What are good travel binoculars?
You take travel binoculars with you for several days and they shouldn't take up too much room in your backpack or suitcase. Light-weight, practical and compact are the desired features for travel binoculars. In addition, the casing needs to be solid to make sure the pair can handle its own and a little water. Whether you are visiting a city or travelling through the States: we have got the right binoculars.
Eden XP 8x32 binoculars
- Best price-quality ratio travel binoculars
- Magnification: 8x
- Diameter front lens: 32
- Weight: 465 grams
- Waterproof: yes
Swarovski CL Pocket 10X25 B binocular, black
€700.00± 2 weeks
- Best high-end travel binoculars
- Magnification: 10x
- Diameter frontlens: 25
- Weight: 350 grams
- Waterproof: yes
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What do you need to pay attention to when purchasing travel binoculars?
Magnification factor of the pair
To properly spot birds and animals it is best if you choose binoculars with a 8 or 10 magnification. A magnification larger than 10 will leave you with a very narrow field of view and an image that is difficult to keep stable. Binoculars with a magnification smaller than 8 will, obviously, not bring the image close enough.
You will probably take travel binoculars with you for a longer period of time. When you do you don't want to drag around large and heavy binoculars. For that reason you should always pay close attention to the size and weight of the pair. The advantage is that size doesn't determine the sharpness, stability and clarity of the image. The compact Eden binoculars prove just that. From Eden 8x25 mm to Eden 8x32: these practical binoculars offers you a magnificent view of all beautiful sights you will encounter.