Wildlife & Nature Event, Sun 30 Apr 2017, free entry
This spring, SWAROVSKI OPTIK will be bringing their crystal-clear optics to the UK from 30 April to 1 May and will be taking to two of the UK’s most popular nature reserves to showcase a brand new product, the BTX binocular spotting scope.
Bringing the most revolutionary viewing experience ever to birders, the leading optics brand has combined the benefits of a spotting scope and dual-vision binoculars with the BTX. Through employing unique technology, the spotting scope uses the visual power of both eyes to enable observers to overcome traditional limitations and appreciate wildlife for many hours with an angled view and ergonomic forehead rest.
Naturally, the BTX is compatible with all objective modules in the ATX/STX family and its launch is partnered with a carefully curated range of adapted accessories to further enhance the joys of observing wildlife. The crystal clear SWAROVISION technology reproduces razor-sharp and high-colour images in the finest detail, right to the edge of the field of view. What is more, the BTX is available with a 30x or 35x magnification level, to suit the user’s needs, and the magnification can be swiftly increased to 50x or 60x by using the MR 1.7x magnification extender, available as an optional accessory. Perfect for following the ever-changing activity of wildlife!
The BTX Tour 2017 will take place at two locations across the UK and SWAROVSKI OPTIK would love for you to join them and wildlife specialist Mike Dilger, to learn more about this special new product and the existing binoculars in the SO range:
By Road: Located half a mile east of Cley-next-the-Sea on the A149 coast road. The Coasthopper bus stops outside the nature reserve.
By Public transport:
Timetables and information can be accessed via the public transport information partnership Traveline. Traveline allows you to plan journeys from and to a postcode, postal address, town or village, named station or stop, or point of interest.
Call 0871 200 2233 to speak to an operator and plan your journey, or log onto www.traveline.info/ choose your location then simply type in where you are travelling from and to for a detailed trip summary.
Accessible by Public Transport: 0 miles from Sheringham station