Up for review today I’ve got one for the outdoors that would be great for camping and hiking or sporting events or even just for bird watching. Today for review I’ve got the Merytes 10×25 portable binoculars which are small and simple to use really. These binoculars are rubberized for durability and grip and the lenses are very clear. I’ve tried them out in the woods around my home and they work great, I like the fact that they’re small and portable and they even include a carrying case. Read on to learn more…
Specifications and Features
The special design of skidproof handwheel, only turn round the handwheel, it will become clear and high definition image
The light transmittance of the whole optical multilayer composite broadband film is better, even in a week light environment, the image is still distinct
Right eye parallax adjustment can eliminate parallax by right eye trimming, because of the parallax between left and right eyes for some one
Object diameter: 25mm
Distance of exit pupil:10mm
Product size: 110*100*30mm
Product weight: 200g
Price: $14.99 (from Amazon at time of review)
Let’s start with a video unboxing and then move on:
The Merytes binoculars come in an attractive looking box with outdoors scenes on it. Once you get everything unpacked you’ll find a case, user instructions which are only partially in English and then a strap on the side. The binoculars themselves are inside of the carrying case wrapped in plastic along with a cleaning cloth. The case is nylon, it’s ever so slightly padded and I has a belt loop on the back to make them easy to carry.
The binoculars fold up to fit in the case and be more portable. When they’re folded they’re about 4.5 inches long and about 2.5 inches across and about 1.5 inches high or thick. The binoculars have clips attached to them that go to the included strap.
The binoculars unfold to about 4.5 inches wide but they can be adjusted to fit your eyes. In the center of the framed is the adjustment wheel and the right eyepiece also can be turned to adjust the diopter. The binoculars are rubberized for durability and ease of use and grip. The binoculars seem well made but I would have liked to have seen individual lens covers on the lenses.
The lens are glass and very clear, the eyepieces are rubberized and can be collapsible for those that wear glasses.
I didn’t get to take these binoculars camping or hiking but I’ve god woods behind my house and I feed the birds. We’ve got an assortment of animals back there like deer, raccoons, possums, and turkeys along with plenty of other small animals that I like to watch so these binoculars came in handy for me for watching them going about their business from a distance. As far as birds we’ve got all kinds of them back there but I especially like to watch the hawks and woodpeckers which tend to stay farther away from the house than the other birds do, so these binoculars were great for me to get a better look at them.
The Merytes binoculars seem well made overall, I like the fact that they’re rubberized which makes them not only more durable but easier to grip especially when wet.
They comes with a decent carrying case that should do well to protect them and they do include a neck strap to make carrying them around easier.
All in all these aren’t bad but I would have preferred full English instructions and individual lens caps for them.
+Seem well made overall
+Small and portable
+Includes carrying case and strap
-Non English instructions partially
-No lens caps
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