Archeer 16x52 Monocular Dual Focus Optics Zoom Telescope
52 Mm Objective Lens, Superior Light Transmission, Monocular Dual Focus Optics Zoom Telescope, A Clearer And Farther View, 18.5 Mm Eye Lens, Incredible Clear Vision Super Clear
Reason to Buy
- Comes in compact and lightweight design that offers easy carrying and storage
- Features fully coated optics that ensures superior light transmission and brightness
- Built-in BAK4 prism provides clear and sharp images
- The magnification may be average
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This product received a total score of 7.62 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 9 features:
What users have to say about Archeer 16x52 Monocular Dual Focus Optics Zoom Telescope
The field of view is very small, almost tunnel vision, but any wider would be much more expensive.
It's an ideal starter monocular if you want to get into shooting sports, but if you're looking for a more expensive one, you'll want to check out this one; it has multicoated optics that help with light transmission.
He calls them all animals and they look the same to me. He is so happy that he is spotting birds and animals in the farmer's field behind our house.
It would be great if you wanted to see more closely your subject at a concert, but you know what you are looking at, so you just want to see it more closely.
If it is a full moon the night vision works well but you need ambient light for it to be "night vision", I like how the scope has a focus turn thing above and separate from the unit.
How is it possible that this works for the moon?
You'll get about 15 worth of viewing for $15, but the optics are terrible.
What does it weigh?
It comes with a pouch that is 230 grams.
Does the carry case have a way for you to wear it on a belt?
Yes, it has a loop on the case and will accommodate a belt size of about 2-1/8 inches.
What is the zoom size?
It is 8x zoom.
What size lens cap does it take?
I don't know if you'd be able to use a cap other than what comes with the scope, but it slides over the end and fits snug.