November 9, 2017

Field Test of Droptine Binoculars

TargetTamers.com is working on providing in-depth field reviews of all sorts of outdoor products. Burris sent them a pair of the Droptine Binoculars, and they wrote up an in-depth review.  Click the link to see the whole thing over at their site.

Here's the conclusion:

My Verdict

The Droptine 10X42 binoculars performed better than I had expected in every way possible. Here I was thinking they’ll be “just okay.”  However, I found them to be the complete opposite. Very comfortable to handle, easy to use, fast to focus, and so lightweight that I carried this baby around everywhere!

Its optical prowess is above par. Granted, I needed as much available light as I could get to achieve pristine clarity. But, for the optical quality I saw with my own eyes without the phase-correction coatings that the Signature HD binos have, I was truly impressed. I’m not privy to Burris’ proprietary formulas, but whatever they’re doing, they need to keep it up. I for one am ecstatic that they’ve come out with their own line of binoculars. The Burris binocular band wagon is back in town! Why not get on it?

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