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Hello steve, hope your both doing well now, these were discussed on the UK airgun forum yesterday, and the video, although no mention of a UK supplier, look on here, www.haweltech.com, the Chinese factory, ? How the chap on video got one 🤔 some one in UK must be in touch with the above factory, have you looked on Aliexpress or Alibaba, ?  I do like the other model more 007 pard ?Cheers

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5 minutes ago, oldypigeonpopper said:

Hello steve, hope your both doing well now, these were discussed on the UK airgun forum yesterday, and the video, although no mention of a UK supplier, look on here, www.haweltech.com, the Chinese factory, ? How the chap on video got one 🤔 some one in UK must be in touch with the above factory, have you looked on Aliexpress or Alibaba, ?  I do like the other model more 007 pard ?Cheers

Hello, you could try email the company sales@haweltech.com

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10 minutes ago, oldypigeonpopper said:

Sent mail reference UK supplier or where to purchase, bearing in mind the new Uk rules and costs of imports, 

Hello, just had reply, only sold on Aliexpress under  Howel  ScopeMate,  until have UK supplier, that one show on video, £218 via their on line shop, 

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33 minutes ago, oldypigeonpopper said:

Hello, just had reply, only sold on Aliexpress under  Howel  ScopeMate,  until have UK supplier, that one show on video, £218 via their on line shop, 

Thanks Gordon. They look okay, especially for the price. I think that if I didn't already have a PARD 007 (which I haven't even used yet!) I would consider buying one.

I'll pass on all details to my mate and he can chase it up.

                              

38 minutes ago, Demonic69 said:

Thanks. 

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My advice is take it with a large pinch of salt. Most people in the west who tried one of the PARD spotters could not focus their eyes to the screen until an additional lens was fitted in front of the screen: that is because it worked fine for the Chinese who devised it but it turns out their eyes can focus closer than ours - don't ask me how because I don't know. 

What I can say from experience which I show in a video below, is that we need to look at a screen that is about our normal reading distance from our eyes - how close you comfortably can read the ingredients on say a tin of soup is how close your eyes would ideally be from a screen that doesn't have an adjustable dioptre lens in front of it. That distance is 10 to 12 inches for my eyes and may differ a little for most other westerners.

I often tried focusing the crosshair on the target with the monitor on the camera carrying tube but always found it much much better for my eyes to shift the monitor to the scope tube in front of the scope turrets. During my experiments about five years ago I also tried it on the closer section of scope tube before concluding the longer distance was better. A youngster might fare better at closer distances.

Draw your own conclusions but keep in mind the chap who did the review did not show how he held or supported his rifle when shooting it. I surmise the rifle will have been on a bipod while his head was behind the entire butt. I suggest its unlikely anyone in the west could focus on a target while the rifle is shouldered.

I have retired from building such rigs now.

 

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2 hours ago, oldypigeonpopper said:

Hello, just had reply, only sold on Aliexpress under  Howel  ScopeMate,  until have UK supplier, that one show on video, £218 via their on line shop, 

 

14 minutes ago, steve_b_wales said:

There's another one, similar to a PARD 007, that will be on the market soon, I believe, called a Megaorei 3

Simple fact is , I dont know a single person thats tested one , or is planning to buy one to test, and theres a good reason for that, the price.
£218 plus delivery and import duty, youll be looking at £300.

They are not cheap enough to risk an inferior product than the Pard, are they inferior ? Probably, maybe?
The specs sheet on them confirms lower resolution screens, cameras a mystery, the design is just a straight rip off of the 007, but thats Chinese 'ingenuity ' for you.
Buy one if you must , but prepare for disappointment if you do.

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