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Magnification: 10x. Objective lens diameter: 25mm

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Discovery Channel informs, entertains and inspires its audiences around the globe about the world in all its wonder, diversity and amazement. Offering millions of people the chance to discover, and satisfy their curiosity, Discovery offers a compelling mix of stories across genres including science and technology, exploration, adventure, history and in depth behind-the-scenes glimpses at the people, places and organisations that shape and share the world we live in.

We proudly present the Discovery optics series that is produced by Levenhuk and endorsed by Discovery.


Monocular Discovery Gator 10x25 is the optical instrument for those who are always on the move. It is small, light, and offers 10x magnification. The device is optimal for studying natural landscapes and city views as well as observing wildlife. In addition, the monocular can be taken to stadiums and used for viewing sports competitions better.

Its optics are made of high-quality, multi-coated BK-7 glass, allowing it to deliver brighter images. The best display is provided during the brightest time of the day. The close focus distance is 3.5 meters, meaning the monocular can be used for viewing close objects, such as museum exhibitions or zoo animals.

The body is made of plastic and covered with rubber, protecting it from dust, dirt, and accidental damage.

Features:

  • Monocular with 10x magnification
  • Multi-coated optics made from high-quality BK-7
  • Rubber-covered shell
  • Compact and lightweight

The kit includes:

  • Monocular
  • Strap
  • Case for storage and transportation
  • Cleaning wipe
  • User manual and warranty card