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Vortex Razor UHD Binoculars Review

4 Things You Need to Know Before You Buy BBR YouTube Version of this Article on the Vortex Razor UHD Binoculars Review In this article and in the video above, I’m discuss four really important things that you need to consider before deciding whether or not to buy the new Vortex Razor UHD Binoculars or […]


Celestron TrailSeeker ED 8x42 Binocular Photoshoot

It is very hot in France at the moment and so I decided to make today a studio day! Below are most of the photos I took for the new Celestron TrailSeeker ED 8x42 Binocular Review: Focus Wheel 42mm Objective Lenses Included Accessories Review Read the full Celestron TrailSeeker ED 8x42 Binoculars Review


Best Hiking Binoculars under 100?

Why I bought the Vortex Vanquish 10x26 Binoculars: In this article and in the video below, I reveal my thoughts and reasons as to why I chose to buy the Vortex Vanquish 10x26 binoculars for my camping trip and why I think they are one of the best hiking binoculars if your budget is under […]


Yukon Solaris Binoculars Review

Of all the binoculars manufactured by Yukon Advanced Optics Worldwide, it is the Solaris series that is to me the most interesting. Consisting entirely of 50mm Porro prism models, these budget binoculars come in a range of magnifications, that starts with a low 7x power and ends with a massive 20x model, with everything in-between. […]


Vortex Solo Monoculars Review

The Solo series of budget monoculars form Vortex is specifically aimed at users who love exploring the great outdoors and it’s wildlife including birds and larger animals, but who also require a very lightweight and compact optical device that is as easy to pack and carry with them as possible. This includes hikers, backpackers, general […]


Steiner SkyHawk 4.0 Binoculars Review

Whilst the very similar Steiner Ranger Xtreme binoculars are marketed with hunting as the main focus, the Steiner SkyHawk positions itself as more of a general wildlife, nature loving and birding binocular. That being said, like the Ranger Xtreme, there is no real reason why you could not use the correct model within the SkyHawk […]


Steiner Ranger Xtreme Binoculars Review

Steiner Optics position and market the Ranger Xtreme in Europe as high performance, mid-price range hunting binoculars (eg: view this article on the Best Hunting Binoculars for Under $600), but after taking a look at their features and specifications, I have to say that there is also no reason why any of the Steiner Ranger […]


New Leupold BX-2 Alpine Binoculars Launched

Available in 8x42, 10x42, 10x52, and 12x52 configurations, Leupold & Stevens, Inc., have just released their new mid-level (rrp: $299.99 and $379.99) BX-2 Alpine binoculars onto the market. Best in Class?Zach Bird, the Product Line Manager for Leupold & Stevens says that they have been designed to compete with the very best binoculars in their […]


Factory Tour: BBR Visits Steiner

Did You Know?Since it’s inception in 1947, every single Steiner binocular has been manufactured in the Steiner facility located in Bayreuth, Germany? This is in stark contrast to many sports optics brands that now outsource some or in some cases all of their production to cheaper facilities in far-flung areas of the world where the […]


Best Athlon Binoculars for the Money

Athlon Optics have a large selection of instruments in a wide range of prices, so whilst the choice is there, it can sometimes make it difficult to not only find the right configuration for your needs, but which range or series matches your expectations in terms of their function and image quality and at the […]