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Pop out to Focalpoint & have a look at the range now, they have improved since yours were launched so you may see another model that suits you better. I have a zero excess insurance policy but maybe I am lucky !! Just give us a call on 01925 730399.

This thread is within the Focalpoint Forum area which we are allowed due to our sponsorship helping to keep these forums running. Hopefully birders will consider us for their optics so that we can continue to sponsor this site. Keeping us going keeps the Forums going for all smile



-- Edited by Doc Brewster on Tuesday 13th of September 2016 02:11:12 PM

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At 60 for a new pair at Amazon, you won't get them repaired for that, so if your happy with them you may has well buy a new pair, and I wouldn't risk an insurance claim for 60 your access will probably be 3 times more than that anyway. look to getting something new.

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To be honest Martin the repair may be uneconomical. We can take a look at Focalpoint and do a free assessment for you and give you a ballpark figure. We would have to see them though. If they are uneconomical to repair I can sort out a free insurance claim document for you to put in a claim if that's what you want to do. We have a 99% record of people getting paid out on their home insurance policy, just a thought smile

We are on 01925 730399, Mon-Fri 9.30am-5pm and Sat 10am-4pm if you want to ring for a chat about it smile



-- Edited by Doc Brewster on Monday 12th of September 2016 10:10:54 PM

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Peter Nolan Woolley wrote:





Afternoon Martin, could try Stockport telescope and binocular centre, and see they could help, looking at the price of the dps1 though, may be cheaper to buy a new set rather than try and repair your current set




Stockport Binocular and Telescope Centre no longer has a walk-in shop. They now only operate as an on-line service.

Cheers John

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Speak to Paul Brewster at Focalpoint first and foremost.

Purely from my own experience I wouldn't take a cold to Stockport Optics.

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Martin Whittam wrote:

Hi Guys
I dropped my Olympus DPS1's on concrete & now each side focusses at different length's. Does anyone know where I can get them repaired?






Afternoon Martin, could try Stockport telescope and binocular centre, and see they could help, looking at the price of the dps1 though, may be cheaper to buy a new set rather than try and repair your current set

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Hi Guys
I dropped my Olympus DPS1's on concrete & now each side focusses at different length's. Does anyone know where I can get them repaired?

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