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    Coming up they have a nice set of sailing bino's. Note the mil dot reticule pattern and built in compass.

    http://www.aldi.ie/ie/html/offers/58_6227.htm

    × 50 Sailing Binoculars
    each €79.99 *

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    High-performance nautical binoculars, brimming with advanced-technology features to help you see miles ahead and stay on course through the roughest of seas.

    7× magnification
    50mm objective lens
    Brightly coloured, unsinkable/floating casing
    Floating neck-strap
    Mil dot reticle and distance scale calculator
    Compass illumination
    Waterproof
    Threaded tripod socket
    Weight: 1200g
    Accessories:

    Eyepiece/objective lens caps
    Carry case with floating strap
    Lens cleaning cloth
    Battery
    Full instruction manual

  • #2
    Nothing some DPM tape or spray paint can't solve.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by fiannoglach View Post
      Nothing some DPM tape or spray paint can't solve.
      I was thinking the exact same thing. Scrub the yellow parts with some scotch brite or P400 sand paper. Halfords have some great own brand plastic primer and spray paints.
      "The Question is not: how far you will take this? The Question is do you possess the constitution to go as far as is needed?"

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      • #4
        But it still looks massive. Just because it has a "mil dot reticule" dosen't mean its suitable. For €80 you could probably get a good set of mini bino's from a reputable make.
        Everyone who's ever loved you was wrong.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by The real Jack View Post
          But it still looks massive. Just because it has a "mil dot reticule" dosen't mean its suitable. For €80 you could probably get a good set of mini bino's from a reputable make.
          Just because there bigger then mini binos doesnt make them unsuitable.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by kermit
            OK so, bring a 2 ring gas stove c/w yellow cylinder for you to brew up so...
            Been known to happen. I know a few lads who did 2 weeks with the rangers and set them selfs up with a nice little kitchen using the above. The ARW were well impressed.

            Different gear suits different people in differnat situations so get off the high horses. I'd imagine the ary lads would find thiose binos alot more usefull then the inf lads and as for the CIS lads I reckin a gas burner and cylinder would be the lest bulky of their kit and probbaly wouldnt know the difference between one par of binos and another :wink:

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            • #7
              why not draw them from stores when u need them????

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              • #8
                Because they might get used.

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                • #9
                  You would be hard pressed to get anything with a mildot reticle at that price.

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