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RE: Binocular repairs


dave broome wrote:

Great service as always today, with in-house maintenance on a pair of binoculars. Cant recommend this place enough and extremely quick to get to from GM


 Thank you so much Dave :) Great to see you and have a chinwag as always :)



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Great service as always today, with in-house maintenance on a pair of binoculars. Cant recommend this place enough and extremely quick to get to from GM

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Craig Higson wrote:

I think Focal Point near Warrington do repairs. Doc Brewster , one of the staff there, is a member of this forum - maybe drop him a message


 Yep, just drop me a PM as Craig kindly says :) All bins have to go away for repair, usually to the supplier as the seals etc need replacing but I can give an idea of cost if I have a look at them :) And Focalpoint does sponsor this Forum and has been doing for several years so you would be supporting it too. Rest assured we make no profit from repairs either, they are charged at cost :)

 

 



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I think Focal Point near Warrington do repairs. Doc Brewster , one of the staff there, is a member of this forum - maybe drop him a message

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Hi,

I recently dropped my bins on my last birding on a trip to Jordan. Does anyone know the best (and cheap) place to repair them? They are Viking Vistron.

Ian



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