Do you love heading out into nature, to spot birds and other wildlife? If so, a spotting scope is a must-have for you! These binoculars produce a defined, detailed image at long distances. Read more
Bresser Spotting Scope Pirsch 25-75x100
List price 434.-
BRESSER Spolux 20–60x80
List price 373.-
National Geographic 20-60x60 Spotting Scope
List price 87.-
Vanguard Endeavor HD 82A
List price 469.-
BRESSER Spectar 15-45x60 Spotting Scope
List price 159.-
Bauer 9-27x56 HD compact spotting scope
Bresser Junior Spotty 20-60x60 Spotting Scope
List price 65.-
Konus Spotting Scope Konuspot-80C 20-60x80
List price 319.-
Swarovski 85mm Objective Module 25-60x
List price 1,460.-
Zeiss Conquest Gavia 85 with 30-60x Ocular
List price 1,850.-
Bauer 15-45x50 Outdoor Spotting scope
Swarovski 95mm Objective Module 30-70x
List price 1,840.-
Everything you need to know about spotting scopes
You want to buy a spotting scope. But choosing one from the diverse range available can be tricky. Do you have something in mind already? Great! Still undecided? If so, we are on hand to help you find the right scope for you.
What is a spotting scope?
A spotting scope is the ideal middle ground between binoculars and a telescope (stargazer). A monocular often features high grade optics and a larger objective lens. You will enjoy a magnification factor of 20x to 90x. And, changing the magnification factor is easy using the removable eyepieces. Whatever the distance you're at, you can get the tiniest detail into close focus.
Why a spotting scope?
People buy a spotting scope when they want to see birds, wildlife or aeroplanes from a great distance away. Binoculars can fall short and a telescope is rather unwieldy. A spotting scope gives you a fantastically high magnification factor. Moreover, it's easy to mount onto a tripod. Ideal for when you're hunkering down in one spot for a while.
Do you have a particular brand in mind? We have various top brands: