Polaris Explorer 12X50 High Powered Monocular - Bright and Clear Range of View - Single Hand Focus - Waterproof, Fogproof - For Bird Watching, or Wildlife - Tripod For Hands Free Viewing - Daytime Use
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- 12X50 MAGNIFICATION - See things 12X closer and Get Clearer and Brighter range of view with 50mm lens - The most powerful hand held monocular available in the market today, that also provides the most pleasant and clear view.
- DURABLE EXTERNAL ARMOR AND TRIPOD - Provides a secure, non-slip grip, and durable external protection, and tripod stand for hands-free steady viewing.
- WATERPROOF AND FOGPROOF - Prevents moisture, dust, and debris from getting inside the monocular - designed to inhibit internal fogging. Great for any weather and any environment.
- THE BRIGHTEST AND CLEAREST VIEW OF ANY MONOCULAR ON THE MARKET TODAY - Allows you to get the best view possible for bird watching, watching wildlife or scenery
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|Item Weight||1.65 pounds|
|Objective Lens Diameter||50 mm|
|Package Height||4.1 x 7.9 x 9.4 inches|
|Shipping Weight||1.65 pounds|
The Polaris Explorer provides a BRIGHT AND CLEAR range of view up to 1000 yards away, so that you have the best view in your outdoor adventures. It is also has a durable and rugged armor to withstand the toughest weather conditions.
If you are looking for the most clear view from a monocular, along with durability, then the Polaris Explorer is for you.
• Nylon Mesh Carrying Case
• Eyepiece and Lens Protection Covers
• Non-Abrasive, Microfiber Lens Cleaning Cloth
• Stainless Steel Tripod.
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• Magnification: 12x to see things 12x closer
• Objective lens diameter: 50mm
• Prism Type: Bak-4
• Field of view: 246 ft/1000yds
• Lens coating: Fully multi-coated
• Eye cup: Twist-up
• Close Focusing Distance: 2.5m
• Dimensions(in): 3.1(L)x1.9(W)x6.4(H)
• Weight: 14 oz
• Color: Black
• Night Vision: No
And don't forget our LIFETIME WARRANTY on all of Polaris Optics Products!
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***Note - This is Not a Night Vision Monocular, Only for Use During The Day***
Products covered by the Lifetime Warranty are guaranteed to be free from manufacturing defects in materials and workmanship for the life of the product. If such a defect appears, we will repair your product or replace it, as appropriate and at our discretion, with the same or an equivalent model, free of charge.This guarantee is non-transferable and does not cover cosmetic damage, wear and tear, damage resulting from abuse, misuse, loss of the unit, unauthorized repair or improper handling, common carrier damage, loss of use, or loss of time. This warranty will also not cover consequential damages. The original sales receipt (digital or hard copy) verifying the date of purchase from an authorized retailer is required to validate your warranty coverage.To make a warranty claim or for further information on our warranty please contact our support team at email@example.com.
Top Customer Reviews
I figured the monocular was the way to go and it has proved to be perfect in every way.
Optics are great, weight and size are perfect. Field of view and depth of field couldn't be better. Construction and form factor are superior to anything I've tried. The 50mm front lense lets in loads of light, so even in low light conditions, the image is clear and crisp with no haze around the outside of the lense. During a black as pitch night, I took a look at the moon. Yup, I could see it in great detail.
Two slight problems. One is mine and the other is due entirely to the Polaris Explorer.
12x power is a lot of power. The greater the magnification, the more shake you get. This is easily compensated for by bracing against a solid object or using the tripod (provided). This isn't a flaw - it is a BTW.
I encountered one huge drawback with this product. Everybody - EVERYBODY - who takes a peep through it, wants to "borrow it," after which I would never see it again. All of my friends, a pretty loathsome lot to begin with, have to be frisked before they leave the after being within arm's reach of the Polaris. I've recovered the it times already. It would be easy to say I need new friends, but this product would tempt anybody to lust after it.
My advice ~ buy one for your very own and leave mine alone!
FYSA these are not Swarovskis, and at this price we shouldn't expect them to be able to compete with such clarity. So yes, while you can focus these very well and get a nice view, they aren't as crisp and jaw dropping as other optics I've used. However, their portability and functionality made them the go-to glass with all the hunters in my group. We...ah...don't own any Swarovski glass, but they did replace my Wind Rivers, and for the weight/functionality, I will not be going back.
1) We found holding them focus ring down and dialing the focus ring with your thumb to be the most comfortable way to hold these.
2) Why the rear eyepiece cover doesn't come with a lanyard like the front one does I don't know, but I just took some 5/50 and tied it to the front lanyard where it secures around the tube. Both covers then fall down in a straight line away from your hands when viewing, and are easy to find and reattach without taking your eyes off your subject.Read more ›
I have found a "used" mono-pod at local flea market to use with this monocular. See link for identical product. (http://www.amazon.com/Velbon-UP-400DX-Section-Aluminum-Quick-Release/dp/B002ZQ6UD8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1420214951&sr=8-1&keywords=velbon+monopod). 12x magnification is powerful and the mono-pod removes jitter. Mono-pod also removes most of visual movement associated with using a monocular. Deer see movement extremely well.
I also hunt with open sights on occasion. This device is a HUGE positive supplement to hunting with open sights.
The greatest thing about this product is that the optics are good enough to penetrate the edges of the woods around our green fields. This is HUGE.
One of the lens covers is loose. Another reviewer suggested using a small piece of cord to tie the front ocular lens cover to the front objective lens lanyard cover. This worked like a charm and I am grateful for this reviewer's suggestion. I used a heavy weight fishing line to make this connection.
I am an eye glass wearer. I can keep my glasses on and use this product due to good eye relief. Also HUGE!
Good quality product. No regrets. Buy with confidence!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Came exactly as ordered. Good case and tripod is really helpful to have. For the money extremely good deal.Published 13 hours ago by Joseph Glen Daigle
Chrystal clear and well built. If I had to find a negative , the only thing this falls short on is both front and eye caps fall off easy. Pretty minorPublished 1 day ago by Pappy
I had a very hard time looking through this but my husband loves it! I am used to binoculars :). We are keeping this purchase and my husband will use it on a trip in South... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Kathleen B. Hall
I am really enjoying this. I could never get binoculars to work for me but I can see things with this I never could with binoculars Easy to use and easy to focus. Read morePublished 2 days ago by LANITA G MILLIGAN
This is a review of the mini-tripod included with the Polaris Explorer not the monocular it's ok. However, the monocular is simply to large and heavy for the tripod. Read morePublished 4 days ago by jwaand
very nice optics, easy focus, better than I anticipated for the pricePublished 4 days ago by L. Willson
This beats my smaller monocular hands down. The objective gives a much larger field of view. My only problem is that I wear trifocals and it can be difficult finding the right spot... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Retired and Loving It