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Astronomy tests Oberwerk’s 45° 70mm Binocular Telescope

Superb optics, high-quality workmanship, and interchangeable eyepieces make this product a winner.
RELATED TOPICS: BINOCULARS | OBERWERK
Oberwerk BT-70-45 Binocular Telescope
Oberwerk's 45° 70mm Binocular Telescope features 70-millimeter front lenses and interchangeable eyepieces. Astronomy: James Forbes
It should be no secret that I love big binoculars. Viewing the universe with both eyes is a more personal experience than squinting through a telescope. So, when I was given a chance to review Oberwerk’s 45° 70mm Binocular Telescope (BT-70-45), I jumped at the opportunity.

Oberwerk Corp. from Dayton, Ohio, introduced the BT-70-45 in the fall of 2012 as a lighter, downsized version of its flagship BT-100-45. While far less expensive than the larger binoculars, this kid brother shares many of its sibling’s finer qualities.
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