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Luna binoculars with compass army green. Avid birdwatchers will love this understated pair from British brand Viking which are backed up with a ten year warranty. The bigger 42mm objective lenses gather more light, making them ideal for misty, murky early mornings in the countryside.

We appreciated the soft-sheen rubber finish and the larger focusing ring proved easy to adjust with frozen fingers on chilly mornings. The ED in the name stands for extra-low dispersion glass, which helps to improve image quality in more expensive optical equipment.

Buy now. This beautifully-made pair weighed in at just g on our scales, making them one of the lightest in our review. The rubber-armoured body sits really well in the hand thanks to some subtle conturing at the sides. We liked the two-tone grey finish of our test pair and you can also get them in black or green. They come protected in a hard case and focus down to just 1. This functional-looking pair is a solid choice for any budding birders in your family, or occasional users.

They weigh a meagre g and are protected by rugged, rubberised armour. The image is sharp and bright despite the relatively low price, although they only focus down to 3m. German firm Eschenbach has been in the optics business since and makes everything from opera glasses to very high-end binoculars, and they back this waterproof and fog-proof pair up with a five-year guarantee. At g they are pretty hefty, but the sculpted, rubberised body sits really well in larger hands.

The image is bright and clear even in low light, and having the objective lenses that bit further apart improves depth of field perception, making the image seem more three-dimensional. They only focus down to 4m so are not ideal for watching insects or smaller animals close-up, but they are excellent value and backed up with a 25 year guarantee. Be aware that they are not fully waterproof. The IS system needs a couple of AA batteries to work and is activated using two buttons on the body. One is for use while panning — watching motor racing for example — the other for watching static objects.

The downside of such a high magnification and narrow field of view is that it can be quite hard to locate targets while looking through the lenses, although we soon found a technique that worked for us. As you would expect at this price, you get a hard carrying case to keep them safe. We had to double-check the price tag on this lovely little pair. They are aimed at occasional users but still offer excellent performance and come with a five year guarantee. Our only minor gripe was the fact we found them harder to use than some of the others while wearing glasses, although they were fine without specs and with the eyepieces wound fully out.

Definitely ones to consider if you want a pair to leave near the window for garden wildlife watching, or need some to carry in the car glovebox for impromptu bird spotting. They are fully sealed to keep moisture out and nitrogen purged to stop them fogging up internally. At g they are fairly hefty, but they sit well in the hands thanks to the chunky design with its rubber armour and non-slip grips.

Image quality proved to be really good and we found fine adjustments easy thanks to the smooth action of the focusing knob. They have a mounting point for a tripod and the blue finish makes a nice change from the usual black.

We really liked this pair from wildlife charity the RSPB. Nitrogen-filled to stop internal fogging, they are also fully waterproof so should stand up to anything the Great British weather can throw at them. The RSPB back them up with a 10 year warranty, making them a bargain at this price point. Weighing in at exactly g, these tiny binos are perfect for hikers or anyone who wants to carry a pair in their car glovebox.

They use a double hinge design to fold down really small, making them ideal to stuff in a pocket or rucksack. Alternatively, you can wear them in their case on your belt. Despite their size, the army green rubberised coating makes them feel quite substantial and they come with a five year guarantee. On the downside, the small 25mm objective lenses mean they gather a lot less light than their bigger 42mm rivals, and we found the smaller eyepieces meant they were a little harder to use with glasses, although they were fine without.

Celestron has been making telescopes since and its devices have even been sent into orbit on the International Space Station, so it should know a thing or two about optics. This compact pair is smaller than many of the 8x42 models in our list and weighs in at just g, yet the engineers have packed in a whopping 10x magnification. Fully waterproof, they come in an attractive dark green.

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Along with the usual strap and case, they come with a chest harness if you prefer to avoid hanging them round your neck. We thought the Oregon , Olympus and Bushnell models all offered incredible value for money. On some occasions, we earn revenue if you click the links and buy the products, but we never allow this to bias our coverage. The reviews are compiled through a mix of expert opinion and real-world testing. Black Friday is nearly here.

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