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1Humminbird Helix 5 CHIRP G2
2Garmin Striker 7sv
3Lowrance HDS 7 Gen3
4Garmin echoMAP CHIRP 73sv
5Raymarine Dragonfly 7 PRO

Levenhuk Vegas Review

We tested the Vegas 10×52 out in the British Virgin Islands and were surprised by the good quality of these binoculars.  We were most surprised by the clarity of images during very little daylight. The diopter scale is located conveniently at the bottom side of the right eyepiece with plus

Olympus Magellan Review

The Olympus Magellan is mid-size 7×50 marine binocular that weighs in at 39-ounces. Noted features in this binocular review included individual eye focus and a smooth blue plastic exterior armor. The diopter scale is located on the bottom side of the eyepieces with index and scale marks molded into the

West Marine Tahiti Review

The West Marine Tahiti 7×50 marine binocular has a sleek modern appearance and is shielded from the elements with a layer of blue and black plastic armor coating. Tahiti features center focus with a single adjustable diopter on the right eyepiece. Testers noted the center focusing mechanism worked smoothly and

Swift Sea King Review

The Swift Sea King has the traditional look of a military-style binocular with its black stepped armor and beefy construction. Features include individual eye focus, front lens caps secured to the center hinge, and a neck strap with wide nylon webbing. Compare Best Prices on Binoculars Here. The diopter scale

Swarovski SLC 7x50B Review

The Swarovski SLC 7x50B features a roof prism design that gives these marine binoculars a very long, narrow, sleek look. This binocular review found the SLC’s tipping the scale at just under 41-ounces making this set comparable in weight to other expensive binos we’ve reviewed. Swarovski claims patented multi-coated glass

Steiner Marine II Review

The Steiner Marine II is a rebranded Steiner Observer marketed by marine retail giant, West Marine. As we observed in this binocular review the Marine II is nearly identical in appearance to the Steiner Commander series binocular. Differences noted were lack of high definition glass, lack of clip-lock strap attachment,

Steiner Binoculars Reviewed

Steiner binoculars are another very popular brand found at the helm of many commercial vessels. A few versions of the Commander line are also a top choice of charterboat captains and recreational anglers. Cruisers, fishermen, and sailors will find a number of binoculars in the Commander line to be well

ProMariner WaterSport RC Review

The ProMariner Watersport RC is a 7×50 marine binocular that looks sleek with a smooth yellow soft plastic finish. As part of our binocular review we weighed these binos in at 39-ounces. The Watersport RC is equipped with center focus and a single adjustable diopter on the right eyepiece. As

ProMariner High Seas RC Reviews

The ProMariner High Seas RC is another of the 7×50 compact-style marine binocular we checked out thoroughly in our latest binocular review. They stand just over six inches high when resting on the objective lens caps and weigh in at 40-ounces. The High Seas RC uses a center focus mechanism

ProMariner Gulfstream GS50 and GS30 Reviews

The ProMariner Gulfstream GS50 and Gulfstream GS30 are compact nearly identical 7 x 50 marine binoculars. We cover both on this page. Both are fairly light, weighing in at a mere 35-ounces. The pair features a squat design and measure right at six inches high when standing on the front

Nikon Ocean Pro Review

The Nikon Ocean Pro marine binocular has sleek look and smooth grey finish. They weigh in at 41-ounces, making them a couple ounces heavier than other comparable binoculars. One of the first things we noticed in this binocular review was the Ocean Pro compass. It is one of the smallest

Fujinon Binoculars Review

Fujinon binoculars are very popular gear at the helm of many commercial vessels. A few models from the Polaris line are also a top pick for charterboat skippers and experienced recreational anglers. Recreational boaters will find three of the Fujinon Polaris Series to be suitable for small boat operations. Two

Celestron Oceana Review

The Celestron Oceana is a rather compact marine binocular that stands about six inches high when resting on the objective lens caps. Features noted in this binocular review include individual eye focus, objective lens caps secured to the center hinge, and a slide rule style distance calculator printed on the

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