Okay, first things first. This LightInTheBox product is built primarily as a pair of rangefinder binoculars. However, the product does claim to come with some night vision features too. Do they work? We’ll get into that later. Let’s find out what this product is all about! These binoculars work pretty well at daytime, mainly because […]
Okay, first things first.
This LightInTheBox product is built primarily as a pair of rangefinder binoculars.
However, the product does claim to come with some night vision features too.
Do they work? We’ll get into that later.
Let’s find out what this product is all about!
These binoculars work pretty well at daytime, mainly because they feature an eye relief of 23 mm and an exit pupil diameter of 7.1 mm.
Confused about what that means?
Well, it simply means these binoculars offer you a wider viewing area and your eyes won’t feel any strain as you’re trying to focus on the object in front of you. With an objective lens of 50 mm you’ll able to enjoy the view with incredibly high clarity and sharpness.
Now, these binoculars have a viewing range of up to 132m at 1000m, which is pretty average considering what other similar models in the market are offering.
Either way, you do end up with a clear short-range view. But the field of view isn’t really the best feature of this product.
The product is made up of a lightweight metal (only 0.8 kilograms) and has an IPX-7 waterproof rating, which is great!
It is also loaded with a BAK-4 prism glass, which we believe is one of the best types of Porro prisms in the market. What does it do? Well, it gives you crisp and crystal clear images. Awesome.
You’ll also find that these binoculars are fully multi-coated, which keeps the product safe. They also feature a roof prism for better object viewing clarity.
Another thing that sets this product apart from others is that it’s built with dielectric coating ED (Extra-low Dispersion) glass throughout.
What about Night Vision?
These binoculars are advertised to have night vision features, but our reviews show that they aren’t really built for use at night.
So, what’s the best use for these binoculars?
So, it doesn’t come with night vision features. That doesn’t make this product useless at all.
In fact, we feel that these binoculars are great for bird watching, observing wildlife and nature, and tons of other daytime activities. You can use them to watch a game closely at the stadium or even for getting a clearer view of your favorite rock star at a concert.
Along with being waterproof, these metal-built binoculars are also covered with a non-slip rubber material that makes it easier for you to take it anywhere you like, even in rainy conditions. These two features make this product extremely outdoor-friendly!
The design of these binoculars is probably the best we’ve seen so far. This particular variant comes with a cool camouflage pattern exterior that gives it a stylish, military look.
But, you can also get them in a solid black color if you want.
These binoculars come with a carrying bag, a standard manual, a dust cover for the objective lenses, a cleaning cloth, and a place for a tripod joint. It also comes with a warranty, in case you face any problems with the equipment.