Brunton Epoch Compact – Binoculars and Telescopes: Reviews
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These pocket-friendly glasses proved their worth on a trip down under, where spotting honeyeaters and musky rat kangaroos was easy. On our test back home, they were the best small binocs of the bunch, with tight, clean images, thanks to top-of-the-line SF prism glass and a light (13.5 oz) but substantial feel in-hand. The price tag is big for such a small package, but the clarity is worth it.