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Kowa Spotting Scopes

The Kowa TS501 20x is an angled scope that has a FIXED eyepiece (it can not be removed or changed later). The 50mm objective lens make it compact, lightweight and easy to carry. Many people use this scope hand held, although a tripod socket is provided on the bottom of the scope for greater stabilisation.

Please note, although Kowa make these scopes in both blue and grey colours, we can only supply the grey ones as the blue are not imported into the UK

Stock Availability: Discontinued, details shown for reference purposes only.

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Other countries shipping is charged at cost, email for details.

This page updated: 06 June 2008
Kowa TS501 20x
Field of View (°)
Min Focusing6m
Eye Relief13mm
Dimensions: Length225mm
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This item has discontinued accessories associated with it. We have decided to display these accessories in the table to the right. We regularly get asked for details of discontinued accessories, to be honest, we are not sure why, but hopefully clearly showing the discontinued accessories will be of help Discontinued Accessories for Kowa TS501 20x
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Skua Stay on case for TS501 20x £38.17

31/03/2007 13:51:54
What is the image quality like, I have seen a pair of Tasco 20x50 binoculars, is it as good?


eebc - Jamie
31/03/2007 18:41:23
The image quality should be better than the binoculars you looked through.

The Kowa TS500 series telescopes, whilst being 20x50, have much bigger prisms to allow more light to reach the eyepiece. This provides a brighter, sharper and clearer image.
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