CVLIFE 16x40 Black Compact Sports Monocular Pocket Mono Spotting Scope with Pouch
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- N.W:7.05oz £¨200g£©, Length: 5.7" £¨14.5cm£©
- Objective diameter£º1.57" £¨40mm£©
- Field of view:72.18yd/1093.61yd£¨ 66m/1000m£©
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Top Customer Reviews
The first number is the magnification. Since this number is 16 in this case, this monocular will cause objects to appear 16x closer.
The second number describes the size, in mm, of the objective lens. The larger the objective lens, the more light will be gathered by the optic. The more light, the brighter the image.
The field of view on this optic is 66m @ 1000m. That means if you glance at an area 1000m away, you will see an area 66m in width through the lens.
So in some reviews here, I don't understand why customers complain about the magnification or size. You already know the magnification, it's 16x. If the magnification isn't right, that mistake is on you. The size is largely determined by the objective lens. You already know this mono will be 40mm wide at one end, so you know how large it will be, for the most part.
Some other major considerations that affect picture: (nothing to do with the numbers)
- Quality of glass
- Quality of construction
This is nearly impossible to determine in this price range. In high-end camera lenses, you have a really good idea of the quality of the glass, but here you don't.
Now, for the comparison. I already own a Barska Blueline 10x40 monocular. Right off the bat, the magnifications are different, so I can't compare those. However, the objective lenses are the same size, so we can compare the quality of the image. I have never been able to get a good image from the Barska, and for the money, I felt like it should have been better. I took a huge chance with the 16x40, because it's generic and the reviews are mixed. But for $10-15, it was worth it.Read more ›
If you're looking for a monocular that does the basic job, won't break the bank, won't fall apart next month...but is no big loss if you break it or lose it, this fits the bill perfectly.
Cheap, functional, expendable. Check.
It showed up fresh from the Chinese factory, and I had to set it outside for a few days to let it finish off-gassing. The odor it put out was quite strong and filled up the apartment with the smell of gasoline. When that was done, I could store it in my coat pocket and bring it around anywhere. Sometimes I hold it up to my smartphone to take extremely long-distance photos with reasonable resolution. I don't need the thin, gratuitous carrying sleeve it came with.
This would be a great monocular for anyone who regularly needed to study images up to a quarter mile away. Like I said, I use it to watch for buses and it does a great job for that. It's large and chunky, so there's no subtlety in pulling this thing out and using it, and the rubber will need a few days to finish off-gassing, but otherwise it's quite serviceable.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We are an outdoor family. One of our favorite activities to do is look at wildlife. Our children love binoculars, but have a difficult time focusing them. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Hilary
Not a bad telescope for the price. Nice and compact. Light weight. And does the job pretty well.
I received this product at a discounted rate in return for my honest... Read more
This is a great little product. Comes in a nice black carrying case that fits snug and has a top flap that Velcro to prevent it from falling out. Read morePublished 4 months ago by KLynn
My 7 year old is quite the little adventurer. I got this for him to explore the back yard and all of the creatures, birds and insects around and he loves it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Brittney
For 14.00 you can't ask for more.
I bought this as a backup in case I forget my spotting scope when I go to the range (50 - 100 yards). Read more
This is a wonderful way to watch wildlife. The 40mm lens lets you get up close and personal with the animals while staying away so you don't scare them. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Reviews for Fun