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Yes it does, case and lens caps, brilliant buy it was for us!
By alessandra durand on 21 March 2014
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yes
By mrs s j levitt on 17 August 2014
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I was quite impressed with the optical quality, especially at the price. My only reservation was the mechanism that supports the eyepieces. It is a bit flimsy. Therefore, if you press the eyepiece to your face the mechanism flexes and the focus drifts. If you are aware of this, you need to support the binoculars away f… see more I was quite impressed with the optical quality, especially at the price. My only reservation was the mechanism that supports the eyepieces. It is a bit flimsy. Therefore, if you press the eyepiece to your face the mechanism flexes and the focus drifts. If you are aware of this, you need to support the binoculars away from your eye sockets so as not to apply any pressure to them. see less
By M. Young on 20 November 2013
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The box says made in China.
By john wright on 12 November 2015
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Yes
By Tony Reeves on 08 December 2015
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They are x50 aperture, which is generally regarded as suited to low light conditions. I used them for stargazing, and they worked well- for instance I could make out all four of Jupiter's moons.
The larger the aperture the better the performance in low light. I'm not sure what you mean by night vision- if there is no l… see more
They are x50 aperture, which is generally regarded as suited to low light conditions. I used them for stargazing, and they worked well- for instance I could make out all four of Jupiter's moons.
The larger the aperture the better the performance in low light. I'm not sure what you mean by night vision- if there is no light at all, obviously you won't see anything through them, but that goes for all standard bins. see less

By king_midas on 09 March 2016
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Mr t they do , although I only use mine for the buzzards down the nature reserve and they are quite a distance , .
By Simon on 15 May 2015
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I bought a pair of olympus10x 50 I did not think they were very good . gave the m away
By Amazon Customer on 14 August 2016