David Winser

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Name: David Winser
Date registered: February 18, 2011
URL: http://www.binocular-repairs.com

Latest posts

  1. With the best will in the world…….! — July 8, 2015
  2. BREAKING NEWS! — June 21, 2015
  3. Birdwatch Magazine Review of the ‘Tom Lock Series 1’ 10×42 Binoculars — October 23, 2014
  4. NEWS – Birdwatch Magazine Reviews the Tom Lock Series 10×42 — May 19, 2014
  5. It is here! The First Tom Lock Binocular introduced by Opticalia. — August 13, 2013

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Jul
08

With the best will in the world…….!

It doesn’t matter how long we painstakingly take to get a binoculars collimation from this  To this:    If the carrier does THIS to the binocular on it’s way back to you there is a chance that the binocular will come back to you in less than a happy state. However we have to say …

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Jun
21

BREAKING NEWS!

Opticalia is about to launch the new ‘Tom Lock Series 2’ range of binoculars into the market place! I can reveal there will be two models in the new ‘Series 2′ range, a 10×42 and an 8×42. The first question to address is; “Is the new ‘Series 2’ going to replace the very popular ‘Series 1″? …

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Oct
23

Birdwatch Magazine Review of the ‘Tom Lock Series 1’ 10×42 Binoculars

Best in budget class? “Mike Alibone tries out a new budget binocular and discovers a ‘performance per pound’ which is not easily matched elsewhere in the optics market.” “I believe this binocular represents outstanding value for money for the first time buyer.” To read the full review click here!

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May
19

NEWS – Birdwatch Magazine Reviews the Tom Lock Series 10×42

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Aug
13

It is here! The First Tom Lock Binocular introduced by Opticalia.

Opticalia are proud to announce the arrival of the first product bearing the new ‘Tom Lock’ brand name. This isn’t just another new binocular to the market place, this is a whole new concept in retailing! So how do we offer such superb value for money? Follow this link to the ‘Tom Lock Retail Concept’ to …

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Jul
04

NEW Range of Gen-1 & Gen-1 HR Night Vision Scopes Launched by Luna Optics

LUNA OPTICS Proudly Announce ‘New for 2013’ Luna Optics have launched a brand new range of night vision monoculars. Providing 20° Field of View with 3x magnification and 15° Field of View with 5x magnification these units are setting a new standard in night vision performance. For more information on the new range visit our …

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Dec
06

A Brief History of Seeing in the Dark…Part 2

In 1961 the first night vision devices working off ambient light appeared.  These Generation 1 devices were first used in anger in the Vietnam War in 1967.  Because they didn’t need their own built in light source they could be made lighter and smaller and with extended battery life. The Generation 1 rifle scope fitted …

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Dec
05

Massive Discounts on Luna Optics Night Vision Devices

We are currently offering up to a third off selected Luna Optic Night Vision Devices including night vision binoculars. You can order securely from our Amazon store or at  www.binocular-repairs.com/shop-night-vision. These prices will run until Christmas or until stock runs out, which ever comes first.  All items are fully guaranteed. For impartial reviews have a …

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Nov
25

A Brief History of Seeing in the Dark…Part 1

Since the dawn of time, to man darkness has meant danger.  Predators, enemies and hazardous terrain pose an obvious threat.  If you wanted to find your way around in the dark you needed fire.  The human eye has limited capacity to function in low light but can be trained and improved.  The human eye has …

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Nov
22

Used Binoculars and Used Scopes Christmas Discount Sale

In the run up to Christmas we are offering huge reductions on our stock of used and reconditioned binoculars. These items are end of line and will not be replaced, they are taking up valuable space we need for our new product lines.  Therefore we are willing to practically give them away. All items are …

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