Sales and Advice:
Tues - Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sunday: 10am - 4pm
Feathers Optics (part of Feathers Wild Bird Care) are based in the small village of Salehurst, East Sussex. They are authorised UK stockists of Hawke, Opticron, Swarovski, Viking and Vortex and Zeiss bird watching binoculars. With the East Sussex and Greater London county border just an hour away, Feathers Optics is conveniently located in the South East of England to provide birdwatchers and nature enthusiasts from South London an opportunity to handle up to 50 pairs of binoculars in a quiet, friendly, relaxed environment. Continuing on to the A21 from the M25, Feathers Optics is within an hour an a half's drive from the likes of Coulsdon, Purley, Morden, Croydon, West Wickham, New Addington, Bromley, Orpington and Biggin Hill. Allan and Joe welcome you to visit Feathers: their comfortable viewing area outside the shop, complimentary refreshments, impartial advice and friendly atmosphere all contribute to ensuring your binocular purchase is memorable.
If you are interested in any specific model, we advise you phone before your visit to check our stock levels. Products listed on the website as 'In Stock' should be available, though a phone call is always best! If there is a particular product listed online that is not currently 'In Stock', giving us a few days notice prior to your visit should allow us to have them in for you. For online orders, Feathers offers free nationwide delivery from Royal Mail.
Have a look round our online store, drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call on 01580 880803 if you have any questions!
Allan and Joe
Most Satnavs should take you straight to us with our postcode TN32 5PJ. We are only half a mile from the A21 Robertsbridge round-a-bout. Take the exit signposted to Salehurst, you will reach 'The Salehurst Halt' pub on your right and the Church in front of you, we are just around the s-bend on your right, adjacent to the churchyard.
We are 20 minutes north of Hastings and 30 minutes south of Tunbridge Wells.
Feathers Wild Bird Care