SKU: GC25-522053

ZEISS 10x25 T* Monocular

ZEISS 10x25 T* Monocular

Featuring achromatic lenses with the renowned T* multi-coating for maximum light transmission, the ZEISS Mono 10x25 T* Monocular delivers a bright, high-contrast image. Its 10x magnification is the most powerful of the Mono series of monoculars; ZEISS calls the 10x25 a "miniature telescope" for its ability to display far-off details with such clarity. The close focus distance is less than 15 feet, eye relief is a comfortable 15mm, and the apparent angle of view is a respectable 51°.

The Mono 10x25 is especially suited to birding, nature observation, and travel. Its compact form factor – just 4.3 inches long and weighing only 3.1 ounces, with a leather pouch and a carrying strap – make it easy to have on hand. You'll want to take good care of such a nice optic, but you won't have to baby it: the housing is made of durable aluminum, it's splash resistant, and its operating temperature range is -4° to 104°.

Optical Performance

ZEISS T* anti-reflective multi-coating maximizes light transmission

Achromatic lens design minimizes chromatic and spherical aberration

Schmidt-Pechan roof style prisms

10x magnification, 25mm objective lens

Use and Handling

Rotating eyepiece for focus

264' field of view at 1000 yards

Long 15mm eye relief accommodates eyewear

Close focus 14.8'

Construction Details

Aluminium housing

Splash-proof

Leather pouch & strap

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ZEISS 10x25 T* Monocular

Featuring achromatic lenses with the renowned T* multi-coating for maximum light transmission, the ZEISS Mono 10x25 T* Monocular delivers a bright, high-contrast image. Its 10x magnification is the most powerful of the Mono series of monoculars; ZEISS calls the 10x25 a "miniature telescope" for its ability to display far-off details with such clarity. The close focus distance is less than 15 feet, eye relief is a comfortable 15mm, and the apparent angle of view is a respectable 51°.

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