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One with nature:

The NL Pure in the hands of huntress Berit Helland

NL Pure 42 Berit Helland, Norway

Berit Grøtteland Helland, a huntress from Norway, was one of the first to try the new NL Pure in the field. Let her tell you about her experiences with our brand-new binoculars.

NATURE MEANS EVERYTHING TO ME.BERIT GRØTTELAND HELLAND, NORWEGIAN HUNTRESS
NL Pure 42 Berit & Rocky, Norway

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with nature


Berit notes that if she spends just one day without going outside, her mood gets worse. Like many lovers of the outdoors, Berit needs to be out in nature. Running through the mountains with her dog Rocky clears her mind.

YOU DON’T REMEMBER THE EVENINGS YOU SPENT IN FRONT OF THE TV. IN THE WORLD WE LIVE IN TODAY, IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO GET OUT IN NATURE, TURN YOUR PHONE TO FLIGHT MODE AND ENJOY THE MOMENTBERIT GRØTTELAND HELLAND
NL Pure 42 Berit Helland, Norway

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with the moment


Being present in the here and now, enjoying the moment, is what SWAROVSKI OPTIK’s customers are striving for. Our optical devices bring people closer to the unique preciousness of the present moment. With the NL Pure's amazing field of view, outdoors adventures may turn into #onewithnature moments.

For Berit, the wide field of view means:

YOU SEE MORE AND BETTER. YOU GET MORE CONTROL OVER THE SITUATION BECAUSE YOU SEE THE ANIMAL YOU HUNT, BUT AT THE SAME TIME A LOT OF THE SURROUNDINGS.ERIT GRØTTELAND HELLAND
NL Pure 42-Berit Helland, Norway

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with you


The value of a product is defined by how likely you are to use it and how much joy it brings you. Berit noticed that she did not want to let go of the NL Pure when she took the binoculars for a test run the first time:

The day I got the NL Pure, my dog Rocky and I went out to find deer in the evening. I put Rocky on the leash and we went into the woods. We did not go very far before Rocky started to work against the wind, finding deer. I am used to having a bino harness around my body, so the binos are stable and not hanging around making noise, while holding Rocky’s line in my left hand. However, this evening, after a few hundred meters of approaching the deer, I noticed that I had been holding the binos in my right hand all the way. They fit perfectly into my hands, thus it felt just so natural to carry them during the entire stalk.BERIT GRØTTELAND HELLAND