I ordered a pair of these (actually 2.1x42's) direct from the SVBony site, as they were considerably cheaper than I'd seen them anywhere in the UK. They were £75 direct. I paid just over £9 for delivery, which I was then advised would take between 25-35 days to arrive. I was in no rush, so decided not to opt for the £26 for 3-7 day delivery. One third the cost of the item for delivery seemed excessive.
So I was pretty pleased when they arrived just 8 days later
I've yet to try them out at night (forecast looks good for tonight, so fingers crossed), but first impressions are very good. Beautifully clear images into the woods behind my house and very easy to hold steady. They're heavy, but in a
"This is a quality item" way rather than a "This is too heavy" way.
You get lens caps front and rear, a hand strap, lens cleaning cloth and case. The case was not a hard case as indicated on the site, but a soft cloth pouch but, to be honest, that's probably better for me, as part of the reason I wanted these was to stuff in my pocket on evening dog walks to gaze up in the darker sections.
Overall build quality looks superb, especially for just 75 quid.
I have to admit, I'm pretty impressed with SVBony equipment. I've also got their SV305 camera and SV135 Zoom Lens. To my (admittedly untrained) eyes, it seems like you get a lot of kit for relatively low cost.
Just thought I'd let folk know re the price, as the lowest price I've seen for the UK so far was around £115 from Amazon (plus £8 P&P) and that was being shipped from the US anyway.
I'll report back after some night time viewing.
Now, if I can figure out a way to mount them to my Canon 10x30 IS....