Is the pair of binoculars not enough to cover a long-distance? Is the image quality of an object from afar not detailed enough? Is the current outdoor viewing instrument not performing well enough to give a holistic and good viewing experience?
If the answer is yes to one of the questions, it is time to switch from old binoculars to a new spotting scope like the Emarth Angled Spotting Scope.
- Angled spotting scope
- 20x to 60x variable magnification
- 60mm objective lens
- The dynamic lens focusing system
- BK-7 prism
- 17-13.5 mm eye relief
- 2-1.10mm exit pupil
- 39-19m per 1000m view field
- Fully multi-coated lens
- Waterproof & fog proof design
- Ergonomic design
- Rubber armor
- Item weight: 640 g
- Product dimension: 350 mm x 100 mm x 75 mm
- With a tripod, carrying bag, lens cap and manual included
- Money-back guarantee for 30 days
- Twelve months warranty
- Lifetime support guarantee
The Emarth Angled Spotting Scope has a lot to offer to its viewers. For one, this spotting scope is made up of a fully multi-coated objective lens. The coated lens allows this spotting scope to have a faster transmission of light.
It is a common scenario that when the magnification of the spotting scope is increased, the quality of the image captured by such spotting scopes is reduced and the increase of the magnification may result in poor image quality.
Such a scenario can be lessened or even prevented as much as possible in this spotting scope due to its fully multi-coated objective lens. Yet another praiseworthy feature of this spotting scope is its BK-7 prism.
The type of prism that is used in this viewing device allows the spotting scope to render a clear, bright, and crisp viewing.
To add, the spotting scope is an ideal outdoor device because it is fine for all weather conditions. The spotting scope was designed by its manufacturers to be waterproof and fog proof.
Water that seeps into an instrument of device usually poses some issues that can cause the spotting scope to a malfunction or, worse, render the product to be inoperative. It is fortunate that such scenarios can be avoided with the waterproof and the fog-proof features of this spotting scope.
The design of the spotting scope is also something to be noted; due to its ergonomically designed built the spotting scope can be handled easily. For its weight, this spotting scope can be considered to be lightweight so it makes carrying the instrument easier.
In addition, the aspect that makes this spotting scope more appealing to the viewers is its very affordable purchase price being. There is no need to spend much just to get a decent spotting scope to use for one’s favorite outdoor activities.
Finally, customer satisfaction is an important consideration in the making of this product so the manufacturers offer a 30-day money-back guarantee should the buyer not find the spotting scope unappealing. To add, there is no need for buyers to worry about possible hidden defects from the spotting scope because along with the guarantee is a one year warranty and lifetime support guarantee.
It should be noted that the Emarth Angled Spotting Scope has its fair share of disadvantages. One recurring issue about this spotting scope is its poorly constructed tripod that makes its supporting quality a little questionable.
Adjusting the spotting scope even at 20x magnification is can be challenging. Putting the spotting scope into high magnification will sometimes result in a cloudy and unclear image.
When the viewing atmosphere is not good, the spotting scope can result in color distortion which makes viewing details of the target or object a little bit problematic.
For the price one has to pay to get Emarth Angled Spotting Scope, one can get an entry-level and decent performing spotting scope to enjoy for outdoor activities such as bird viewing, hunting, and target practice. This spotting scope has some issues with the quality and performance – as well as with the spotting scope’s accompanying tripod – but all those can be expected from a product that comes within the price point of this viewing instrument.
If high image quality and better performance are expected, going for a more expensive spotting scope should be done. Nevertheless, this spotting scope offers good value for its price and one gets what he pays for and more.