This HD monocular telescope is on sale for $38
The legendary Amazon Prime Day is nearly upon us, and that means it’s time to stock up on some truly great gear that you’ve been eyeing all year. But despite Amazon’s extensive inventory, it doesn’t have everything.
For instance, you won’t find this best-selling High Definition Monocular Telescope on Prime Day, but it’s available right here for an additional 20 percent off its already-discounted price when you enter the coupon code OCTSAVE20 at checkout—bringing the total cost down to just $38.
Although the zoom feature on your smartphone is fairly impressive, it doesn’t hold a candle to this incredibly powerful and crystal-clear monocular telescope, which offers 50×60 magnification and multi-coated optics.
You’ll be able to immediately bring distant objects into incredibly clear focus simply by attaching this portable telescope directly to your smartphone—meaning you won’t have to worry about hauling around cumbersome tripods whenever you want to view or capture scenes away from home.
Featuring fully-coated optics and a BAK4 prism glass lens, this telescope is a must-have attachment for serious smartphone photographers who want to get more out of their camera. You’ll be able to see the details of someone’s face from a distance of 1,000 meters, the address of a building at a distance of between 2,000 and 3,000 meters, and a limitless number of other details that your smartphone wouldn’t be able to capture on its own.
This lens even comes outfitted with a swing-up eyepiece for people who wear glasses, and its lightweight design means you’ll be able to toss it in your bag and take it with you at a moment’s notice.
Prices are subject to change.
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