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Visionary Monoculars

The Visionary 8x20TM monoculars are wonderous little optics.

On their own, they are a handy little pocket sized monocular and supplied with a small pouch for carrying. However, they also come with a magnifiying attachment to convert the monocular into a powerful close up magnifier for looking at insects, stamps etc.

Looking at pound notes through this magnifier shows just how intricately they are printed.

Stock Availability: Out of stock.



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This page updated: 16 October 2017
Visionary 8x20 TM
Magnification8x
Objective20mm
Twilight Factor12.65
Exit Pupil Size2.50mm
Case / StrapMono Case
Price£22.99
Including VAT @ 20% and UK shipping
Relevent links for this item (links open in a new window) Accessories for Visionary 8x20 TM
Accessories 
ROR 2oz Lens Cleaner £9.99
Opticron Microfiber Lens Cloth £3.50

Jenky
15/09/2010 18:00:06
How does this monocular compare to the Helios Pocket Spy?

eebc - Jamie.
15/09/2010 18:09:33
The Helios is a bit smaller and the optical quality is a bit better, monocular vs. monocular the Helios is better.

However, it depends upon your needs, the close up stand of the Visionary is really good for looking at stamps, coins, insects, the odd leaf etc.

We have been out of stock of the Helios Pocket Spy (and for that matter, the other helios monoculars as well) for some time, we were recently quoted a delivery time of weeks, rather than months, for the Helios Pocket Spy.

Dave
03/06/2011 12:24:14
Have taken the lenses out to clean them but don t know what way round they go back. Does the concave shape of the lens face away from the eye when you are looking through the monocular. Your help would be appreciated.

Da

eebc - Chris
03/06/2011 13:17:09
I have never taken one of these apart, the only help I provide is to say that the lens in the eyepiece looks to be slightly convex.
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