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Evershop 12X50 High Power Monoculars Telescope with Low Night Vision

The Monocular Telescope, 12X50 High Power Monoculars, A Hd Phone Telephoto Lens, Large Bak 4 Prism, A Much Wider Shooting Range, Monocular Telescope Low Light Level Night Vision

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BVR Rating 84 reviews
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Reason to Buy

  • Equipped with 50mm large object lens that provides wide shooting range
  • Features rubber-armored body that increases the shock absorption capacity
  • Built-in multi-coated lens increases the resolution, contrast and quality of the images

Minor Drawbacks

  • May not offer night vision

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Analysis of 84 reviews for Evershop 12X50 High Power Monoculars Telescope with Low Night Vision


BestViewsReviews analyzed 26,979 reviews for 114 products in the Monoculars category.


We analyzed a total of 84 reviews for this product out of which, 0 reviews were received in the last 6 months.


The analysis indicates that around 60% reviews were positive while around 37% of reviews had negative sentiment.

BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Evershop 12X50 High Power Monoculars Telescope with Low Night Vision


This product received a total score of 7.55 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 9 features:

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  • What users have to say about Evershop 12X50 High Power Monoculars Telescope with Low Night Vision

    The other brand uses a lanyard that is light, but it has a plastic screw, which is likely to strip at some point.

    I haven't reviewed it in a long time, but I can say that the basic function was very decent, the product is good, and they are kind, so I'm giving them four stars for them.

    When I ordered this monocular for my husband for Christmas, he was very excited and immediately began figuring out how to attach it to his phone, and was very happy when he was able to see so far.

    I needed something small and easy to use that I could hold in my hand while biking and that I could use to identify distant objects without pulling my long lens camera out of my backpack.

    I'm blind in one eye and using binoculars is hard, but it seems like it's a good quality item at a good price.



    I can't figure out how to connect the phone adapter to the telescope, and there isn't a video to explain it.


    You can play video.


    Is it possible to use this monocular telescope without a smart phone?


    You have to pull the eyepiece out and adjust the focus until clear, because it is a zoom monocular telescope.


    There is no tripod, no vision, and often no daylight image.


    I would ask for an exchange as my purchase included a tripod and smart phone holder.


    There are no instructions on how to use the phone adapter.


    The small cup looking piece goes over the eye piece part of the monocular and the small end snaps onto the large part once its attached to the back of the phone.


    Can this monocular be used as a tripod?


    The monocular can be attached to a tripod, and the package is included.

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