JLHT 40X60 Monocular Telescope High Power Monocular
Reason to Buy
- Built-in 60mm object lens provides a clear/bright image and different fields of view
- Equipped with BAK4 prism and fully multi-coated lens that provides clear and sharp images
- Perfect for hiking, hunting, climbing, bird watching, concerts, traveling, watching scenery, etc
- May take time to focus
Analysis of 37 reviews for JLHT 40X60 Monocular Telescope High Power Monocular
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We analyzed a total of 37 reviews for this product out of which, 11 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 91% reviews were positive while around 0% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for JLHT 40X60 Monocular Telescope High Power Monocular
This product received a total score of 9.52 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 9 features:
What users have to say about JLHT 40X60 Monocular Telescope High Power Monocular
I think my 11 year old will be able to point it at things she doesn't know how to see, because it's easier to hold than the big and heavy binoculars we have.
The smell was pleasant and fragrant, and I suggest a more secure lid to prevent the mess, as about 1/3 of the candle was gone but she understood and it was just a gag gift anyways.
It was a very good gag gift and even better than I anticipated. She loves the scent and is still making use of it.
I'm looking for a monocular that is small, powerful and easy to use. The 60mm eyepiece has an impressive light collection ability, and it's easy to align your eyes with the image.
It was a lot more convenient to not have a camera or binoculars hanging on my neck when I was in South Africa, and it took up less space in my baggage for the flight.
Is the monocular protected by a lens cup?
It comes with a lens cup.
I need a monocular for my next trip.Is this telescope portable?
If you choose the Pankoo monocular, you will get a velvet bag.
How does the multiple camera lens work with the telescope?
The main camera is all you need to use.
Does it have a tripod?
The monocular has a threaded hole on the bottom that can be used to hold a tripod, and the length can be selected from 120mm- 220mm.
I want a moncular for bird whatching, how about this one?
I use this monocular for watching birds, squirrels and rabbits at the backyard, and it's crystal clear, so I'm not looking for a professional grade.