Zeiss T* 6x18 Monocular

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Zeiss T* 6x18 Monocular


For sporting events, in the theater or in the great outdoors, Zeiss Monoculars are the masters of versatility, fitting snugly in a jacket pocket, backpack, glove compartment, or handbag. Whether you are watching dragonflies in the reeds or birds at a great distance, the Monos are an often undervalued but extremely useful aid to nature observation.

Enviromental Technology:
  • Lens Coating Name: Achromat


  • Always At Hand: Small, Light And Sporty - The Compact Monos Are Always Handy For Nature Excursions, Concerts Or Sporting Events. They Bring Objects To Arm's Length At Lightning Speed So You Can See Every Single Detail.
  • A Clear View In Any Weather: There Are Always Exciting Things To Be Seen In The World Of Nature, Even In Wet Weather
  • Zeiss T* Coating: Guaranteed brilliant, high-contrast images, particularly in adverse light conditions and twilight. The Coating is tuned to each lens individually for maximum clarity.
  • Close Range: The Zeiss Monocular 6x18 T* Has Focus Capabilities That Allows It To Double As A Magnifying Glass Or Visual Aid. This Makes Them Extremely Versatile. Whether You Are Watching Butterflies, Reading A Street Plan Or Walking Map, Or Making Out Letters And Numbers On A Bus Timetable, The Monos Are A Practical Tool.


  • Interpupillary Distance: 35 - 72 mm
  • Twilight Factor: 10.4
  • Eye Relief: 15 mm
  • Magnification: 6x
  • Exit Pupil Diameter: 3 mm
  • Angular Field of View: 41°
  • Effective Lens Diameter: 12 mm
  • Field of View at 1,000 yds (ft): 5360
  • Length: 3.35"
  • Dioptor Adjustment Range (dpt): +/- 4
  • Weight: 2.05 oz
  • Binocular Prism Type: Schmidt-Pechan
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