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Brunton Echo Pocket Scope

Brunton Echo Pocket Scope

Brunton Echo Pocket Scope
$ 26.99

Score By Feature

Based on 112 ratings
Light weight
9.68
Value for money
7.46

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Product Description

The Robust An armored rubber and polymer shell that provides excellent bump and fall resistance as well as a good grip make the Echo a safe and convenient monocular.
THE IMAGE IS CLEAR A multi-faceted approach Light is transmitted more efficiently when the optics are coated, as reflected light is reduced. I was at the A set of 4 prisms produces a sharp image with excellent light transmission.
The portable version is the most convenient One pound is all that it weighs. Echo is a lightweight and easy tool for traveling. It weighs 8 oz.
A WIDE-RANGE The range is as follows A field of view of 181 feet at 1,000 yards is provided by Brunton's Echo.
You have the power to do it. Using the scope will allow you to get a clear image of distant objects, since the power is 7x18.
a micro seventy Items close down from 13" to Infinity when power is applied
With the BAK 4 Prism Glass, you get the best definition and focus
Optical coatings with multiple coatings
Images that are bright and sharp
Included is the Lanyard and the

Questions & Answers

Can you tell me if you get a lanyard and case for this? Among the few scopes shown in this picture is a small one. It is just a question of confirmation. In advance, I would like to thank you. ?

An extra cleaning cloth is included in the box as well as a lanyard. I would like to use it for mid-term planning You can get a clear image from a distance without being so powerful that it is unresponsive It can be used on a handheld device. A good deal of armor.

Can you tell me where this is made?

China seems to be the most likely candidate, but I cannot be If it gives any indication of its quality, mine has been working for over three years.

Selected User Reviews For Brunton Echo Pocket Scope

Optical quality that is hit or miss
3/5

I got four of them during a super cheap sale on the orange varieties, to throw in the car or pack in a bag, and found their optical quality varied widely. It was useless to look at one of them, but a quick glance would be helpful. The first was mediocre, the second was "good", and the third was pretty That's so unfortunate that they have ZERO quality control as far as actually reading them is concerned, because they clearly have the potential to be all as good as the best I have ever This is for the sub-section As for the prisms, I imagine that they are crafted by hammers The hands of factory workers are greasy. The fit and finish are excellent, the little camera is light as a feather, very compact, and can be easily controlled with one hand. The close focus can be accomplished within two feet, which can be handy for taking pictures of small treasures or objects that are Nevertheless, since optics are a gamble, I would say. You will love it, so you will enjoy In the event that you are.

Eliel Burton
Eliel Burton
| Feb 24, 2021
The pocket scope is great
4/5

As a result, I was very impressed. For a pocket scope, the monocular itself seems to have good build quality and a good magnification. It could have been 5 stars but the case is a little cheap (but you must consider that I only gave it can focus up to about a foot, but if the camera is that far away, it might not be of any use. I am all- I definitely recommend it for the price. It's better than what I expected. PS- the case was black, so I just colored it with some matte paint to dull it down a bit.

Astrid Wu
Astrid Wu
| May 26, 2021
For the price and intended purpose, this is a great product
5/5

Buying one of these for scouting and creature-spotting is something we're trying out As we hike on our days off, we watch Our hearts are full of love for it. This is especially true of the close focus capabilities. Two is not a lot. Despite weighing only 1 ounce, this little pack takes up very little space in your pouch. It is about eight times the power that many people can tolerate due to a shaky grip (that's 7X). A two-megapixel image can only be obtained with the 18 mm objective. At this power, the exit pupil is 6 mm (18*7). The size of that is about the same as the size of the human pupil in daylight, but it is only approximately half as large at night (equaling 1/4 of the area). Evening and nighttime use would require a larger, 35 mm, or larger, 7X objective, but then it would be much larger and heavier than what this unit is. I do not believe you can find a more attractive product at this price and intended for daytime use.

Ulises Cardenas
Ulises Cardenas
| Jun 11, 2021
It was the friend of the expeditor
5/5

The little scope I use every day makes it easy to read SKU numbers and recipient details on products from 20 feet up in a racking system that's 20ft above the ground. With its lightweight design, ruggedness, and ease of focusing, it's perfect for outdoors. Probably the greatest benefit is the ease with which I can carry it around on a regular basis. When I am working in an environment that gets very dusty, the tool pouch fits right inside, and it's easy to keep clean. Obviously the optics are not as good as those of high-end scopes, but it's fine for a spotter scope that you need to carry around. am able to read fine print off labels on anything standing in front of me. Saving me countless hours on the forklift has been the greatest benefit of this.

Alexis Sparks
Alexis Sparks
| Aug 12, 2020
The mountaineering community should be ecstatic over this
5/5

The weight is a crucial factor in mountaineering, where the first step is to secure a weapon. I just want one. There are 8 oz in this bottle! Also, there are bright colors, one of which I picked up because I thought it would be easier to hold. There are some poor optics, and 18mm doesn't give a comfortable view like 36mm does, and the unit is not sealed and filled with inert gas, so after some time it will accumulate dust, and in the cold morning there will be condensation. There is no other option that is as good, especially under 20 bucks, at such a low weight. In addition, the build quality is not terrible, not perfect, but better than expected for this price, no issues at all. I would not recommend using it in low light conditions, but it is the same for any optics in this price There is too much light in mountains, especially above the snow line, which makes this thing pretty good when it comes to giving the promised.

Tate Richard
Tate Richard
| Mar 06, 2021
Useful for a limited time
3/5

Because it doesn't exactly do what I want, it's only getting 3 stars from me. In any case, it is practically useless. I wanted a magnifier so I could read the small display on my internet radio on the plane without getting up and examining it very I can do that from about 6 feet away from the radio, where I usually sit at the breakfast table. The magnification is only good when I am close to the radio. However, when I move farther away, it is no longer effective. With a window in view, I hoped to be able to read a rain gauge at a distance of about 15 feet. am now using binoculars for this. can be seen through the scope, but the magnification is so weak that it is difficult to indicate.

Alaia Donahue
Alaia Donahue
| Mar 12, 2021
For the money, this is a nice little monocular
4/5

Here's the disclaimer This monocular was a $17 purchase. Having said that, I try to make these reviews as realistic as possible. At that price, this product is a 4 star product, if it were more costly, the value aspect would decrease. Some people may not be fond of the lack of weight because it feels sturdy, but it is on the light side. Because I use it in relatively harsh environments, it sees a lot of use when hiking and climbing. Even though the case is lacking, I would trust it to hold up, but I just replaced it so it's Having a boy as his pet is definitely a treat for him The tool is great for scouting trips, and I have one that I use when hiking.

Matthias Singleton
Matthias Singleton
| Oct 03, 2020
This device broke after a light 30 day usage period
3/5

My first impression of this product was positive. It seemed well-made and well-thought-out. It was well built, the optics were pretty good, and it was compact. I wore it on a lanyard around my neck and under my shirt (for extra protection) when I was in a warehouse - To read the serial numbers off of the boxes located on the higher shelves of the storage racks, you must configure the type setting. I noticed that the viewfinder was dark one day after using it for about 30 days. All the optics fell out in an unorganized heap when it was opened up. After the mess was created, I was not able to reassemble it. After 30 days, there is a terminal malfunction It is not acceptable. A potential buyer might be The product is not robust at all, but rather quite fragile and is not suitable for daily use or for the most Would you be so kind as to respond to what I've asked.

Dario Dunn
Dario Dunn
| May 12, 2021

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