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Butler Creek Bino Caddy
These Bino Caddy's make a huge difference from the manufacturers neck
strap that binoculars usually come with. I cant stand walking around the
bush with binoculars swinging in front of your chest and having all the weight on your neck. If you cannot afford Bino Caddy's or cannot find some, I definitely recommend having one arm through the neck strap and have the binoculars under your arm by your side. It will take the weight off your neck and keep the binoculars from swinging in front off you. If you are a bow hunter, all the more important. You do not want your bow
string making contact with your binoculars. The Bino Caddy is an inexpensive solution to making wearing binoculars more comfortable. I definitely recommend them. The only problem I have had with them is the
strings that come with the product broke so I used key chain rings to attach my Minox HG binoculars to the Bino Caddy. This works a lot better. One inconvenient thing you might find with the Bino Caddy is when you are driving the binoculars will want to shift to one side so you will have to re-adjust the straps to center the binoculars. The Deluxe Bino Caddy looks like they might have solved this problem with the solid back piece.http://www.butler-creek.com/products/deluxe_bino_buddy.html
Positives: Inexpensive, comfortable.
Negatives: You have to regularly adjust the straps.
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Posted November 20, 2013 by Justin Ott