ROXANT Authentic Grip Scope High Definition Wide View Monocular
Retractable Eyepiece, Accessories Retractable Eyecup, Wide View Monocular, True 6 X 30 Viewing Compact, All Glass High End Optics, Bak4 Prism All Glass Lens
Reason to Buy
- Features non-slip molded grip that offers a comfortable hold
- Built-in optical glass with premium coating ensures superior light transmission and brightness
- Equipped with retractable eyecup that allows to use it with or without eyeglasses
- The magnification may be average
Analysis of 2k+ reviews for ROXANT Authentic Grip Scope High Definition Wide View Monocular
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We analyzed a total of 2,198 reviews for this product out of which, 0 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 95% reviews were positive while around 4% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for ROXANT Authentic Grip Scope High Definition Wide View Monocular
This product received a total score of 9.93 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 9 features:
What users have to say about ROXANT Authentic Grip Scope High Definition Wide View Monocular
I was impressed by the box that it was packaged in, the simplicity of the design, and the black and white print on the box that advertised the product.
It was very easy to use, even with one hand, and it allowed me to take a quick look at birds, bears, and the like.
You can put the cleaning cloth in the side of the monocular's new protective housing, connect the strap to the loop that the monocular is fitted with, and then tuck that into the side of the housing.
Edinburgh is one of the most interesting and beautiful cities in the world, with a castle in the city centre, a high hill with a palace and a parliament in the West, and a river running through it.
The wide lens on the Roxant is great, it's crisp and clear, and I think I'll give the Carson away.
How effective is this as a spotting scope?
It is fine on the pistol range, but you need a spotting scope for 100 yards.
Would it work for viewing sky objects, like the moon, orion nebula, smaller asterisms, etc.?
It will, our kids use it for moon viewing and constellations when we camp.
I don't know how much the device weights and what the size spec is.
The scope is 5 inches long and 1.75 inches diameter, with the case it's 6.4 ounces.
Can you use one hand to focus it?
I think it's possible to hold the unit and focus with 1 hand if the focus ring is broken.
What is the difference between this and the bushnell compact 10x25?
It is better.