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Re: Pure 14x52
« Reply #15 on: June 21, 2024, 06:31:15 AM »
I just wish they’d put a rangefinder in the NL Pures  :twocents:

That's what I'm waiting for!  Leica geovids until then.

Just a guess, but I'd imagine a LRF set of NL binos would be, if not, up around $5000 and that may put them into a even more limited market share then they already are.

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Re: Pure 14x52
« Reply #16 on: June 21, 2024, 07:31:21 AM »
I just wish they’d put a rangefinder in the NL Pures  :twocents:

That's what I'm waiting for!  Leica geovids until then.

Just a guess, but I'd imagine a LRF set of NL binos would be, if not, up around $5000 and that may put them into a even more limited market share then they already are.

Plus the added weight and the change of ergonomic design defeats the whole purpose of the NL pure.


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Re: Pure 14x52
« Reply #17 on: July 09, 2024, 09:11:53 PM »
If anyone pulls the trigger on a set of 10x52 I’d love to look through them .


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Re: Pure 14x52
« Reply #18 on: July 10, 2024, 01:31:36 AM »
I just wish they’d put a rangefinder in the NL Pures  :twocents:

Maybe to you but for most people the point of the NL Pure is the best optical quality possible. And being able to range instantly while you’re glassing is worth some additional weight, to me. To each their own I guess.

That's what I'm waiting for!  Leica geovids until then.

Just a guess, but I'd imagine a LRF set of NL binos would be, if not, up around $5000 and that may put them into a even more limited market share then they already are.

Plus the added weight and the change of ergonomic design defeats the whole purpose of the NL pure.


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