Binoculars, Monocular & Magnifiers

Can’t find what you’re looking for, or something out of stock? Rest assured it’s on the way. We’re working on making our full range of products available. As we expand our offering, we would love if you could tell us what you’re looking for.  A number of our products are also undergoing compliance tests in Australia.  More details are available ...

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Can’t find what you’re looking for, or something out of stock? Rest assured it’s on the way. We’re working on making our full range of products available. As we expand our offering, we would love if you could tell us what you’re looking for.  A number of our products are also undergoing compliance tests in Australia.  More details are available here.

Decathlon can set you up for a day spotting birds and other wildlife out in the countryside. All binoculars have two numbers with a cross between them, like 9x63 for example. In this case the 9 indicates the level of magnification (x9) and the 63 represents the width of the largest lens in millimetres.
The larger the lens, the heavier the binoculars but the better view you will have when using them. Bigger lenses also collect more light, making it easier to see on dark days. With regards to magnification, x7 or x8 is ideal for every day use but you may need different levels of magnification for different sports. You should also be aware that higher levels of magnification may also narrow your field of vision, making it harder to follow anything moving.

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