There are different kinds of spotting scopes in the market, but not all are perfect for 1000 yards. They are also not always compatible with your smartphones or offer more than 20x zoom.
The best spotting scope for 1000 yards should offer all of that, along with features like waterproofing and shockproofing. If you are looking for such a spotting scope, you’re in luck! Because we have compiled a list of the top 13 of such scopes and reviewed them for you.
So if you are interested in learning more about spotting scopes, and finding the perfect one for your purpose, be sure to stick around till the very end of this article.
13 Best Spotting Scope for 1000 Yards
We have made sure to pick only the best spotting scopes that are appropriate for your needs, weighing all the pros and cons. Let’s get into the reviews now!
|GoSky Updated Scope with Carry-Bag and Tripod||
|BARSKA Spotting Scope||
|BARSKA Colarado Spotting Scope||
|GoSky Waterproof Spotting Scope||
|Landove BAK-4 Spotting Scope||
|GoSky Spotting Scope HD||
|AD10350 Spotting Scope by BARSKA||
|20-60×60 Spotting Scope by GoSky||
|Sentry Spotting Scope by Bushnell||
|SV42 Spotting Scope by SVBONY||
|GoSky ED Spotting Scope Dual Focusing||
|GoSky 80mm Spotting Scope with Adapter||
|GoSky 2020 Spotting Scope with Tripod||
1. GoSky ED Spotting Scope Dual Focusing
Whether your target is on land or in the sky, the 80mm lens on this bad boy will not disappoint. The zoom/magnification ranges from a minimum of 20x to 60x on the scope as well. You will find the optics on this spotting scope to also come coated with multiple layers of BAK-4 Porro-Prism.
The eyepiece has measurements of 24mm, with an eye relief of 19.5 – 18mm, and an exit pupil of 4.25 – 1.4mm. The field of view stands at a total of 1000 yards as well.
At the same time, the lens is in 5 groups with 9 pieces each, which greatly enhances the transmission of light. This ensures crispness and better clarity even under dim conditions.
Catch sight of your target within seconds, thanks to the dual focusing system on this baby. This system works best due to the new in-built coaxial construction. As a result, the scope automatically zooms into the moving target.
The external casing of this bad boy is enforced with nitrogen, which makes the product anti-moisture and fog-proof as well. For extra comfort, users can rely on the rubber-armored design, which prevents shocks and slips.
You will be glad to know that this spotting scope comes with a digiscoping adapter as well. The adapter will let you connect your smartphone to the scope itself so that you can view images or data of your spotting in real-time.
For further convenience, the package comes with a carrying case for future storage, as well as covers to protect the lens and eyepiece. A cleaning cloth is also equipped for maintenance.
- Multi-resistant (i.e. water, shock, and fog-proof) feature enhances the overall performance of the product
- Adjustable magnification lets you choose distance coverage at will
- Dual speed and focus system provides accurate spotting
- Retractable sun-shade to protect your eye when needed
- We found that the image quality tends to crack for very long-distance viewing
2. GoSky 80mm Spotting Scope with Adapter
In case you want to get your hands on the best budget spotting scope for target shooting, then calling this model ideal will not be a far-shot. If anything, this bad boy is pretty lightweight as well, coming down to only 3.43 pounds.
On top of that, you get the dual speed and focus system here too. The product is equipped with 2 coaxial wheels for auto-focusing. Spotting your target even while on the move is no biggie with this amazing GoSky scope.
The field of view stands at 1000 yards max, which is accessible through the 80mm multi-coated lenses. Pair that up with the BAK-4 Porro-Prism optics, and you’ve got yourself a beast of a product!
We particularly love the multi-coating on this baby since it enhances light transmission greatly. As a result, the image you receive is crisp, bright, and full of detail.
On the other hand, we have an adjustable magnification for the eyepiece, which can range anywhere between 20x to 60x at most. Zooming in on your target has never been easier.
For comfort, trust GoSky to take everything into consideration. Standing true to that claim is the angled eyepiece on this beast, which comes down to 45 degrees. As a result, you receive unparalleled scoping with optimal eye comfort.
Moreover, the external framework consists of strong and sturdy magnalium material coupled with rubber armor. The magnalium provides durability to the product, while the armor prevents shocks and slipping from hands.
Those hunting in broad daylight will experience comfort from the sun-shade (retractable). Pull it out whenever the sun’s too bright, and save yourself from unwanted glares.
Lastly, know that the product also comes with an adapter that will allow you to connect your smartphone to the scope.
- Dual-focus system automatically centers itself on moving target
- Anti-fog, water, and shockproof armor will stabilize your view
- The product is lightweight enough to carry around without causing arm fatigue
- A wide field of view will let you cover great distances at once
- Long-range viewing can apparently be quite unstable without a steady tripod
3. GoSky 2020 Spotting Scope with Tripod
For starters, we can see that the magnification of this bad boy is similar to most other GoSky models reviewed in this article. The 20x to 60x zoom range will cover a wide distance according to user preference.
On top of that, the objective lenses of 80mm also come coated with multiple layers of green film. As a result, the field of view will let you cover up to 1000 yards at once. The BAK-4 Promo-Prism works to produce crisper and clearer images even in low-light conditions.
Wildlife and scenery watchers will appreciate the waterproof body of this scope since it will let you work even on dewy mornings. At the same time, the external framework is filled with nitrogen, which makes the product very durable and sturdy.
For the grip, you can rely on the shock-resistant grip, thanks to the rubber armor protection on this baby.
The product also comes equipped with an angled eyepiece that tilts to 45 degrees at most. This way, you get comfortable viewing.
As mentioned in the product title, the GoSky 2020 model also comes with a tripod and smartphone adapter. The tripod will make sure your view is steady the entire time you use the scope. On the other hand, the smartphone adapter will let you capture images of your view in real-time.
The tripod is made fully of metal, so you can expect it to be durable, stable, and very sturdy as well. However, make sure to keep the tripod away from moisture, as it might start to rust prematurely.
- The metal tripod is durable and sturdy, allowing steady and stable viewing
- Rubber armor promotes better grip while preventing shocks and slips
- Retractable sun-shade will protect your eyes from the blaring sun reducing glares on the lens
- Adjustable magnification lets you choose what distance you wish to cover
- Product is quite heavy, weighing 4.4 pounds
4. GoSky Updated Scope with Carry-Bag and Tripod
The product comes with high-quality, objective lenses of 80mm in diameter. They are also covered with multiple coats of green film. The lenses can provide you with a clear field of view that covers up to 1000 yards.
On top of that, you will be enjoying a crisp and clear view of your target with help from the BAK-4 Porro-Prism optics. The optics work incredibly well under low light conditions as well.
For the external body, know that this product is constructed with heavy-duty magnalium material. As a result, the body is durable and sturdy. At the same time, the rubber armor ensures stability and shock resistance under harsh weather conditions.
We think you will particularly like the O-shaped ring on this beast, as it works well to prevent moisture from clogging up the scope itself. Nitrogen gas, on the other hand, is important here, too, as it makes the lenses water-resistant.
Lastly, the product comes with a smartphone adapter, T-ring, and T-mount for your camera as well. Store the scope away in its carrying bag when it is not in use.
- BAK-4 Porro-Prism ensures optimal clarity and crispness for every image
- Comes with a T-mount, ideal for those with professional Canon cameras
- O-ring will prevent moisture from clogging the scope
- Rubber armor will prevent unwanted shocks and vibrations
- Image quality apparently starts to degrade the more you increase the yards
5. BARSKA Spotting Scope
Right from the get-go, we can see that the product comes with an incredible magnification that ranges from 25x to 125x at most. With this kind of zooming capability, we bet even the moon will look like it is only 6 feet away!
Jokes apart, the magnification is of top-tier quality, but coupling that up with the BK-7 Porro-Prism glass will give a real champ in the industry.
The focus system is adjustable as well, so you can choose a view that suits you best. On the other hand, the optics on this bad boy are completely coated while also being reinforced with nitrogen gas that keeps moisture at bay.
However, do note that we found the sweet spot to be quite hard to find, which is a bummer since focusing can be a bit hard with this.
That being said, the focusing is the only flaw on the BARSKA spotting scope. In contrast to its tricky focus system, the clarity and crispness of the images are incredible.
You will find the eye-relief on this to be 13.3mm at a magnification of 25x, and 7.6mm at a magnification of 125x. At the same time, the close focus is only 18ft, which translates to roughly 6m.
Alongside the product itself, you will also be receiving a hard and soft carrying case, as well as a tripod and mount in the package.
- Nitrogen gas in the optics prevents moisture from damaging the lenses
- Coated optics allow smooth light transmission
- 25x-125x magnification lets you view far and wide
- 88mm objective lens provides crisp and clear images.
- We found focusing on the sweet spot to be quite tricky.
6. BARSKA Colarado Spotting Scope
Let’s start off with the field of view here, which stands moderately at 1000 yards. Scoping far and wide should not be a problem with this coverage. On the other hand, we have the 90mm ocular lens, which is quite a bit more heavy-duty than your average 80mm lenses.
As a result, such lenses will allow optimal light transmission and crisper image production. Working in low-light should also not be an issue if you have this spotting scope in your inventory.
Alongside the ocular lens, the eye relief stands at 1.78 inches, whereas the close focus is at 10m maximum. For extra comfort, the manufacturer has made the eyepiece angled, so you can choose a degree that works best for you.
On top of that, the straight body of the product is also fully coated with water-resistant and shockproof material, which increases the durability of the product.
For user’s convenience, you will find this to come equipped with a retractable sun-shade as well. The sun-shade can be pulled out anytime there is unnecessary glare on the scope.
The tripod mount itself has a minimum and maximum height of 26.6 inches and 63.4 inches respectively. The best part is that the height is adjustable, so you can go for a level that suits you best.
- In-built sunshade protects eyes and scope from unwanted glares
- Water and fog-resistant coating on product body promotes longevity
- Field of view of 1000 yards covers moderate distance at once
- Height of the tripod mount can be adjusted according to personal requirements
- Tripod itself is apparently quite flimsy
7. GoSky Waterproof Spotting Scope
You will be glad to know that the product comes entirely coated with multiple layers of fog and water-resistant material. On top of that, it is also quite lightweight as well (only 2.41 pounds), and we think it is because of its durable rubber construction.
Alongside that, we have the 80mm objective lens on this baby, which allows clear and unhindered transmission of light at all times. The end result is a crisp and bright image for your eyes.
Coupled with a green film, the lens also has Porro-Prism optics inside, which ultimately delivers an unparalleled view of your target.
For the magnification, you can zoom in and out in a range of 20x to 60x at most. The zoom is also paired up with a dynamic focusing system as well, that ensures automatic magnification even on a moving target.
When it comes to the construction of this bad boy, you can rely on the durable and sturdy magnalium material to be the very best. Such a framework will provide you with incredible performance, even under harsh weather conditions.
On top of that, we love the traditional GoSky rubber armor for the grip. It ensures quality performance but minus the risk of shocks and vibrations. Instead, you get steady and stable imaging at all times.
As always, customer satisfaction is also prioritized by GoSky. Standing true to that claim, this model of theirs also comes with the classic carrying bag for storage, cleaning cloth, and covers for the lens as well.
- Lightweight product (2.41 pounds) is easy to carry around
- Strong and sturdy framework to outlast under harsh weather conditions
- 20x-60x magnification allows you to catch sight of a target even 1000 yards away
- Comes with a water-resistant design that ensures no moisture enters the lens
- Moving the scope while at 60x magnification can distort the image completely
8. Landove BAK-4 Spotting Scope
Thanks to its 80mm objective lens, you can spot animals or the scenery if you may, far and wide at a magnification of 20x-60x. On top of that, the lens also comes coated with a green film which ensures enhanced clarity and crispness of the images produced. The field of view stands at 1000 yards as well.
Transmission of light is made easier and smooth with the addition of the BAK-4 Porro-Prism. Whether you like to use the product in daylight or in the dead of night, the view will also be bright enough for you.
The dynamic focusing system will automatically single out your target or whatever you are trying to view. This makes sightseeing or hunting easier and much simpler as well since you will not have to adjust the focus every time yourself.
When it comes to the construction of this bad boy, though, boy does we love its strong grip! The body is also shock-resistant, so no amount of moving or shaking will distort your view.
If you want, you can also make use of the digiscoping smartphone adapter that comes in the package. This way, you can connect your phone to the scope and view the images produced in real-time.
The best part about the adapter is that it works well with most branded smartphones (with or without casing), while also being compatible with other optical gears. How versatile is that?
Alongside the product itself, you will also be receiving a metal tripod, lens covers (2), and a cleaning cloth as well.
- 20x-60x magnification is moderate enough to let you cover 1000 yards
- Shock and waterproof construction works well under harsh weather conditions
- BAK-4 Porro-Prism produces bright and crisp images even in dim lighting
- Dynamic focus system will automatically single out your main view
- Tripod is quite unsteady, which can eventually distort your view
9. GoSky Spotting Scope HD
With a zooming ability of 20x-60x, this bad boy will produce crystal clear and crisp images while maintaining magnification. Know that you can further “lock” the zoom on your target to take in its details.
However, the lens of the GoSky HD scope is a tad less impressive than its counterparts on our review, mainly because it stands at only 60mm. Regardless of that, it still comes coated with multiple layers of green film and BAK-4 optics, which ensure proper light transmission.
The field of view on this champ is 1000 yards, which is pretty moderate for a product packed with such incredible features.
On top of that, you will find the GoSky scope to come with an angled eyepiece as well, which tilts at an angle of 45 degrees max. This will allow you to maintain consistency with your scoping without causing fatigue to your eye.
Even though the framework of the scope is pretty heavy-duty, it still does not make the product weigh too much (only 3.52 pounds). At the same time, the product is water and fog-proof so that you can use it even in the rain or on dewy mornings.
The best part about this GoSky spotting scope is probably its incredible rubber grip though, which provides unparalleled comfort and hold, even with sweaty hands. This product also comes with a retractable sunshade that ensures zero glare on warm, and bright sunny days.
- Variable magnification covers a great distance letting you “lock” onto a target
- 45 degrees tilt on eyepiece provides eye comfort and prevents fatigue
- The product comes with a digiscoping smartphone adapter for image transfers
- 60mm lens produces bright and crisp images, even in dim conditions
- Tripod that comes equipped in the package is not too sturdy
10. AD10350 Spotting Scope by BARSKA
If you liked our previous entries from BARSKA, you are sure to love this one too. The AD10350 comes with pretty much everything you need in a good quality spotting scope.
Let’s take a look at the lens of this amazing scope before we admire the versatility and durability of its body. And we must say, the lens is pretty impressive and high quality and on par with the rest of the spotting scopes on this list.
The lens used in this spotting scope is a Porro prism lens that is multi-coated. Being multi-coated, it lets in more light, resulting in additional brightness and more clarity in viewing.
Coming with a straight eyepiece, this bad boy is great for hunting and target shooting. The magnification of this scope is 20x to 60x, which is pretty decent for a good telescope for 1000 yards.
The field of view at 1000 yards for this baby is 91 feet when you zoom in 20x, and 45 feet when you zoom in 60x, and the close focus distance is 23 feet. Thanks to all of these, you can view objects at a farther distance clearly, sharply, and brightly.
Now let’s talk about the body of this baby. Having a rugged rubber armor designed to prevent accidents and absorb shock, this model is ideal for all sorts of weather conditions. On top of that, it is completely waterproof and fog proof.
In our opinion, this would be a pretty decent choice for a spotting scope for any purpose.
- Comes with a multi-coated Porro prism lens for more brightness and clarity
- Offers 20x to 60x magnification
- Features a rugged rubber armor
- Fog proof, shockproof, and waterproof
- Not meant for people who prefer angled eyepiece
11. 20-60×60 Spotting Scope by GoSky
We have yet another product from the brand GoSky, as it appears. It is quite similar to the other ones that we have seen on this list of reviews but is unique in its own way. Coming from a popular brand that produces high-quality scopes, this one surely lives up to its reputation.
The viewing experience with this spotting scope is phenomenal! This bad boy uses the standard BAK-4 large lens with a 60mm FMC green-film objective lens.
Ensuring that more light enters the scope, these lenses offer the crispest and clearest images for its viewer. On top of that, you get a 20x to 60x zooming just like most of the products you’ve seen here.
The magnification does not only help to zoom in but also features dynamic focusing. This dynamic focusing ensures you get more stable images that are crisper than others.
For the field of view of this scope, you get 111 feet to 54 feet at 1000 yards (for 20x zoom and 60x zoom, respectively). This is better than that last one we just reviewed, right?
Anyways, enough about the lens. What’s a good lens if the body of the scope can’t protect it? Well, this one can. Just like the earlier entries, this one also features that oh so durable rubber armor.
This armor provides a durable framework as well as protection from impact if you drop the scope. Not just that, but it won’t even slip from your hands.
You can use this scope with your phone too, just like the previous ones. So we are sure you’ll love this one if you liked the other scopes we reviewed.
- Comes with a multi-coated BAK-4 lens for more brightness and clarity
- 20x-60x magnification is pretty decent
- Rubber armor for protection
- Features dynamic focusing
- Not too long-lasting
12. Sentry Spotting Scope by Bushnell
Here’s a spotting scope from a brand that you probably have never heard of, or at least one we haven’t talked about here. That doesn’t mean it’s not good, though.
Bushnell is a pretty underrated brand that produces pretty decent quality spotting scopes. While these aren’t necessarily the absolute best in the market, they can still give most retail store spotting scopes a run for their money.
This spotting scope by Bushnell comes with a 50 mm objective lens with 18x zooming. The magnification is not on par with the previous scopes that we have reviewed, but we would still say that this is not anything too low.
The 50 mm lens ensures the scope absorbs as much light as possible, in order to provide you with the kind of brightness you need while hunting, or birding, or even target practice.
On top of that, the multi-coated optics further ensure the clarity of the image as well as its brightness. Apart from the high-quality lenses, this bad boy also comes with a durable body. Like the high-end ones, this one also features rubber armor that offers the kind of protection your scope needs.
Besides that, the scope is completely waterproof, making it all the more appealing to us. The scope also comes with a tripod to mount it on and helps for long-range viewing such as for 1000 yards.
Although it doesn’t feel anything premium, it gets the job done pretty well, and that is something that we admire about this product. Yes, we definitely recommend it.
- Pretty good image quality due to multi-coated 50mm lens
- Features non-slip rubber armor to prevent dropping
- The scope is waterproof and doesn’t get damaged with it gets wet
- Comes with a compact tripod for added stability
- The lens cap is flimsy and may come off easily
13. SV42 Spotting Scope by SVBONY
This one may not be the best budget spotting scope for target shooting, but it can be used for 1000 yards and for bird watching or astronomical purposes. It is a product that is high quality both in terms of performance and durability.
Coming with a standard BAK-4 lens with multi-coated optics, this scope can ensure maximum brightness for the images, resulting in a clearer and better view. The large eyepieces offer a comfortable view, and then lenses don’t show any false color.
Exceeding the zooming limits of the previous products, this one offers 25x to 75x magnification of an object. This is both a pro and a con — since the more magnification, the more chances there are for the image to be blurry.
However, the focusing system of this scope is pretty high-quality and offers crisp images regardless. Field of view is higher with this scope, being 60 to 105 feet at 1000 yards (for 25x and 75x zoomed, respectively).
The body of the scope is also pretty high quality, given that it is also covered in rubber armor, much like its previous counterparts. And it also comes with a tripod for additional stability.
We would surely recommend this product because of its high magnification and focusing features.
- 25x to 75x magnification offers high range zooming to see objects far away
- Uses high-quality BAK-4 lenses for high clarity
- offers smooth focusing for clear images
- Comes with a tripod for providing stability
- High magnification may result in a slight blur
What to Look for Before Buying?
Hold your horses! Don’t leave just yet, fellas. While the above reviews should be enough to help you find the best spotting scope, we figured you could use some additional pointers. So here’s an elaborate buying guide.
Magnification of a spotting scope is often confused with its field of view and range. While a 10x zoom should do wonders for your scope, most of the time, it is not enough because of the lens type.
The whole 10x zoom is enough thing is an oversimplification of the phenomenon, as different lenses work differently and require different amounts of zooming. Also, the type of target plays a role in the amount of magnification required as well.
In case your target is steel plates, you don’t have to worry at all if the scope offers 10x zoom. You should be able to conveniently use this magnification to shoot 20-inch plates at a distance of 1000 yards.
The most budget-friendly options are able to offer 10x zoom and even more! If your budget allows it, we suggest going for spotting scopes that offer at least 20x zoom, as these should provide more zooming range allowing you to look at much smaller targets at 1000 yards.
Our recommendation would be that if you have the budget for it, try to opt for a spotting scope that features 20x-60x zooming to make the most out of them.
Field of View
Again, this is sometimes confused with magnification. They are somewhat related, but not exactly the same thing. So what does a field of view refer to?
It is the width of the view through the lens at a distance of 1000 yards (in this case). The higher the field of view, the more objects you see through the scope lens. This is inversely proportional to magnification.
The more magnification of scope is, the lower the scope’s field of view would be. It is kind of obvious, isn’t it? When you zoom in on an object, you see less and less of what is beside or around it, right?
So, if you get a scope with higher magnification, you might have to compromise with the field of view. A perfect sweet spot would be to go for spotting scopes with a magnification of 4x to 16x zoom, which should have a field of view ranging between 300 and 375 feet.
This should be a pretty decent combination and should provide you the viewing experience you desire so much.
Straight vs. Angled
Spotting scopes are available in two main types of design. You have your straight scopes, and then there are the angled scopes. What are the differences and which one should you opt for? The main difference lies in the purpose of usage of the scope.
So what is the purpose of the straight design of scopes? Well, if you are someone who loves hunting and will be using the scope for hunting purposes, we recommend getting a straight kind of scope.
You can also use the straight scopes on a car window. Just mount it on your car window and long around with a variety of viewing angles.
The straight design offers more versatility in focusing and helps capture a moving target better. Adjusting a straight scope on a tripod is easier, and you can conveniently operate it.
The angled ones usually come with eyepieces at an angle of 45 degrees with respect to the objective lens, while the straight one is directly in line with it. In terms of quality of views, brightness, and clarity, both kinds of scopes are equal.
Also, if you want to use the scope for target practice in a 1000 yard shooting range, we suggest the angled ones. These are better adjusted to tripods, and you can observe your target for longer, more precisely using the angled scopes.
Angled scopes are also better for bird watching because it makes looking up at the sky easier.
The quality of the lens will determine how clear the view from your scope will be. You can’t rely on cheap Chinese knock-off lenses for this kind of scopes. While the Chinese ones are cheaper and more cost-effective, they won’t serve the purpose as precisely.
You must pay attention to the clarity, color, and brightness of the lens, which will determine how it performs. For 1000 yards, you can’t expect a low-end lens to offer all those.
The BAK-4 lenses used in good quality binoculars and spotting scopes should be the best choice in our opinion. Most of the products we have reviewed come with these lenses, and they are pretty high quality.
Depending on your requirements, you can get anything between coated lens, fully coated lens, and a multi-coated lens. Which one do we recommend you to get? Well, that’s a tricky one.
The fully coated lenses have just one layer of coating with the prism, while the multi-coated one comes with anti-reflective components on one surface. If you are on a budget, we suggest going for a fully coated one.
However, our recommendation would be to get the multi-coated ones as these provide the clearest views and with higher brightness.
Focal length plays a vital role in providing clear images to the viewer. For the purpose of better viewing, we suggest going for an eyepiece with a focal length of 3mm to 6mm.
This high range of focal lengths will allow you to focus at a higher magnification without any difficulty. As for the eyepiece itself, it should be comfortable for your eyes.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Can I use my 1000 yards spotting scope for hunting?
Yes, you can. Spotting scopes can be used along with shotguns to aim better at farther distances with lots of magnification. And the 1000 yards scopes are perfect for that purpose.
2. Is a multi-coated lens good for a spotting scope?
It is not only good, it is one of the best choices for a 1000 yard spotting scope. The multi-coated lenses offer far more brightness and clarity than the coated and fully coated ones. So we recommend this type of coating on the lenses of a spotting scope.
3. What accessories will be needed for spotting scopes for 1000 yards?
You will need a tripod to mount the spotting scope onto. The tripod should provide much more stability, resulting in clearer views. Apart from that, you also need a carrying case, both of which are usually included in the package.
4. What do the numbers on a spotting scope signify?
Usually, the first number signifies the magnification, and the last number signifies the field of view.
5. What would be the typical magnification of a high-quality spotting scope?
A typical high-quality spotting scope should have a magnification ranging between 20x to 60x.
If you asked us, which one is our favorite, we’d be torn between all the scopes from GoSky and BARSKA. These brands are known for producing incredible quality spotting scopes, so saying which one is the best spotting scope for 1000 yards would be a tough choice to make.
Nonetheless, we think the BARSKA Spotting Scope is the best due to its high magnification abilities. That’s just our opinion, you choose the one you like.
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