Jizmo 8x25 High Definition Monocular Telescope
Analysis of 16 reviews for Jizmo 8x25 High Definition Monocular Telescope
BestViewsReviews analyzed 26,979 reviews for 114 products in the Monoculars category.
We analyzed a total of 16 reviews for this product out of which, 5 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 100% reviews were positive while around 0% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Jizmo 8x25 High Definition Monocular Telescope
This product received a total score of 9.19 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 9 features:
What users have to say about Jizmo 8x25 High Definition Monocular Telescope
The bag is not water proof, and it does not do long and long focus at 8x with good optics. Since my priority was to have a small device that does short and long focus at about 8x with good optics, this device wins big.
It is light and compact and easy to focus, which is great for birdwatching, since we are sitting on the back deck and we don't have binoculars.
The JIZMO was close enough to my needs that it was a strong contender, even though it was not the best device in the bunch.
The focus ring is nice and smooth, so it's ok, but I would suggest using it to get a rough focus, then moving your body away from the object to get the fine focus.
The view is clear to the edge of the field with good color correction and no center-of-field softness like many small optics have.
I have bought some monoculars with good reviews but I need a real deal, so I returned them.
It's crystal clear, no one complains about its quality.
I wonder if it is crystal clear for distance as well.
It's a good quality definition and I think it's an easier time with the monocular since my eyes are different prescriptions.
Is it a night vision monocular?
It's not a military/ police/infrared type "night vision" device, but you can get good result when it's not completely dark.
Why is this recommended for men and kids but not for women?
Maybe it's just their ad strategy, no offense.
Is this monocular good enough to observe bugs, birds, planes or perhaps neighbors?
It works best for items less than 10 feet away. I only see about 1/3 of the screen for close up and distant.