Tsumbay 10X40 Compact Monocular Telescope High Power Monocular Scope Waterproof for Bird Watching, Wildlife Portable HD Spotting Scopes with Compass

Today is a beautiful day in sunny Florida, so we sat in the back garden.  I had the Tsumbay 10 x 40 Monocular Telescope out there with me.

I stood on the higher level of ground, and could see over the fence, to my right.  I heard the cars on the road, and saw them at the traffic lights at least half a mile down the road.  I could even see the cars traveling on the road that was crossing it.  This is certainly a powerful telescope.

While we were sitting outside there were butterflies, birds, etc., and I got pleasure seeing them up close, without being close to them.

The picture I saw through the lens was crystal clear, and picked out the tiniest detail.

From the Amazon website:

  • ‘Large BAK-4 Prism & Fully Multi-coated Lens Coating: Strengthen the key function of a monocular, guarantee superior light transmission and brightness, make your view brighter, clearer and delivers crisp images.
  • Magnification: 10X40 high power magnification, to see 10X closer with a clear and bright image with 40mm objective diameter wide lens.  Field of View: 1200M/9600M. Perfect for hiking, etc.
  • Waterproof and Fog proof: you may use it in rainy days without worrying about rain drops. but do not dip the product into water.
  • Low Light Night Vision: But Can’t Be Used For Totally Pitch-Black Night Vision.
  • Built in Compass: It’s perfect for outdoor activities. 

At the Amazon price of $15.99, and if you have Prime it’s free shipping, what a deal

.  I think you will be very happy with this product.  I did receive mine at a discounted price, and have been totally honest in my review.



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