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Old 30-07-2019, 04:48 PM
Digby
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ZEISS 7x42 Dialyt B/GA T*P* Classics

Needing to raise funds, so up for sale are my Zeiss 7x42 Bino's.

This is one of the most popular binoculars that Zeiss ever produced, and for good reason. Its size, weight,(800 grams) 7 power, and large 6mm exit pupil make it very easily and relaxing to observe with and its 60-degree apparent field enables it to provide a huge 8.60 degree true field. Zeiss first introduced these in 1981 and they remained in production until the early 2000's. Over the years Zeiss continued to make improvements to them and especially their coatings. The model offered here is the B/GA T* P* one which is the last version they made and it is the most valuable and sought after one today on the used market.

These binoculars are legendary. If there was a list of the best Binoculars ever made, the Zeiss 7x42 Dialyt B/GA T*P* would be there...
Plenty of info and reviews on the inter web.

Great to use during the day, and at night cruising the Milky Way with its 8.6* FOV.
I sourced this pair from the US about 5 years ago. Even thou the rubber armour shows a bit of wear, the optic's and all moving parts are in Very good condition.
Comes with harness, and rain guard. No eye or lens caps.

If and when these ever appear, they fetch around $850 USD not including postage or Duty.

Using the above as a guide, Im open to offers...

Please PM if interested.
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Old 31-07-2019, 08:59 AM
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PM'd. Your spotting scope looks great too, if only it had variable powers and took astro eyepieces!!
 

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