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HDE® 15x - 55x Zoom 21mm Compact Monocular

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  • Compact / Handheld Monocular
  • 15x to 55x Zoom; 21mm Objective Lens
  • Size: 4.25" x 1"; Color: Black and Gray
  • Package Contents: 1 x Monocular, 1 x Case, 1 x Cleaning Cloth
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Product Description

This monocular is designed to be lightweight and compact, therefore making it small enough to carry in most bags, toolboxes, vehicles, and pockets; thus allowing you to take it virtually anywhere. There is a connection piece included which allows you to attach it to a tripod. The compact monocular can be used to see up to 5 miles away.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 4.2 x 1 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B005H16S6M
  • Item model number: N93
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (394 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #685 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Image is clear at all magnifications.
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VERY hard to hold steady since it zooms so far it is really small and almost impossible to keep from shaking when looking at objects far in the distance.
VINCENT
Save enough to buy a decent monocular if that's really what you need or want, but don't waste your money on this crap.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

188 of 193 people found the following review helpful By ThatNineTailedFox on July 30, 2012
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First off, its 10-30x magnification, according to the instruction pamphlet. Using it that seems more likely than 15-55x

Looking at the moon as an example, less than half the size of a dime at arm's length, using this monocular on the lowest setting increased the size to the point I could see individual craters. Increasing it to its maximum setting, although very hard to keep steady and to focus compared to lower settings, the moon took up about 80% of the view.

It's an extremely nice monocular for the price, although I wouldn't recommend it for stargazing, I only used the moon as an example everyone could relate to.

I highly recommend this product for any and all purposes you would use binoculars for, because of its low price, compact design, and wide range of the zoom function.

I use it on mid-low settings more often because it takes a very steady hand and patience to focus it on its maximum setting (every movement of your hand is magnified 30x or 55x w/e the max is) I would definitely suggest getting a tripod for its maximum setting because of this, but it works fine held by hand on its lower settings.

If your just looking for something to keep in your car, purse, backpack, or for casual sightseeing, definitely purchase one of these. By no means are they the highest quality, but a great value for under 20$
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72 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Alex on July 18, 2012
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Initially, I was skeptical about the monocular. Couldn't find any other reviews for this particular one, but 15 dollars is a minor amount to spend. Got it not too long ago, and I must say, it's impressive. I cannot think of any real downside except trying to stay steady when you're zoomed up to 55x, which there's a socket for a tripod to help with keeping steady.

Isn't the product's fault, but 55x21 doesn't capture a lot of light. It's good for use during the day, but if you're in a heavily shaded area or it's twilight, your view is going to be very dark.
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40 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Stevie on July 25, 2012
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I was surprised at the good quality that I was getting . It resembles a spotting scope that would cost more than 10 times what I paid for . And the zooming is neat also . Good quality and definitely not a toy .
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42 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Mike90125 on August 27, 2012
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Dont be fooled by negative reviews, they are comparing this with something that costs many times more. This will not give you the image of a $60 10x50 monocular, but it will give you a usable image for scanning at low powers. It also has a tripod screw to mount and avoid the vibrations in monoculars. Again, for the price, this is very good. Fiel of view is not the widest, but again, we are talking about a monocular that costs as much as a drink in a NY bar.

Five stars for price/image ratio.
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46 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Denis on June 27, 2012
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Very good optics and image quality, and picture looks very nice even with dim light, in the evening or indoors. Looks like real 55x on high zoom, but for me it seems more than claimed 15x on low zoom. something like 25x or so.

Considering its price it is really MUCH better than I expected to receive.

P.S. And disregard other reviews, I can easily hold it with high zoom and have a comfortable view.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Steve on November 25, 2013
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This works surprisingly well. I bought this on a whim since it was so cheap. I was having difficulty spotting rounds at a 100m shooting range with my old 10x25 binoculars. This helps a lot with the distance. The only difficulty is stabilizing your arm so you can see clearly at 55x. For $14 bucks, it was a good purchase, though.
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39 of 48 people found the following review helpful By MISawbones on October 18, 2012
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I purchased this because I misplaced my binoculars and I had some Amazon money to spend. Initial impressions on receiving this are that it was smaller than I anticipated, almost concealable in the palm of my hand (but I could have read the dimensions and been forewarned). Mine came in a plastic bag inside a bag with a drying gel pack, was shipped in a bubblewrap lined envelope, and with a removable cap for the eyepiece but not for the other end, a lens cloth, a strap (with no directions for attachment), and it has a removable screw cover for the tripod mount socket. What bothers me is that, when fixed to my tripod, I can't operate the magnification or focus controls due to the location of the mounting socket. When using it, it's useful to zoom in from low to high magnification to center in on an object. At full magnification, I concur with other reviewers that it doesn't collect much light and is really more suitable for bright conditions at a long distance. Finally, the instructions for use were in Spanish (however, it only has 2 controls, so it is intuitive). For under 15 dollars, I can't complain too much. I do find the tripod probably is not needed since sitting with elbows resting on chair arms holds it steady enough. But while standing, I cannot hold it still enough to read a sign 200 feet away. I am regretting the purchase to some extent, kind of wishing I had gone with a binocular and will probably be doing that soon.
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27 of 33 people found the following review helpful By poider on August 31, 2012
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I purchased a 10-30 mono a few years back and always found the image abit soft so I was sceptical about the product but for $15 i thought why not give it a go. Glad I did, as I said its better than I thought it would be. The extra zoom is the main reason so I can use it on the gun range when I didnt want to set up the spotting scope. Works better in bright light than low light but thats ok to me. A good little product.
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