Optik Binoculars and Swarovski Crystal Figurines


Swarovski Optik is an industry leader in high quality, precision long-range optics, scopes &  binoculars.  The binoculars feature the Swarovski Optik logo  – the Hawk.  They range in price from $950 – $1700.

But, Did You Know ? about the Swarovski Crystal Binoculars? 
These are a crystal figurine in the shape of Swarovski binoculars, about 1 inch in length.  Supposedly, the figurine was a display piece for Swarovski Optik retailers in Hong Kong in 1995.  They sell on the secondary market for $250 – $400.

Another small figurine depicting crystal binoculars was produced in the Crystal Moments product line from 2000 through mid-2002.  They are 1-1/4 inches / 32mm wide, with the Swan logo. They initially sold for $32.50.  You can buy them on the secondary market for approximately $50.00.

Highly sought after by Crystal Fanatics are 2 Optik Falcon Heads in a Small and Large version.
They were produced for Swarovski Optik retailers in Europe to celebrate 50 years of manufacturing.
The small Falcon Head measures 1 3/4 inches &  45mm High. The larger size is 4 inches, 102mm High, weighing 2 lb. 9 oz. It is etched with the Optik Logo, and retired  in 1999.  You can pay up to $2,000 for this set on the secondary market.

Optik has also released various acccessories: key chains, watches, & pins.

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4 thoughts on “Optik Binoculars and Swarovski Crystal Figurines

  1. I dugg some of you post as I cerebrated they were handy very beneficial

  2. Avery Nikkel says:

    Very interesting points you have observed, thanks for posting.

  3. Marlene says:

    Good one Robert… but the crystal binoculars that Pat is referring to are just display pieces; they are not functioning binoculars 🙂

  4. Robert says:

    Great article Pat.I have seen and heard of small pocket binoculars.But an inch long, how do you find them?Let alone see through them?(Ha,Ha,Ha,)

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