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1. Minox Binoculars 10x52 BR Roof
$599.00 list($689.00)
2. Leica BD 7x42 BR Binoculars
$699.00 Too low to display list($799.00)
3. Leica MD 62 ED Straight Spotting
$399.00 list($459.00)
4. Minox Binoculars BD 8x24 BR with
$79.00 list($99.00)
5. Leica Tripod Adapter for Minox
$1,095.00 list($1,045.00)
6. Leica 10x32 Trinovid BN Binoculars
list($449.00)
7. Leica LRF 800 Rangemaster
8. Leica 10x42 BN Binoculars
list($399.00)
9. Leica Trinovid 8x20 BCA Binoculars
list($429.00)
10. Leica 10x25 BCA Binoculars
list($995.00)
11. Leica Trinovid 8x32 BN Binoculars

1. Minox Binoculars 10x52 BR Roof Prism
by Minox
list price: $949.00
our price: $829.00
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Asin: B00017LUKG
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Minox
Sales Rank: 4470
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2. Leica BD 7x42 BR Binoculars
by Leica
list price: $689.00
our price: $599.00
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Asin: B00029H9X0
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Leica
Sales Rank: 6014
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Features

  • Outstandingly easy to use because of its compact ergonomic shape
  • Removable rotating sleeves with two click stops
  • Newly designed multi-function central drive with integrated diopter compensation
  • Impact resistant
  • Watertight to a depth of 5m (16.4 ft)

3. Leica MD 62 ED Straight Spotting Scope
by Leica
list price: $799.00
our price: $699.00
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Asin: B0001GV8H2
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Leica
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4. Minox Binoculars BD 8x24 BR with Altimeter
by Minox
list price: $459.00
our price: $399.00
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Asin: B00029H4YY
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Minox
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Features

  • Compact, lightweight binoculars ideal for outdoor adventures
  • Built-in atmospheric pressure sensor measures the altitude down to the exact meter
  • Displays for temperature, time of day, and a stop-watch function
  • 8x magnification, 24mm lens diameter
  • Comes with strap and case

5. Leica Tripod Adapter for Minox Binoculars
by Minox
list price: $99.00
our price: $79.00
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Asin: B00029H9XA
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Minox
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6. Leica 10x32 Trinovid BN Binoculars
by Minox
list price: $1,045.00
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Asin: B00005LVWE
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Minox
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best of The Best
as a neophyte to the world of safari and in preparation for what will be my first adventure on the so-called dark continent, i thoroughly evaluated all of the top-end (mostly euro) brands before selecting leica's bn-series binoculars.

the leica bn-series binoculars are without doubt one of the - if not 'the' - finest binoculars you can purchase at the given price point (in terms of clarity, resolution, focusing precision, light-gathering ability (brightness') portability, build-quality, etc.), and, apparently, are amongst the favorite of many of the leading professionals, sportsmen and naturalists. ... Read more


7. Leica LRF 800 Rangemaster
by Minox
list price: $449.00
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Asin: B00005LVWJ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Minox
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Product - Terrible e-Retailer
This is the best rangefinder for the money. I have tested them all and you can't find one better for the price anywhere else... ... Read more


8. Leica 10x42 BN Binoculars
by Minox

Asin: B00005LAWF
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Minox
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars Warranty problems
I want to tell you about my experience with Leica Binoculars. I purchased the Trinovid 10 X 42s back in the mid 90s for about $1,000.00. I thought they were the best binoculars I had ever owned. Last year, in November of 2003 the binoculars broke. I did not drop them or handle them any differently than I had the last 8 years of owning them. I always carried them in a specially padded backpack that I modified specifically for optics like my binoculars and cameras and such. I thought, no problem, they have a lifetime guarantee... So I thought.

I went to the store where I had purchased them. They gave me the phone number to Leica-Camera Co. I called and got a recording telling me to write down the problem and where to send them, I did. A couple of weeks later I received a repair estimate in the mail for a bit over $400.00.

I called them up and talked to a service rep. She told me that because I did not send in my warranty card when I purchased the binoculars they were not covered under the warranty. I told her I never send those things in because I understand they are a source for mailing lists which are sold and I get too much junk mail and spam as it is. Of course this did not sway her in the least. So I asked if I paid for the repair would I then be in their data base and therefore the binoculars would be covered should they break again. She told me, No; they would still not be covered. The repair would be warranted for 90 days and after that I would again be on my own.

I declined their estimate and was told they would send them back the following week. After that I wrote a letter to Leica GM telling of the situation and asking that they step up to the plate and do the right thing... repair my expensive binoculars that I got based on a lifetime guarantee. This is the first time I have ever written a letter to a company official and not got a response. I heard nothing and 3 months went by. I thought, maybe they are not good communicators and maybe they have had them this long because they decided to fix them after all. I called them. I got a voicemail and asked about them. They never returned my call but about a week later they showed up in the mail. Still broken and useless.

I will not buy any more Leica products and I thought I would pass on my experience for anyone thinking of buying their products to consider.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best of The Best
As a neophyte to the world of safari and in preparation for what will be my first adventure on the so-called dark continent, I thoroughly evaluated all of the top-end (mostly european) brands before selecting Leica's 10x42 bn-series binoculars.

The Leica bn-series binoculars are without doubt one of the - if not 'the' - finest binoculars you can purchase at the given price point (in terms of clarity, resolution, focusing precision, brightness/light-gathering ability, portability, build-quality, etc.), and, apparently, are amongst the favorite of many of the leading professionals, sportsmen and naturalists.

5-0 out of 5 stars Superb
Superior optics, design, waterproofing (which makes them easy to keep clean), and durability. A bit heavy, no objective covers (except the case), and no fancy high-tech gadgetry. What these binoculars were designed to do, they do incomparably well. We have owned ours for five years and have taken them all over the US and the Arctic. You may check with some optics shops to see if you can order several binoculars at once and then test them out to see which ones you like the best -- we did this and found the Leica's were our preference.

5-0 out of 5 stars Worth every penny
These binoculars were a revelation to me. I was surprised that this level of quality was still available at any price in today's world of plastic disposable low quality consumer merchandise. These Leica binoculars feel like a heavy glass and metal brick in comparison to other cheaper binoculars. The image is bright and contrasty. The image snaps decisively into focus. You'll want to smash your cheap binoculars against the nearest wall after you've tried these.

A couple of minor quibbles: the thin leather case that comes with it is very flimsy, you may want to buy a more sturdy aftermarket case. No front lens covers were provided. There is a sturdy one piece rubber eyepiece cover and a very nice neoprene neckstrap.

5-0 out of 5 stars These binoculars were a revelation
Although I have owned several pairs of binoculars, I have never come across a better pair than the Leica. The first time I used them the image was so bright and clear it was a real revelation. I have tried comparable Swarovsky and Zeiss binoculars, and not only was the Leica brighter, but it was much more comfortable to hold. I have not tried the Nikon Venturers, which I have heard are wonderful, but you absolutely cannot go wrong with the Leica. They are expensive, but will last a lifetime. For those who wear glasses, the eye cup system is really quite comfortable, and the cups themselves are quite sturdy. The Leica is also waterproof and built like a tank. ... Read more


9. Leica Trinovid 8x20 BCA Binoculars
by Minox
list price: $399.00
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Asin: B00005LAXJ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Minox
Sales Rank: 12848
Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (4)

3-0 out of 5 stars Leica's Best Compact Binoculars, But....
I know someone who had one for years and recently traded it for a Zeiss Victory compact 8 X 20 which he finds brighter and much easier to focus. It's a recommendation that I strongly second too, since I've own the same Zeiss Victory model for over a year. Regrettably, the Leica Trinovid 8 x 20 falls a distant second with respect to brightness and ease of use. It also doesn't seem to be nearly as sturdy as its Zeiss competitor (Note: I am a great fan of Leica optics, especially those for its M rangefinder system, which are among the best in the world. But unfortunately, the 8 x 20 Trinovid binocular can not be regarded as one of the firm's finest products.). However, if one wants a reasonably priced Leica binocular for outdoor concerts, sporting events, or hiking, then this is the one to get.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not very rugged
We purchased these binoculars to take along when weight forbade hauling our superb Leica full-sized binoculars, and were quite disappointed with them. Our biggest complaints:
first, they are not waterproof, so they are not really good for humid, rainy, dusty environments, and you have to use caution when cleaning them. Second, despite Leica's reputation, they are very easy to warp out of alignment (we have always been very careful with our equipment, and cannot think when this might have happened). This is a pretty irreversible situation.
Alternatives: I am very tempted by Swarovski or by a waterresistant brand which has a different tube-holding mechanism.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Superb Companion To Leica's Full-Sized Binoculars
I recently purchased Leica's Trinovid 8x20 BC as a companion to the full-sized Trinovid 10x42bn binoculars. The 8x20 BC's superb features (in terms of size, weight, clarity and resolution) make it the perfect choice for a casual day at the beach, zoo, sporting events, theatre, holiday travel, etc. The newly released anodized silver and black leatherized finish make the 8x20 BC a pre-destined classic in its own right.

5-0 out of 5 stars Lightweight super high quality pocket sized binoculars
I bought this to have a lightweight quality alternative to my heavier Leica 10x42's. There is a definitely a tradeoff in ease of use when using something this small. The exit pupil is only 2.5mm and it takes some practice to precisely center the images in your eye. This is even more difficult in low light. The width adjustment is stiff enough that you can reliably leave the binoculars at your correct interpupillary width but this makes them much less compact. While the price may seem high compared to lesser binoculars (about three hundred dollars) it's well worth it. The image quality has to be seen to be believed. I was able to read license plates an quarter of a mile away and read small storefront signs half a mile away that were undetectable with the naked eye. The small size makes it easy to just leave them hanging around your neck most of the time, something you wouldn't think of with two pound full size binoculars. The binoculars are so small that they are completely hidden in your hands when held up to the eye, convenient when you dont want to draw attention to yourself with large binoculars. A few minor negatives: no case of any kind is provided (odd when even a ten dollar pair of Tascos can come with a cheap vinyl case), no front or back lens covers are provided either. ... Read more


10. Leica 10x25 BCA Binoculars
by Minox
list price: $429.00
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Asin: B00005LAUW
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Minox
Sales Rank: 11126
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11. Leica Trinovid 8x32 BN Binoculars Black
by Minox
list price: $995.00
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Asin: B00005LVWD
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Minox
Average Customer Review: 2.33 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (3)

1-0 out of 5 stars Consider this
I want to tell you about my experience with Leica Binoculars. I purchased the Trinovid 10 X 42s back in the mid 90s for about $1,000.00. I thought they were the best binoculars I had ever owned. Last year, in November of 2003 the binoculars broke. I did not drop them or handle them any differently than I had the last 8 years of owning them. I always carried them in a specially padded backpack that I modified specifically for optics like my binoculars and cameras and such. I thought, no problem, they have a lifetime guarantee... So I thought.

I went to the store where I had purchased them. They gave me the phone number to Leica-Camera Co. I called and got a recording telling me to write down the problem and where to send them, I did. A couple of weeks later I received a repair estimate in the mail for a bit over $400.00.

I called them up and talked to a service rep. She told me that because I did not send in my warranty card when I purchased the binoculars they were not covered under the warranty. I told her I never send those things in because I understand they are a source for mailing lists which are sold and I get too much junk mail and spam as it is. Of course this did not sway her in the least. So I asked if I paid for the repair would I then be in their data base and therefore the binoculars would be covered should they break again. She told me, No; they would still not be covered. The repair would be warranted for 90 days and after that I would again be on my own.

I declined their estimate and was told they would send them back the following week. After that I wrote a letter to Leica GM telling of the situation and asking that they step up to the plate and do the right thing... repair my expensive binoculars that I got based on a lifetime guarantee. This is the first time I have ever written a letter to a company official and not got a response. I heard nothing and 3 months went by. I thought, maybe they are not good communicators and maybe they have had them this long because they decided to fix them after all. I called them. I got a voicemail and asked about them. They never returned my call but about a week later they showed up in the mail. Still broken and useless.

I will not buy any more Leica products and I thought I would pass on my experience for anyone thinking of buying their products to consider.

1-0 out of 5 stars Warranty not good
I want to tell you about my experience with Leica Binoculars. I purchased the Trinovid 10 X 42s back in the mid 90s for about $1,000.00. I thought they were the best binoculars I had ever owned. Last year, in November of 2003 the binoculars broke. I did not drop them or handle them any differently than I had the last 8 years of owning them. I always carried them in a specially padded backpack that I modified specifically for optics like my binoculars and cameras and such. I thought, no problem, they have a lifetime guarantee... So I thought.

I went to the store where I had purchased them. They gave me the phone number to Leica-Camera Co. I called and got a recording telling me to write down the problem and where to send them, I did. A couple of weeks later I received a repair estimate in the mail for a bit over $400.00.

I called them up and talked to a service rep. She told me that because I did not send in my warranty card when I purchased the binoculars they were not covered under the warranty. I told her I never send those things in because I understand they are a source for mailing lists which are sold and I get too much junk mail and spam as it is. Of course this did not sway her in the least. So I asked if I paid for the repair would I then be in their data base and therefore the binoculars would be covered should they break again. She told me, No; they would still not be covered. The repair would be warranted for 90 days and after that I would again be on my own.

I declined their estimate and was told they would send them back the following week. After that I wrote a letter to Leica GM telling of the situation and asking that they step up to the plate and do the right thing... repair my expensive binoculars that I got based on a lifetime guarantee. This is the first time I have ever written a letter to a company official and not got a response. I heard nothing and 3 months went by. I thought, maybe they are not good communicators and maybe they have had them this long because they decided to fix them after all. I called them. I got a voicemail and asked about them. They never returned my call but about a week later they showed up in the mail. Still broken and useless.

I will not buy any more Leica products and I thought I would pass on my experience for anyone thinking of buying their products to consider.

5-0 out of 5 stars Superb balance of weight and brightness
These are wonderful binoculars! They are light enough to slip into a pack without thinking about the weight, yet their superb quality makes them a favorite at home where weight is not an issue. Great edge-to-edge sharpness and brightness. Easy focus.

I use mine nearly every day. ... Read more


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