[Tweeters] Re: RFI binocular harness recommendations

ray holden rayleeholden at yahoo.com
Thu Mar 30 02:30:40 PDT 2017


My last one came from Cabelas and the front bands are not elastic which keeps the bins from bouncing up and down as you walk.  I would look for that as a feature of any future ones for myself.  Of course the advantage of buying them from a sporting goods or wild birds unlimited is that you can check them out before you buy.   Good luck.  Ray Holden
Olympia, WA

Life is for the birds.  

From: John Bishop <bishopjg at earthlink.net>
To: tweeters at u.washington.edu
Sent: Wednesday, March 29, 2017 3:03 PM
Subject: [Tweeters] Re: RFI binocular harness recommendations

We have been using Rick Young Outdoor bin harnesses for several years on Zeiss and Nikon Monarch binoculars, and we love them. More versatile, take less space, and they don’t bounce as much as the other chest harness systems we’ve used.  We even bought one for our camera.
http://rickyoungoutdoors.com/basic-ultra-light-bino-harness/


| Subject: RFI binocular harness recommendations

Date: Wed Mar 29 2017 9:43 am
From: judyemull AT yahoo.com |

|   |

| My harness broke again and is past my repair ability. I went to Amazon to research what's available. In reading the reviews on each, almost every one had negative comments about durability, fastened strength or shape etc. Does anyone have a good recommendation? I walk a lot as I carry my bins so I don't like getting thumped by using neck strap types.




Judy Mullally Port Angeles judyemull at yahoo.com |

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