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Brunton 7X18 Echo Pocket Scope Monocular
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Most Helpful Positive Review A low-cost, high-value pocket scope
This is an excellent low-cost monocular scope. I keep it in the cell phone ...
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Most Helpful Negative Review Brunton Echo Pocket Scope
I own three monoculars: a 6x18 Audubon, a Brunton 7X18 Echo Pocket Scope, a...
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Nice little utility, especially as a first....

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on May 6, 2013
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 thought it had one, and no other fancy-ness, ah as well as not quite the zoom level I had in mind... Nada....
Would recommend: Yes
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Okay if you don't wear glasses

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, NC Written on January 30, 2012
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...
Would recommend: No
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Brunton Echo Pocket Scope 7x18 - Black

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on July 24, 2010
I wanted this to watch birds in trees above me and check targets shooting pellet guns. It works great for these jobs. Very satisfied.
Pros: Easy to focus, compact, clear view...
Would recommend: Yes
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Good for the money

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on May 28, 2010
To focus this scope you really have to move the focus a hairs width each time.
Pros: affordable
Cons: hard to get focus just right...
Would recommend: Yes
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Brunton 7x18 Echo

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, MA Written on May 10, 2010
Excellent value. Comes with lanyard, cleaning cloth and case. Decent optics, well worth the price.
Pros: Performs well, light and portable....
Would recommend: Yes
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Brunton 7x18 Echo Pocket Monocular

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, IL Written on March 22, 2010
These little monoculars are awesome. I got one in green and one in Orange so they are easy to see and grab. Very small and very easy to carry around.
Pros: Tiny very pocketable
Cons: Not the greatest magnification...
Would recommend: Yes
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Nice tiny pocket scope

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, MD Written on March 15, 2010
I particulary like the close focus of about 15 inches. Much closer and the focus on the object would be hard to maintain. The field of view is quite wide but I cannot see all of it wearing glasses. Some slight field curvature evident when viewing straight edges of building etc. Image is very clear throughout its range. Comes in different colors
Pros: Clear image to about 15 inches.
Cons: Not waterproof, Not long eye relief. ...
Would recommend: Yes
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Brunton 7X18 monocular

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, MD Written on January 29, 2010
I got one of these - green - and liked it so much I got several more as gifts, but in different colors. Image is contrasty and very sharp and clear in the center but slightly soft at the edges - comparable to a good pair of binoculars. close focus is great and just as sharp. Very small - just slip into your pocket. Both objective and eye lens are well protected and multicoated. Eyeglass wearers will have the field of view slightly restricted. Great little scope - especially for the price of about $16.00.
Pros: Clear wide field image, close focus of about 13 inches.
Cons: not waterproof, not extra long eye relief...
Would recommend: Yes
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Excellent light-weight monocular

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on October 17, 2009
Very easy to use. Arrived Timely. Handy wrist strap and carringing case.
Pros: crisp clear images
Cons: none-exactly as expected...
Would recommend: Yes
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A low-cost, high-value pocket scope

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, MA Written on April 16, 2009
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 exterior protects it from scratches and dings and will probably keep it from breaking if dropped from eye-level height, though I haven't dropped it yet; I use the included wrist strap. Overall, for $15, this is a no-brainer for anyone for any reason. I recommend it, and would buy it again.
Pros: Good optics, rubberized, small
Cons: For the money, none...
Would recommend: Yes
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