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I want to buy binoculars for viewing scenery, travelling and sports meeting. I searched on Google, and prefer Eyeskey 8x60 monoculars and Leupold 6x30 binoculars. They all looked great. Which one should I buy? Thanks!
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Originally posted by jiwuyu jiwuyu wrote:

I want to buy binoculars for viewing scenery, travelling and sports meeting. I searched on Google, and prefer Eyeskey 8x60 monoculars and Leupold 6x30 binoculars. They all looked great. Which one should I buy? Thanks!
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Originally posted by jiwuyu jiwuyu wrote:

I want to buy binoculars for viewing scenery, travelling and sports meeting. I searched on Google, and prefer Eyeskey 8x60 monoculars and Leupold 6x30 binoculars. They all looked great. Which one should I buy? Thanks!

I think the Leupold Yosemite 6x30 binocular is definitely the way to go.

I have briefly seen Eyeskey products and they are total unadulterated crap.

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Ilya:
 
I agree that the 6x30 Yosemite, is very good.  Your 2nd response gave me a good chuckle,
something I needed after a long day.  I guess that would be your "quick" review, or summary
of eyesky,  it makes me think of something like poking a stick in your "eye".
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I think "eyeskey" mean the key of our eyes,  meaning it can make our eyes more clearer, but i have not use Eyeskey 6x30, so i don't know it quality, but i deside to buy eyeskey 8.5x50 it seem cool.
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Originally posted by kevins kevins wrote:

I think "eyeskey" mean the key of our eyes,  meaning it can make our eyes more clearer, but i have not use Eyeskey 6x30, so i don't know it quality, but i deside to buy eyeskey 8.5x50 it seem cool.

 
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Originally posted by Bird Watcher Bird Watcher wrote:

Originally posted by kevins kevins wrote:

I think "eyeskey" mean the key of our eyes,  meaning it can make our eyes more clearer, but i have not use Eyeskey 6x30, so i don't know it quality, but i deside to buy eyeskey 8.5x50 it seem cool.

 
Hopefully when Chris F. and the guys get back from the Memorial Day holiday they can put their heads together and come up with a solution for handling these cockroaches. Ying Yang  American Flag

I can ban them, but then they will just come back under different names. 

Anyhow, "Eyeskey" is kinda like pocking a metal key into your eye.  The headache after looking through one kinda feels like that.

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Originally posted by koshkin koshkin wrote:


I can ban them, but then they will just come back under different names. 
ILya
Other binoculars forums have been successful in eliminating them, by blocking them as new ones show up.  They are easy to spot. I think it's worth the effort.
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I am sorry but i don't know why you want ban me? i do some wrong things? so can you give me some reason?
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Originally posted by jiwuyu jiwuyu wrote:

I want to buy binoculars for viewing scenery, travelling and sports meeting. I searched on Google, and prefer Eyeskey 8x60 monoculars and Leupold 6x30 binoculars. They all looked great. Which one should I buy? Thanks!
someone like binoculars and others like monoculars. I have seen the two products, all very good. But in my opinion. monoculars maybe not suitable when you are watching. It need you  to close one eye. Very uncomfortable!
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Yesssss.  Monos are better!
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Go with the Yosemite's-I am sure you will not be sorry. 
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