Warden Adder Scopecam

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Re: Warden Adder Scopecam

Post by cliveward » 22 May 2018, 14:11

Hi All,

Got some feral pigeons to evict from the building later.

This should do nicely...

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Re: Warden Adder Scopecam

Post by villaman » 24 May 2018, 14:23

What is the difference between this one from the Uk and warden , apart from £145 cheaper https://www.ludicrous-lumens.co.uk/coll ... 7788574771

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Re: Warden Adder Scopecam

Post by cliveward » 24 May 2018, 14:55

villaman wrote:
24 May 2018, 14:23
What is the difference between this one from the Uk and warden , apart from £145 cheaper https://www.ludicrous-lumens.co.uk/coll ... 7788574771
I'm not going to get into the differences publicly at this stage. It wouldn't be right and could cause damage to other peoples livelihoods. I know that very few others offer us that same courtesy but that is just how the world is. ;)

What I will re-iterate is that the Warden Adder is a product of known quality, performance and standard with proper UK backup. These other 'versions' simply aren't.

I know there is an 'expert' continuously pontificating about the Adder and other versions on FB stating that nobody has designed anything, or would know how to fix it and any problems with units they would need to go back to China for replacement because everyone's making it up and nobody knows anything because they are the worlds greatest guru in all things within the night vision industry worldwide, etc., etc. :yawn:

This may be true for everyone else on the bandwagon, but we had a customer with an issue on their Adder this morning. Our suspicion was that the software had been corrupted due to a faulty SD card being used. We erased the software from the chip and re-programmed the unit and now it's working perfectly again and on it's way back to the customer. But then again what do we know about it? :roll:



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Re: Warden Adder Scopecam

Post by villaman » 24 May 2018, 15:06

It might help if we new the difference between the two and why there is £145 difference
All I am doing is to try and find out why I need to spend more money on the same product , that's all

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Re: Warden Adder Scopecam

Post by thegogg » 24 May 2018, 16:15

Can you answer a simple basic question, what lens is in the Warden unit......is it 16mm?

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Re: Warden Adder Scopecam

Post by cliveward » 24 May 2018, 16:18

thegogg wrote:
24 May 2018, 16:15
Can you answer a simple basic question, what lens is in the Warden unit......is it 16mm?
It is 16mm yes.


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Re: Warden Adder Scopecam

Post by villaman » 28 May 2018, 12:24

villaman wrote:
24 May 2018, 15:06
It might help if we new the difference between the two and why there is £145 difference
All I am doing is to try and find out why I need to spend more money on the same product , that's all
No answer to my question then ?

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Re: Warden Adder Scopecam

Post by cliveward » 28 May 2018, 12:48

villaman wrote:
28 May 2018, 12:24
villaman wrote:
24 May 2018, 15:06
It might help if we new the difference between the two and why there is £145 difference
All I am doing is to try and find out why I need to spend more money on the same product , that's all
No answer to my question then ?
There are differences, but as I've said before as a professional courtesy to others, I'm not getting into them yet.

If you just want to focus on the monetary side of things then the actual difference is very small. Our retail price is only around £45 more without VAT. I'm sure other sellers would have similar pricing to us if they were registered for VAT.

All I can re-iterate is that; you should buy the Warden Adder if you want a product of known performance, standard and with proper local backup and support. :thumbup:


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Re: Warden Adder Scopecam

Post by pav » 02 Jun 2018, 10:46

Is it true the warder only has a 12 month warrantee instead of clives normal 3 years

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