I’ve been extolling the virtues of Swarovski optical equipment for more than 30 years now, and see no reason to change my allegiance!
Not only is the optical quality right there at the very top of the tree, but product design features work well and, on that rare occasion when there’s a problem, back-up service is exemplary.
I use Swarovski products extensively: telescopic sights, binoculars, rangefinders & spotting ‘scopes. I don’t abuse them, but they do experience a hard life, and they keep on working – brilliantly.
On the following pages on this site, you will be able to find out what’s new, and check out a few tips on how to get the best out of your Swarovski equipment. You will also find a page showing ‘Used Item’ Swarovski gear that I have for sale – well worth checking out if you are looking for fantastic optics at a great price!
Here are links to some of this sites other Swarovski Pages & Posts, which I hope you will find both interesting and informative:
What’s New from Swarovski?
Swarovski’s dS Digital Rifle Scope
Filming the Promo for the dS Launch
Setting Up Swarovski’s Ballistic Turret
Ballistic Turret or Graduated Reticle?
Fitting a Swarovski SR Rail Scope Mount
Shooting Uphill or Downhill using Swarovski’s EL Range Binocular
Swarovski’s official ‘tag’ line is: “SEE THE UNSEEN“!
Here are three more that we like:
“This is the difference between ‘maybe’ and ‘definitely’!” – South African Professional Hunter
“Rolls Royce – the Swarovski of automobiles” – Anon
“Wow! This is better than real!” – young lad at the British Shooting Show
One customer of mine is a very keen bird watcher, spending much of his free time in a hide on the south-east cost of the UK. He purchased a Swarovski ATX 95 spotting ‘scope from me; and this has resulted in two of his friends following suit. I received this email from him:
“The word has got round in the hides that 95 mm scope is the one to have for sea watching. Tony has taken a fair bit of banter about his new scope eg. Someone remarked that he sees the birds so early that they will take another day to arrive and when he spotted a swallow another comment was ” is it sitting on a power line in France ?” Yesterday there were four 95 atx scopes in the hide !!!!”