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Vortex Solo 10x25 Monocular
Vortex Solo 10x25 Monocular
Vortex Unconditional Lifetime warrantyMulti-coatedNitrogen gas purging to keep the water outPhase corrected prismsRubber armourClose Focus to 5mWeight 155g

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£69.00
Vortex Solo 10x36 Monocular
Vortex Solo 10x36 Monocular
Vortex Unconditional Lifetime warrantyMulti-coatedNitrogen gas purging to keep the water outPhase corrected prismsRubber armourClose Focus to 5mWeight 270g

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£112.00

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Vortex Solo 8x25 Monocular
Vortex Solo 8x25 Monocular
Vortex Unconditional Lifetime warrantyMulti-coated opticsNitrogen gas purging to keep the water outPhase corrected prismsRubber armourClose Focus to 16.4 ftWeight 155g

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£59.00
Vortex Solo 8x36 Monocular
Vortex Solo 8x36 Monocular
Vortex Unconditional Lifetime warrantyMulti-coatedNitrogen gas purging to keep the water outPhase corrected prismsrubber armourClose Focus to 16.4 ftWeight 270g

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£105.00

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Vortex Solo 8x36 R/T MonocularVortex Solo 8x36 R/T Monocular
Vortex Solo 8x36 R/T Monocular
Vortex Unconditional Lifetime warrantyRanging MRAD ReticleClose Focus to 5m , 16.4 ftWeight 285g

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£129.00

Vortex Monoculars

 

Is a Vortex monocular better than binoculars?

A monocular is ideal as a quick spotter when you are out and about.

For prolonged viewing, binoculars are easier to hold steady using both hands and also more relaxing to look through.

If you're heading out for the day and hovering 50:50 whether or not to take your binoculars, a monocular provides the obvious answer.

What does 8x25 mean on a monocular?

The first number is the magnification and the second is the diameter of the front glass, or objective lens, in millimetres. The first number divided into the second gives the light gathering power. 

Which is the best Vortex Monocular?

The 10x25 is slimmer and more powerful than the 8x36 but with less light gathering and a narrower field of view.

So, better for identifying a distant object, not as good for scanning the trees to find out what's going tweet tweet, or chirp chirp, or drrrrrrrrr.

The choice is yours.