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Vortex Solo 10X36 Monocular
Vortex Solo 10X36 Monocular.
Vortex Solo 10X36 Monocular.
Vortex Solo 10X36 Monocular.
Vortex Solo 10X36 Monocular.
Vortex

Vortex Solo 10X36 Monocular

Price 189.99 USD excluding sales tax
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A very handy monocular for hunters, hikers, and other people who’d like to bring nature closer but don’t want to carry too heavy optics. This 10x36 monocular is the biggest one in the solo series, yet still ultra-compact, easy to carry, and quick to use.

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Vortex Solo 10X36 Monocular.
Vortex Solo 10X36 Monocular.
Vortex Solo 10X36 Monocular.
Vortex Solo 10X36 Monocular.

A very handy monocular for hunters, hikers, and other people who’d like to bring nature closer but don’t want to carry too heavy optics. This 10x36 monocular is the biggest one in the solo series, yet still ultra-compact, easy to carry, and quick to use.

Despite what the name would suggest, a monocular is not just half a binocular. They are less than half of the weight and price of a comparable quality binocular, but the usefulness is almost the same as a monocular succeeds in most things you would normally do with a binocular. In short, the bang-for-buck ratio is far better!

  • Multiple anti-reflective coatings on all air-to-glass surfaces increase light transmission
  • Nitrogen gas purging prevents internal fogging
  • O-ring seals prevent moisture, dust and debris from penetrating the monocular
  • Rubber coating provides a secure, non-slip grip, and external protection
  • Adjustable eyecups enable comfortable viewing with or without eyeglasses
  • Versatile, multi-position utility clip allows for multiple attachment points and quick attachment to pocket edges, equipment or vests

Included in the Box

  • Vortex Solo 10X36
  • Lanyard
  • Carry case
  • Utility clip

Specifications

  • Magnification: 10x
  • Objective lens diameter: 36 mm
  • Eye relief: 15 mm
  • Exit pupil: 3.6 mm
  • Linear field of view: 99 m/915 m (325 feet/1,000 yards)
  • Angular field of view: 6.2 degrees
  • Close focus: 5 m (16.4 feet)

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22.03.2022
Excellent for what it is (a monocular). I’d recommend buying it in 8x36 if you want to view small- or non stationary objects, like birds. The lower magnification is brighter and more forgiving when tracing movement.
Good for a quick scope, but using a monocular for any extended period of time is more tiring for your eyes than using binoculars.
See my comment below about pricing.
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Erik Z. 22.03.2022 (Edited 22.03.2022)
This is a good product. Used the 8x36 for three years before upgrading to a swarowski. With binoculars you usually get the quality you pay for, but my impression is that Vortex gives a bit more quality than you pay for. The sheath I got for mine was shite, but maybe Vortex has switched things up?

What I don’t understand is Varustelekas pricing of this product. The price is some 30% higher than what this exact product retails for in neighbouring Sweden (tax included). Why would I want to buy this from Varusteleka when it’s way cheaper in like 30 other sites?
I’d gladly pay for Varustelekas own products, or for milsurp. But giving 30 % extra just to buy from Valtteri is a super weird USP.

Is it that Finns love paying extra when they pay to another Finn? Does Varusteleka automatically add 30% to the buying price of products that they don’t make themselves? Does the Finnish military let conscripts buy some of their kit themselves, and pay the VATS or something? Is this some sort of scam?
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