Spring into nature this Easter with SWAROVSKI OPTIK

The upcoming Easter weekend will provide outdoor enthusiasts with four long days to put a spring in their step during a walk in the Great British countryside. For those who want to see and experience more on their pursuits this April, a pair of binoculars from SWAROVSKI OPTIK, a world-leading manufacturer of long-range optics, is a well-suited match.  

Whether walkers are tracking rare species of bird such as the Dartford warbler along the New Forest Coastline or searching for red deer in the Lake District, SWAROVSKI OPTIK offers a variety of binoculars appropriate for all types of viewing needs. Explorers who already own a pair of SWAROVSKI OPTIK binoculars can also capture high-quality, close-up images and videos during picturesque walks in areas such as the Cotswolds by attaching the VPA variable phone digiscoping adapter to most smartphones.

Track Down Warblers Along the New Forest Coastline with SWAROVSKI OPTIK’s CL Companion Binoculars, From £930
Hampshire’s New Forest boasts more than 140 miles of tracks and footpaths and provides walkers with easy-to-follow routes amongst ancient woods, beautiful heathland and charming villages. Starting from Exbury Gardens, walkers should head to the hamlet of Lepe for a chance to view birds such as the elusive Dartford warbler along the coast and picturesque pine-fringed cliffs. SWAROVSKI OPTIK’s CL Companion binoculars are ideal for carrying on longer walks, thanks to their light weight of 490g and compact size. The CL Companion binoculars fit perfectly in the hand and are available in either 8x or 10x magnification, ensuring viewing is smooth and jitter-free. The elegantly-designed binoculars also come with a bespoke accessory package, which consists of a field bag plus a carrying strap and is available in three designs: NORTHERN LIGHTS, URBAN JUNGLE and WILD NATURE. For further details, visit SWAROVSKI OPTIK.

Search For Red Deer In the Lake District with SWAROVSKI OPTIK’s EL 8×32 Binoculars, From £1,690
The Lake District is one of the UK’s 31 World Heritage Sites and offers nature-lovers over 900 square miles of lakes, forests and mountains to explore. Grizedale Forest is the largest forest in the Lake District and is a haven for wildlife, including the only remaining indigenous woodland herd of red deer in England. Walkers can also potentially spot red kites by beginning their walk at the Grizedale Visitor Centre and following the Forestry Commission’s marker points to Carron Crag, the highest point in the park. For spotting rare red deer and red kites during sustained viewing periods, SWAROVSKI OPTIK’s EL 8×32 binoculars are perfect when size and weight are important factors. The model’s unique wrap-around grip allows the binoculars to fit comfortably in a walker’s hands and the 8x magnification offers the largest possible 141-metre field-of-view, which is ideal for absorbing the incredible panoramic views at Carron Crag. The binoculars are available in green or sand-brown and offer users crystal-clear, colour-true images with razor-sharp contours. For more information, visit SWAROVSKI OPTIK.

Enjoy the Splendor of the Cotswolds with SWAROVSKI OPTIK’s Universal VPA Variable Phone Adapter, From £132
Accessible in just a few hours from London, the Cotswolds’ rolling hills are a popular Easter retreat for city-dwellers. The Cotswold Way’s Crickley Hill is a Site of Special Scientific Interest thanks to its rich diversity of wild flowers and green and great spotted woodpeckers can also be spotted at the hill, amongst other species of birds and mammals. Lovers of the Cotswolds who already own a pair of SWAROVSKI OPTIK binoculars can capture high-quality, close-up images and videos to share with loved ones back home in the city by attaching the VPA variable phone digiscoping adapter from SWAROVSKI OPTIK to most smartphones, instantly turning it into a telephoto zoom lens. The VPA variable phone adapter’s weight, height and camera recess position can be adjusted and can be easily mounted to most of SWAROVSKI OPTIK’s binoculars and spotting scopes using three different adapter rings. The adapter is available in an anthracite colour and is light yet rugged thanks to the use of fiberglass-reinforced polymer. For further details, visit SWAROVSKI OPTIK.The world belongs to those who can see beauty.

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Photo captions:
Image 1: SWAROVSKI OPTIK’s CL Companion binoculars in the colour green with WILD NATURE accessory pack.
Image 2: SWAROVSKI OPTIK binoculars are the ideal companion for countryside walks this Easter.
Image 3: SWAROVSKI OPTIK’s Universal VPA Variable Phone Adapter.

ABOUT SWAROVSKI OPTIK
SWAROVSKI OPTIK, headquartered in Absam, Tyrol, is part of the Swarovski group of companies. Founded in 1949, the Austrian company specialises in the development and manufacturing of long-range optical instruments of the highest precision in the premium segment of the market. The binoculars, spotting scopes, rifle scopes, and optronic instruments are products of choice for demanding users. The company’s success is based on its innovative strength, the quality and intrinsic value of its products, and their functional and esthetic design. The appreciation of nature is an essential part of its company philosophy and is reflected commendably in its environment-friendly production and its long-term commitment to selected nature conservation projects. The turnover in 2018 was 156.3 million euros (2017: 146 million euros), with an export ratio of 91%. The company has around 960 employees.

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