Vanguard MZ-61225C Monocular

Vanguard MZ-61225C Monocular are on sale now! We have a big selection of Vanguard Binoculars and Vanguard Monoculars, all made to enhance your viewing experience with ergonomic designs and advanced optics. 23 years of experience has given Vanguard vast expertise in binocular optics. Vanguard Binoculars are available for almost any conceivable purpose, and a compact Vanguard Monocular gives you sighting capabilities that you can take anywhere! Add a durable Vanguard binocular to your outdoor gear for reliable performance and clear viewing power.

MZ monoculars are compact and lightweight for easy travel. Its metal body and soft folding eyecups provide years of great performance. It also offers great near focus and zoom power.

90.75 /100
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Specifications for Vanguard MZ-61225C Monocular:

Power:  6~12
Diameter of objectives:  25
Prism Type:  Roof
Waterproof:  N
View Angle:  4~2.4
Field of [email protected]:  70~42
Eye Relief:  8
Near focus(m):  0.35
Focus System:  Center focus
Lens coating:  fully coated
Phase coating:  N
Dimensions (L x W):  115 x 35
Weight (g):  125

Features of Vanguard MZ-61225C Monocular:

  • 2-year warranty
  • Lightweight
  • Compact
  • Soft folding eyecups

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Quinn - Add Reply

I received this monocular today and I'm 100% happy with it. It's construction is solid, and the optics are amazing. I have owned and sold many monoculars like the cheap tasco, barska, and both of the bruntons featured here and they are all trash and flawed. For a few more dollars you may own something of real quality. The Zhummell 10x25 zoom is also good but bulky. The only other monocular that compares to this quality is the Vixen 5-15x, which is also of professional quality and the Vortex 10x36 which I also love, but like the Zhummell is also bulky. You will be absolutely, without question satisfied with this product. In addition, it focuses as close as one foot, there's an adapter to use it as a microscope, and it has a sliding focus feature for quick focus. All of this for $49. It can't be beat. Pros: Solid construction, great optics. Cons: none

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Friedrich - Add Reply

This is a nice, small and compact monocular that will fit in your shirt pocket. You can bring it anywhere with no problem. Pros: Light, small, clear optics, price Cons: None

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