MANDDDWU Monocular-Telescope 16X52 High-Powered Monocular
Analysis of 16 reviews for MANDDDWU Monocular-Telescope 16X52 High-Powered Monocular
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BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for MANDDDWU Monocular-Telescope 16X52 High-Powered Monocular
This product received a total score of 9.08 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 9 features:
What users have to say about MANDDDWU Monocular-Telescope 16X52 High-Powered Monocular
I had a different plastic plate and they always had a smell after washing, these come out clean, they have a nice deep shape and the drip notch on the bottom makes them don't collect water in the wash come out dry.
I like to have more space between the contents and the rim of the bowl in these bowls, which is why I use them with the matching plates.
The bowls are a good size and work well in the microwave and dishwasher.
I like to heat up my canned meat dishes in these large bowls, they do well in the microwave, and they are on the top shelf.
The quality is amazing and the photo background is the best I have ever purchased.
How effective is this for viewing concerts, sports, and other things outdoors?
Video could not be played because of a problem with the player.
How effective is it with the smart phone attachment?
The part that holds the phone up can be expanded to 10 cm width and adjusted to the length of the phone.
Does the monocular come with a cell phone accessory?
Yes. This 40x60monocular I bought about two weeks ago comes with a cell-phone holder which hooks your phone up so that the phone lens is over the eyepiece of the monocular.
Is it easier to use this than binoculars?
I can point and focus with one hand.
Is the 40x60 Monocular compatible with the iphone13?
The main lens can be found by covering two fingers on the lens, to see which one works separately.