Not tryin' to endorse anybodies product but I got some Bino Bandits today. So I installed them on my 9x60s and since it's a really slow day at work, I took them and my tripod out to have a look.....
Big white fluffy Cumulus clouds dot the skies. In the far distance it looks as though it's one big cloud, but as they approach, they are broken with big patches of blue sky in between. The clouds are swirling horizontally, rolling into one another, rising and falling in the same cloud. I watched for several minutes and switched to a different set of clouds as they go by. Two clouds coming together and between them a cloud water fall forms. As darker clouds pour out of the lighter, falling down hundreds of feet until......poof it's all gone as the clouds continue to mix.
The Bino Bandits worked great! Kept the light out from the sides of my eyes. If they worked this good in the daytime, I can't wait to use them at night! No more light pollution getting in the sides of my eyes or glaring off the lenses. This is a big deal as I'm in very light polluted conditions.
1. I don't wear glasses and don't know if they would work as well for you if you do.
2. I have my eye cups all the way out so my face actually touches the eye cup.