoculars, etc. I just want to be able to look at the city down below from my home once in a while for shits and giggles. Should I look at telescopes or binoculars? Binoculars would probably be better in my preference (more small and portable than a telescope).

What do things like 10 x 50 mean? What strength should I be looking for? Ideally, I'd like to spend like $20-40 total.
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Thanks... I really wanted to know what my neighbor is up to..
Grabbed a pair for same reason. Repped
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How clear are the moons? That's kinda insane you can see that far with just these.
You can see several of Jupiters moons with just 7X binos. No detail, but yes it is pretty cool.
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Doesn't anyone have these? Will they help me see into my neighbors windows from the comfort of my own home? Currently I need to sneak over and I am worried I might get caught.
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I have a pair currently that i took out hunting in rain. They are not waterproof and got water in lense. I sent to bushnell and they said they were a total lose. I was gonna rebuy on amazon a few days ago at $65 but today i saw this. Glad i waited. Bushnell has lifetime warranty on these too. Just not on drops or water damage if not waterproof.
Was actually considering buying these for hunting until I saw your post. Thanks for saving me some frustration.
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