Win Op­ti­cron gear!


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£1200 worth of award­win­ning op­tics are up for grabs

WE ARE OF­FER­ING one lucky reader the chance to win two award-win­ning prod­ucts from Op­ti­cron, plus ac­ces­sories. The An­nual Best Binoc­u­lar Re­views (BBR) awards are now in their sixth year, with Op­ti­cron win­ning Best Compact Binoc­u­lar and Best Spot­ting Scope in the 2015 com­pe­ti­tion. Our prize in­cludes Dis­cov­ery WP PC 8x32 binoc­u­lar took the Best Compact Binoc­u­lar, with BBR’S Ja­son White­head com­ment­ing: “Size and weight wise, for a binoc­u­lar with ob­jec­tives of around 32mm, th­ese have set a bench­mark that is pretty hard to match, let alone beat”. It fea­tures close fo­cus to less than 1.5m mak­ing it per­fect for in­ver­te­brate ob­ser­va­tion, as well as gen­eral bird­ing and wildlife watch­ing. The next cat­e­gory that saw Op­ti­cron come out on top was Best Spot­ting Scope, awarded to the MM3 60 GA ED/45 trav­elscope, which our lucky prize-win­ner will also re­ceive! Again, Ja­son was im­pressed with the compact size and low weight of the MM3, not­ing: “I re­ally like this scope a lot. In al­most ev­ery way it was a real plea­sure to test!”. The prize MM3 will come with the HDF-T 12-36x zoom eye­piece, plus a high qual­ity stay-on case. As this is a trav­elscope, Op­ti­cron will also the sup­ply the win­ner with one of its light­weight XFS Trav­eller tripods com­plete with Manfrotto 700RC2 pan­head. A smart­phone adap­tor* com­pletes the pack­age which al­to­gether is worth more than £1,100. *Adap­tors are avail­able for a se­lec­tion of Ap­ple and Sam­sung Galaxy phones. To be in with a chance of win­ning, just visit bird­watch­, click on the WIN but­ton, and fol­low the in­struc­tions. Good luck!

HARD TO BEAT The Dis­cov­ery WP PC 8x32 binoc­u­lars are great all-rounders COMPACT POWER

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