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Brunton 7X18 Echo Pocket Scope Monocular Product Info
The Brunton Echo Pocket Scope gives you impressive performance in a 7x18 monocular. This ideal little observation tool puts good power and clear images in your hand, thanks to top-end BaK-4 prism glass and multi-coated optics. The Brunton Echo 7x18 Pocket Monocular provides bright, sharp image as close as 13 inches. Quality optics have never been so small.
The Brunton 7x18mm Echo Pocket Scope Monocular ECHO7018 comes with a lanyard and a case.
Brunton 7x18 Echo Pocket Scope Monocular, Black ECHO7018
Brunton 7x18 Echo Pocket Scope Monocular, Green F-ECHO7018-GR
This is an excellent low-cost monocular scope. I keep it in the cell phone pocket on the strap of my EDC sling bag. It's great for reading distant signs, looking in crowds from above, magnifying closer objects or just for looking. The rubberized exte...
This is a nice, small and light monocular, but I found it tough to use while wearing glasses. The focus ring is very sensitive, so you have to adjust it slowly.
Pros: light and small
Cons: cannot be used with glasses
This simple little monocular gets it done. Plain and simple. I dun love it like a child. A simple child, but not so simple as to require a helmet. [GRIN]
Pros: Awesome, simple, idiot proof.
Cons: Aside from no range finder, which was my mistake I t...