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|Package Weight||0.95 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||7.1 x 4.3 x 3.5"|
|Eye Relief||18.0 mm|
|Exit Pupil||4.5 mm|
|Field of View||7.5° - 393' @ 1000 yd / 131 m @ 1000 m|
|Dimensions||Length: 5.4" / 13.7 cm|
|Weight||10.2 oz / 289.2 g|
|Close Focus||16.4' / 4.9 m|
|Objective Lens Diameter||36 mm|
Feels quality. Clip seems sturdy. Optics are bright and clear. It did not fog up inside when I brought it in from sub freezing to room temp. The case is not junk, and the belt loop is heavy duty.
I have used monoculars in the past so I knew what to expect. Not the same as binoculars. However for my use they are ideal, trout fishing,seeing insects on the water. We took them for a test drive this weekend .
Nice clear optics, Built very well --- Range retical very clear and easy to use. Great price compact and light.
Excellent clarity, great size. The distance reticle is perfect, just the right size not to affect viewing.
Purchased for bow hunting, wanted to lessen my load to the field. Easy to use, small , and has excellent field of view. When not hunting it fits nicely in center console for roadside viewing. Good price and good quality, it's a BUY.
Great for spotting birds, and picking out interesting spots in the night sky. Brighter than the human eye, so the night viewing is spectacular.Primo for glasses-wearers, with long eye-relief and adjustable eyecup. Easy to adjust so the viewing is just right.
The center field of this optic is very sharp, but..... that area is not very large and the outer field is quite blurry. So I did not keep this scope. I also found it difficult to focus due to the stiffness of the ring and the blurry edge field. BTW, I love my Vortex 8x28 binocs.
I cannot say enough about the quality of the optics. The field of view and clarity are perfect. I use this on the range, in the field and even on the golf course. Make a proper range card using the MRAD scale and with the clarity of this scope, you'll be able to dial it in within a yard.
Owning several binos, Leupold 10x32 GR,and Yosemite 6x30, Zeiss NATO, Tasco 7x50 etc, I decided to buy something to carry along always with me light, simple and tough. After long and arduous research I decided for the Vortex mono.
I got this monocular and checked it for a few days. I decided it wasn't for me. It is however a good quality monocular, solidly built with good optics. Just not for me. I think I want the Leica monocular.