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    After some recommendations for good childrens binoculars please! Thank you :-)

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    Cardboard tube cut in half joined with tape apply wool or ribbon strap xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by watford wizz View Post
    Cardboard tube cut in half joined with tape apply wool or ribbon strap xx
    Lol thank you, I was thinking more of real ones though! :-) x

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    We've got ELC ones that have lasted about 10 years now

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    Quote Originally Posted by kellib View Post
    We've got ELC ones that have lasted about 10 years now
    Thanks kellib, are they actual working binoculars rather than toy ones if you know what I mean? Thank you :-) x

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    Look on ebay for children's ones that actually work. I have fisher price ones, lasted years

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    Quote Originally Posted by mumofone View Post
    Thanks kellib, are they actual working binoculars rather than toy ones if you know what I mean? Thank you :-) x
    Yes they are working ones

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