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Meopta MeoStar B1 15x56 HD

Long Range & Detailed Observation Champion

Brand: Meopta
Item: 573260
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Objective Lens Diameter 56 mm
Eye Relief 15.2 mm
Exit Pupil 3.7mm
Close Focus 16.4 ft
Field of View @ 1000 Yards 219 ft
Twilight Factor 29
Length 7.87"
Width 5.59"
Weight 43.28 oz
Weather Resistance Waterproof & Fogproof
Exterior Finish Green
Brand Meopta

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Meopta 15x56 HD great view and value. Review by Dr.Muley
I shopped around for a while looking at all the Big glass (Zeiss, Swarovski, Leica, and Vortex) and I finally decided to pull the trigger on these. This was not done in haste, as I did my research, and all I can say is these biinos exceeded my expectations and then some. First off after carefully reading the few reviews of these online, one in particular saying it bested the old swaro and is about 97% of the new swaro for just about 2/3 of the price this is absolutely true.

What I like about these binos is the clear, crisp image that is just maybe a tad warm (seriously hard to see it though) and the edge to edge clarity is excellent. The field of view is smaller than comparable binos on paper, but in reality I would bet my bottom dollar you'd be hard pressed to see it.
The ergonomics are done thoughtfully and the focus is nice and smooth and stays in focus, no fiddiling around with it is needed as it is not a fine focus but just right in my mind. The eyecups and eye relief is great as well, though some eyeglass wearers maybe put off with its 15mm relief, me personally I used these with my glasses and did not have a problem at all, but of course everyone is different and suggest trying them out beforehand.

The low light that these capture in the early and final minutes of daylight is great for a bino this size, is it as good as my Swarovski 10x50 EL? No, but that is a different size and the exit pupil is much bigger on those. For what it is I can wholly say it does a damn good job.

All in all these binos are a great value for your dollar, with added emphasis on value, it is an excellent bang for your buck bino that does not compromise quality and craftsmanship anywhere. I honestly feel this was the best purchase I've made in a long long time, and I'm not worried about the warranty as it is lifetime and transferable. Full disclosure I have not dealt with Meopta regarding customer service so I can't give an opinion on that, but with that kind of warranty it says a lot about the quality of bino you are purchasing as in they stand behind a quality instrument which if taken care of should last you a lifetime. If you need to have swaros but don't have the dollars I highly recommend these instead, they are truly slightly and I mean hair splittingly slightly behind them (new hd swaros btw).

Buy these binos you will not regret it one bit.

P.S Ben here at Sport Optic is super helpful, give him a call for any questions.
Exceeded my expectations by far Review by John
I wanted a pair of "big" binoculars for mountain and marine viewing, and settled on these as a compromise between so-called "alpha" brands and junk.

I'm glad that I did. These have been great.

I also got the tripod adapter for them, but I can actually hand-hold these for my purposes, so I'm even happier about that.

I haven't done a side-by-side comparison with the brands that cost even more than these (which were not cheap by any means), but I don't see how anything could be better.

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