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Vortex Viper 50mm Binocular Case

BAC-VT-VPR-CASE50
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Carry the 50mm Vortex Viper binocular in style! Protect your Viper with this deluxe, padded nylon case. Stow your keys in the inner pocket and wear the strap over your shoulder or attach the case to your belt loop. Interior measures approximately 7.5 x 6.0 x 2.5 inches (HxWxD).

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Nice case, great for Canon 12x36 IS - 02/14/2016

by Michael H. from Houston TX

I got this case on the very helpful recommendation of Laura at EO to replace the awkward case that comes standard with Canon IS 12x36 binoculars. For the money this is a 5 star case. Light but solidly made with a reasonable amount of padding, an adjustable strap with a shoulder pad and clips for quick attachment and a small zippered compartment in the top flap for carrying small items. It has belt loops on the back which are quite versatile and useful. The two loops are each split into two levels, so basically there four loops, an upper and a lower pair. Some reviewers have questioned/criticized this design with respect to similar model cases but it works very well when worn correctly. If you detach the shoulder strap and carry on your belt only, you should use the top loops for best balance as the bins will ride lower on the belt. If you use the lower loops for belt only carry the bins will ride too high and feel unbalanced and awkward but this isn't a design flaw. The best and most secure way is to carry on your belt and also use the shoulder strap cross body for additional stability, support and to split the weight between shoulder and belt. The added stability of this method also makes it easier to move the bins in and out of the case. If you skip a belt loop or two under the case, you can shift the case around on the belt as may be convenient. For me this method works best when using the lower set of loops which I think is the purpose of having the loops at two different levels. The loops will accommodate the 1&1/2 inch belt I use and could possibly be used with 1&3/4 inch as well. A wider (as well as thicker/stronger) belt makes for more comfortable carry. The case can also be used cross body without belt and around the neck. Great product for the money.

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