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Carson MiniMight 6x18mm Pocket Monocular with Carabiner Clip (MM-618)

3.8
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Description

  • Compact monocular with carabiner clip attachment
  • Magnification: 6x | Objective Lens Diameter: 18mm | Weight: 0.2 lbs.
  • Field of View: 426 feet at 1,000 yards | Fully Coated Optics
  • Perfect compact and portable monocular for camping, hiking, hunting, safari, bird watching, concerts, wildlife, sporting, travel, surveillance and other outdoor adventures
  • Included Accessories: Soft Pouch, Carabiner Clip and Lens Cloth | Backed by Carson's No-Fault, No-Hassle Warranty

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Customer Reviews

Works great, but a bit large in diameter Overall, a nice instrument. It comes in at three inches long, but it's a bit fat for my taste. At the same magnification, brightness, and overall quality I'd recommend the "Roxant Pro SUPERIOR COMPACT MONOCULAR". It's a couple of bucks more, but easier to store as it's a straight tube design, not a swollen tube. It doesn't have the belt clip thing that this one does, but does come with a string lanyard to hang around your neck. Either one will work fine. I bought them both. 4So-so at best It's ok. The field of view is quite narrow, and it's a bit dark. But I don't see how to avoid that, given the specs and the roof prisms. More durable than the little Carson/Brunton jobs. I would give it a pass for something like the Steiner 8x22--even tho that costs quite a bit more, it's also a much better tool. But, for the price, it's not bad. I gave it to my six-year-old, and he hasn't destroyed it yet, so that's a good use. 3Highly recommended purchase for outdoors I use this just about every time I leave the house on a walk, so about four or five times a week. The build quality seems just great. I haven't used the biner so I can't speak to that. The included case and cloth is nice, and I can use the case to hold my Victorinox SwissChamp (pretty good fit with room left for a small map or fire starter), if I dangle the MiniMight on the outside of my pack or in an outside pocket.Uses:Bird watching: The MiniMight is good enough to make identification and take observations at a variety of distances. I've observed a stellar's jay at 40 feet, an acorn woodpecker at 50 feet, a red-shouldered hawk at 60 feet, and a flock of wild turkeys at 300 yards.People watching: Nothing creepy, of course. But I'll give an example of the way it's useful. You are wondering if you should take a shortcut through a neighborhood that has a bad reputation. It's a few blocks away, but you think you see a couple of guys with hoods over their heads looking pretty shifty. You look through the monocular and realize it's two really cold teenage girls waiting for their mom to take them on a shopping trip.Airplane watching: From 1,000 to 20,000 feet you can determine any number of things about aircraft. Civil or military, color, number of windows, etc. This surprised me but the magnification is really that good.Hiking: Sometimes I wander around on trails without reading the map. The woods around here are pretty open, not a ton of undergrowth. I've used the MiniMight to read trail signs that were about 100 yards away up steep inclines. The benefit there is pretty obvious. Another time I was trying to identify a structure that looked like a shed, only to discover as I focused in that it was a public restroom. Couldn't have come at a better time, since I had wandered pretty far that day.Amusement: Identifying structures is really fun. I was looking at a huge water tower about 300 yards out when I saw the flock of wild turkeys below it. I've tracked animals that didn't know I was tracking them, showed my kids how to be detectives, figured out that our local hillside letter is not made of painted rocks as I had assumed, identified small curious objects in areas I couldn't get to, and answered a number of other questions that were at the back of my mind.Cons:1. Eyeglasses. Even if you fold the rubber shade back, the view is not as great with eyeglasses on. Some people are used to it; others just take their glasses off (I slide mine up my forehead).2. Vibration. You'll need a bit of patience and sometimes some slow breathing as things won't always hold steady in your view. I don't find it annoying, but some might.3. Sharpness. Some details will just never pop into perfect focus, as much as you fine-tune the focus ring. I'm OK with that and understand it as an engineering compromise. If you need quality sharpness you should not be looking at this price point, sorry.Overall: I have a couple of pairs of binoculars but I leave them at home every time. The portability here cannot be beat. You won't regret this purchase especially not if you give it a few weeks of active carry. 5Carson 6x18mm Pocket Monocular This thing is tiny. It is great to have in your pocket or clipped to something for those occasions when need to see something but don't have a larger scope or binoculars. I actually prefer the Carson 7x18mm monocular. It is bit larger but still small enough to keep in a convenient place. If you want to carry a monocular on a keychain the 6x18 would be a good candidate. The optics are as you would expect for a tiny inexpensive monocular. Serviceable, when you want to see if that really is big foot across the creek. 4It's perfect for when I need it. I love the MiniMight for several reasons: the size, the vision field, the easy to use, and the accessories. It's pretty small and portable but it's also bigger than I thought, which is great. I also love it's not lightweight, it's pretty heavy for it's size which makes it feel robust and not fragile. If your vision gets blurry you just need to turn it to adjust the focus, and to me in my short experience it has a very far vision field. And the accessories are just what you need to keep your monocular safe and working. Since I'm too clumsy I get my finger inside the carabineer and that way it won't fall and mess up. I throw it inside the pouch and in my backpack and I'm ready to go. And finally, it's super easy to use, just make sure you look through it at the correct angle, otherwise you'll get a cut vision since the inside blocks part of the vision field if not looking straight forward through it. There's a pic for size comparison with my phone. 5Great little scope for price and size, but .... I purchased this scope along with 3 others at the same time that had different zooms and prices. (Polaris, Roxant & MiluoTech). This is nice little scope and if you are looking for a small portable scope, this will do the job. I doubt the caribiner clip will hold up long. The chain appears to delicate.If you want to stay with something tiny, this is a great scope for the cost, but you may want to also check out the Roxant scopes. The Roxant I purchased at the same time is also a 6x zoom, but 30 mm objective lens. The Roxant is considerably larger and does cost more, but what an incredible difference the size makes when it comes to bird watching and other activities. Don't waste your time or money on the MiluoTech 16x52. While it is a similar cost as the Carson, the Carson is far superior to the very blurry MiluoTech. 4Very poor quality. I purchased two, one was DOA on arrival, the 2nd one works fine but the clip came unattached (broken plastic) from the body right away. I was hoping for a sturdy clip, so it could be clipped to my hiking backpack and work in rough walking/climbing conditions. 1Just what I was looking for. A bargain. Much better than I thought it would be. I was looking for a pocket scope to use on hikes. It seems perfect in that respect. Tiny. Nice optics for price etc. The only reason for four stars and not five is the included chain/carabiner. Just too lightweight to trust in my opinion. But wouldn't use that part anyway. Fits nice in cargo pants pocket. So far, we'd it buy again. 4This thing is great. It takes up very little room in a ... This thing is great. It takes up very little room in a EDC and gives some decent magnification. If you already carry a range finder this would be redundant, but it takes up little room and weighs very little. The carabineer and o-ring attachment broke during first field use but I expected this, also I drop this from a height of about 8 or 9 feet onto rocks (by accident) and it seems to have suffered no damage. 4Very lightweight and easy to pack Very lightweight and easy to pack. The optics are clear in daylight, and are functional at night under streetlights. Its a good purchase for the price. If you are looking for high quality/ high definition optics though, you are probably going to need to increase your price range as this is an entry level monocular.It seems well made but it doesn't seem like its built to be knocked around so I chose to not use the keychain clip and keep mine in its included pouch. 5
Carson MiniMight 6x18mm Pocket Monocular with Carabiner Clip (MM-618)

Carson MiniMight 6x18mm Pocket Monocular with Carabiner Clip (MM-618)

3.8
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€50,00
Sale price
€50,00
Regular price
€82,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€32,00)