Oberwerk 8×32, 10×32 Sport HD II Monocular – Oberwerk
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Oberwerk 8×32, 10×32 Sport HD II Monocular

$99.95

Oberwerk 8×32, 10×32 Sport HD II Monocular

(1 customer review)

$99.95

Our new 8×32 and 10×32 monoculars are essentially one half of a Sport HD II binocular, but they fit in the palm of your hand. Like the HD II binocular, they feature an ED objective that almost completely eliminate chromatic aberration. Internal focuser focuses down to just 4 ft.! Perfect for bird-watching, hunting, and sporting events.

These 8×32 and 10×32 monoculars are the latest addition to the Oberwerk Sport HD II (High Definition) Series, which feature ED objectives that almost completely eliminate chromatic aberration. They’re basically one half of a Sport HD II binocular, but they fit in the palm of your hand. They’re lighter and easier to carry, and usage is less conspicuous than a binocular. Perfect for bird-watching, hunting, nautical usage, and sporting events. Don’t worry about getting it wet- it’s completely waterproof. The light-touch internal focuser allows easy focusing from beyond infinity down to 4 ft. away!

Oberwerk’s signature broadband multi-coatings are found on every air-to-glass surface (fully multi-coated), the prism is phase-coated for highest-possible image quality. The eyecup is continuously adjustable- simply twist to move in or out.

Heavily rubber-armored metal body, with 1/4-20 tripod adapter threading. Also includes soft rubber ocular cover, captive soft rubber objective cover, rugged nylon case, and a wrist strap.

Also available as the lower-priced non-ED objective 8×32, 10×32 Sport HD.

Additional information

Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 6 × 6 in
FOV

7.4°

Eye Relief

18.0mm

Exit Pupil

4.0mm

Minimum Focus

1.3m

Product Weight

10 oz.

Product Dimensions

L=5.5", W=1.75", H=2.75"

1 review for Oberwerk 8×32, 10×32 Sport HD II Monocular

  1. Shane McKelvey (verified owner)

    Ordered one of these at the last minute for my wife to take on a family reunion cruise from Seattle to Anchorage. Shipped promptly and received on time, no fuss. Before she left I only had one session to check basic function. Was delighted with how little chromatic aberration there was looking at sharp verticals (tree trunks, chimneys) with sun behind them. Better than my Steiner 7×50 military/marine binocs. If you can scrape together an extra $30 for the ED objectives vs. the standard glass version I think it’s well worth it. On the trip my wife kept the monocular around her neck at all times and used them very frequently, looking at other ships, glaciers and scenery ashore, whales, birds, sea otters… She said it was no problem to carry – very light, small, easy to forget it was there. More important, it’s SO simple to use and share with others in a group. You hand it to the next person and when they hand it back the only adjustment that may be needed is a slight focus tweak. (Focus is smooth, takes one finger) Hand off binoculars and you end up resetting the interpupilary distance, diopter adjustment, focus… Also love the fact that there’s a 1/4-20 mount built-in. No binocular tripod adapter to fiddle with. It’s easy to use the monocular with a table-top camera tripod or pocket clamp. I think one of these monoculars would work well as a spotter on a large scope (it’s very bright) and it would be ideal to use with a digiscope adapter and mobile phone. Small, light, simple, versatile, waterproof, excellent optical quality, no collimation worries, inexpensive. Just a great, practical piece of gear.

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