• Zeiss Conquest Mono 10x25mm Monocular with T Lenses
  • Zeiss Conquest Mono 10x25mm Monocular with T Lenses
  • Zeiss Conquest Mono 10x25mm Monocular with T Lenses
Zeiss Conquest Mono 10x25mm Monocular with T Lenses
Zeiss Conquest Mono 10x25mm Monocular with T Lenses
Zeiss Conquest Mono 10x25mm Monocular with T Lenses

Zeiss Conquest Mono 10x25mm Monocular with T Lenses

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  • Zeiss T* Anti-Reflective coating is designed to reduce surface reflections and, consequently, remove flares and ghost images, resulting in a clear, crisp picture
  • Field of view: 88m at 1000m away
  • 10x magnification in a pocket-sized device
  • Achromatic lens design minimizes chromatic and spherical aberration
  • Schmidt-Pechan roof style prism allows for straight, compact design

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Weighs nothing, brings a view in close.I think 1-1/2 oz or something like that, this device is great for ultralight backpackers who might want to know who that distant figure on the trail up ahead might be.5Excellent Quality at Great Price (almost as sharp as the more expensive Leica) I have owned this Zeiss 6X18B monoculars for 5 years now and recently purchased the Leica version as well. Both the Zeiss and Leica monoculars are excellent, but excel in different ways.This Zeiss 6X18B is lightweight, sharp, compact. The high quality real-leather case is very compact and includes a neck lanyard. At first, I was concerned with the plastic construction of the housing; however, it remains in the same excellent condition as it was 5 years ago. Zeiss's leather case is made of heavy/medium weight leather and has a pebble pattern so it is not as easily scratched as the smooth leather of the bulky Leica case. The plastic Zeiss is much lighter than the all metal Leica. In addition, Zeiss warranties it for lifetime; however, I have yet to see how easy the claim process is. Please note that the focus is based on a pull/push system which is good and bad: once you master the technique, focusing is faster than Leica's turn knob system, but it is easier to bump the tube and lose focus again if you are not careful. Leica's turn knob system does not focus as quickly; however, it retains focus much better. The other thing that makes the Zeiss is defensive to the Leica version is that there it is not nitrogen filled, it is not weatherproof. I would not recommend using the Zeiss in the rain. The Zeiss is also much cheaper than the Leica as well. With all this said, why did I purchase the Leica after 5 years with the Zeiss?. . .the Leica is nitrogen filled and is sharper than the Zeiss. I plan to keep both and use them in different situations. 5Expensive, worth it. This is very expensive. It is the best monocular by a long shot. Small enough that you actually will have it with you when you want to use it. Superb optics. Lightweight. Great "feel". Eye relief enough for glasses wearers. 5Probably the best 10x25 monocular This is a top of the line monocular, perhaps the best in a 10x25. I have used it for many years in various conditions. I use it in place of binoculars when I'm carrying cameras, lenses, and such. Because of the light weight, it can be hung unnoticed around you neck all day.So, why not 5 stars? I'd like to have more eye relief and less magnification. At 10x, it can be a little shaky and 10x has a bit less field of view for quickly locating things like birds. I find the eye relief to be fairly short when wearing sun glasses. Focusing requires two hands, but is easily learned.With those limitations in mind, I have been searching for a replacement monocular, but have never found one that suits my needs as well. 4Carl Zeiss Optical MonocularThis is our third Zeiss monocular. (One was stolen while traveling so we needed to replace it.) We no longer usebinoculars as this instrument is so compact and easy to put in a pocket or purse, and though I wear glasses I have notrouble focusing on any object or view. Sure wish we had not spent so much money on binoculars in the past(even those with stabilizing - too heavy!!!) as we will never use anything except a monocular from now on!5museum visitor's delight I've had the Carl Zeiss 4x12 monocular for almost ten years. If you visit museums frequently, I strongly recommend this unit for two reasons:(a) The view is wide, clear, undistorted, and adds no color. You don't see the lens! You only feel closer to the object, which is exactly what you want. (Don't be tempted by cheaper optics -- you get what you pay for.)(b) 4x is just the right amount of magnification power. 4x means you see the object as if you were at 1/4 the distance. But more importantly, this unit allows you to approach the object as close as 30 cm or 12 inches. If you are right up to the glass display case with that jeweled artifact inside, you can see it as if it were in your hand. (If you suffer from back pain, you can view low objects without bending your back.)Are there shortcomings? Yes. I hope the following minor issues will be resolved in the next generation:(a) The neck strap is fixated to the unit (i.e., cannot be detached). It is too long for me; I prefer to keep my monocular in my pocket. But I can't bring myself to cut the neck strap. (Perhaps I should.)(b) The rubber eye cup (the flexible piece that folds over the eyepiece) cannot be replaced. I suspect this is the weak point of this unit. Although mine hasn't failed yet, it is likely to break first.(c) The focusing mechanism is a simple push-pull tube that extends the objective lens in or out from the lens barrel. A minor improvement would be a screwed, twisting mechanism that allows finer adjustment, and would tend to hold focus position.Hope this helps! 5Neat little scopeI have carried one of these around in my pocket for decades. It is enough to see whats going on without being too heavy. I dropped one and it went to pieces, but Zeiss replaced it immediately, without question. It has doubled in price over the years, but is still worth it.5Decent optics and unbelievably light weight.If you are looking for a super light high quality monocular for say backpacking then this is a great choice. Yes, it does not have the chromatic pop and clarity of the Leica 8x20 Monovid so the color of birds will not be quite as standout. And it's not waterproof so you shouldn't pull it out in the pouring rain and you'll have to be a little careful to not let it get too wet. And the slide focus takes a little getting used to in contrast to the turning ring of the Leica. But then it weighs half as much, 2 ounces versus 4, and the optics are superb. 2 ounces. That's light compared to 4 ounces for the Leica Monovid, 8 oz for the Leica 8x20 binoculars, 14 ounces for the typical 8x20 and a pound or two for a pair of 8x40's. And 6 power is the sweet spot for stability versus magnification in a monocular. And it's easier to see the image since 6x18 gives you a 3 mm exit pupil rather than 8x20 giving you 2.5mm. So is it the best out there? No. But is it a no brainer to toss in the pack for the occasional birding? You bet! Lightest high quality optics I've found.4shirt pocket = pens, pencils, & ZeissLove at first sight. I see things others cannot quite make out. Would I buy again? heck no. After all, I already have two.5lesser of equals except for size I disagree with the reviewers who say this is the best of the small monoculars. The Alpine 10x25 is as sharp and a more stable and wider apparent field of view complemented by easier hand holding and superior eye relief; other comparable small monoculars (opticron) are superior, though larger. Old fashioned roll down eye cups. Leica is similar in size, but comes in a large (but awesome) leather carry case. I would say this unit is for the customer who wants the smallest unit. 3Zeiss Monocular cylinder's construction being plastic is not robust; no warranty for trauma.I purchased the Zeiss Monocular in October 2011 from Amazon and it broke into multiple pieces at the pocket clip in August 2017 when it accidentally came out of my shirt pocket and hit the floor. To the best of my knowledge, this monocular is the only monocular of its size and suitable for daily shirt pocket use. However, the cylinder assembly is plastic. This makes it lightweight, but also not as robust as aluminum of say a Mini Maglite--which I also carry. What would be optimal I think is to package the optical elements of the Zeiss (or like) into a case like the Mini Maglite. The significant increase in robustness would easily offset the slight increase in weight.FWIW, I purchased the Zeiss monocular at Amazon for $140. It is now $200. I see that Zeiss optical components have a lifetime warranty--I will see how that goes. I finally checked on the warranty and received this response from Zeiss: "I'm sorry but the limited lifetime warranty does not cover trauma and breakage but defects in materials and workmanship." In my opinion, one should also stand behind their design--especially with a name like Zeiss and at such a price. I am adjusting my rating accordingly.2Four Stars Good optics. Focus is a little finicky 4Wow...better than I expected. Very simple quality camera...relatively expensive, but worth it. I use it while on bike trips and birding. "3 more words are required" 5Top of the line monocularAlthough small monoculars in general have their limitations, this glass brings the typical Zeiss quality into a handy, portable optic that makes it easy to pack. The image clarity is superb compared, and so far, this has proved rugged enough to survive travel in a pocket. If you won't be able to stabilize this or just want something with less "shake," Zeiss makes the same basic monocular with 8X magnification; however, stabilized against a fencepost or over a truck hood, this little 10X performs...and then some.5Zeiss monocular vs Leica monocular.So far, so good w this little monocular. It s light and a perfect size for my large woman s hand. The focus is very easy to access and fluid. The optics are fantastic. I see detail that I can t believe. My dings are the thin little case the offers virtually no protection (who cares if it s leather?) and the price. $400 just seems a bit high. Btw I bought and returned the $500 Leica monocular. The optics and hard case were terrific but it was a little too small for my hand and I wanted something w more magnification.4More of a marker...Short and stubby, the Zeiss 5X "pen" IS of high optical quality, but nowhere near as thin as the photoshopped image in the ad.3Good image Quality, okay durability. Not for gorillas or ham hands.I just want to add some information for prospective buyers. Please note that the material used to construct this monocular is primarily plastic. The monocular can be disassembled by unscrewing the eyepiece. The housing tube is constructed of plastic or some type of injected molded resin, as is the focusing ring, the eyepiece housing, and the actual focusing mechanism itself under the focusing ring. I would not say that this is cheaply manufactured, because the precision of the molding appears quite high, however the item as a whole was not as rigid or durable as I had imagined. If you turn the focusing ring too hard at the end of it's travel, you can actually cause the plastic thread within the focusing mechanism to skip/crossthread. If you hold the monocular in between your thumb and index finger in each hand and apply moderate pressure to the middle of the housing, you can actually flex the eyepiece and focusing ring at their plastic threaded attachment points to the body of the monocular. I think if the body of this device was made of aluminum, it would be more rigidity and this would contribute to it's durability.On a positive note, the glass is exceptionally clear and well manufactured. However there was an annoying fingerprint stain on the inside of the front lens. The image quality is actually very good. It is clear up to the border of the field of view, and the overall images are crisp and sharp. Actually I have never had optics that were this sharp out to the borders of the FOV. Ultimately, I think that this is what you were actually paying for as well as the size factor.4
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Description
  • Zeiss T* Anti-Reflective coating is designed to reduce surface reflections and, consequently, remove flares and ghost images, resulting in a clear, crisp picture
  • Field of view: 88m at 1000m away
  • 10x magnification in a pocket-sized device
  • Achromatic lens design minimizes chromatic and spherical aberration
  • Schmidt-Pechan roof style prism allows for straight, compact design
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Weighs nothing, brings a view in close.I think 1-1/2 oz or something like that, this device is great for ultralight backpackers who might want to know who that distant figure on the trail up ahead might be.5Excellent Quality at Great Price (almost as sharp as the more expensive Leica) I have owned this Zeiss 6X18B monoculars for 5 years now and recently purchased the Leica version as well. Both the Zeiss and Leica monoculars are excellent, but excel in different ways.This Zeiss 6X18B is lightweight, sharp, compact. The high quality real-leather case is very compact and includes a neck lanyard. At first, I was concerned with the plastic construction of the housing; however, it remains in the same excellent condition as it was 5 years ago. Zeiss's leather case is made of heavy/medium weight leather and has a pebble pattern so it is not as easily scratched as the smooth leather of the bulky Leica case. The plastic Zeiss is much lighter than the all metal Leica. In addition, Zeiss warranties it for lifetime; however, I have yet to see how easy the claim process is. Please note that the focus is based on a pull/push system which is good and bad: once you master the technique, focusing is faster than Leica's turn knob system, but it is easier to bump the tube and lose focus again if you are not careful. Leica's turn knob system does not focus as quickly; however, it retains focus much better. The other thing that makes the Zeiss is defensive to the Leica version is that there it is not nitrogen filled, it is not weatherproof. I would not recommend using the Zeiss in the rain. The Zeiss is also much cheaper than the Leica as well. With all this said, why did I purchase the Leica after 5 years with the Zeiss?. . .the Leica is nitrogen filled and is sharper than the Zeiss. I plan to keep both and use them in different situations. 5Expensive, worth it. This is very expensive. It is the best monocular by a long shot. Small enough that you actually will have it with you when you want to use it. Superb optics. Lightweight. Great "feel". Eye relief enough for glasses wearers. 5Probably the best 10x25 monocular This is a top of the line monocular, perhaps the best in a 10x25. I have used it for many years in various conditions. I use it in place of binoculars when I'm carrying cameras, lenses, and such. Because of the light weight, it can be hung unnoticed around you neck all day.So, why not 5 stars? I'd like to have more eye relief and less magnification. At 10x, it can be a little shaky and 10x has a bit less field of view for quickly locating things like birds. I find the eye relief to be fairly short when wearing sun glasses. Focusing requires two hands, but is easily learned.With those limitations in mind, I have been searching for a replacement monocular, but have never found one that suits my needs as well. 4Carl Zeiss Optical MonocularThis is our third Zeiss monocular. (One was stolen while traveling so we needed to replace it.) We no longer usebinoculars as this instrument is so compact and easy to put in a pocket or purse, and though I wear glasses I have notrouble focusing on any object or view. Sure wish we had not spent so much money on binoculars in the past(even those with stabilizing - too heavy!!!) as we will never use anything except a monocular from now on!5museum visitor's delight I've had the Carl Zeiss 4x12 monocular for almost ten years. If you visit museums frequently, I strongly recommend this unit for two reasons:(a) The view is wide, clear, undistorted, and adds no color. You don't see the lens! You only feel closer to the object, which is exactly what you want. (Don't be tempted by cheaper optics -- you get what you pay for.)(b) 4x is just the right amount of magnification power. 4x means you see the object as if you were at 1/4 the distance. But more importantly, this unit allows you to approach the object as close as 30 cm or 12 inches. If you are right up to the glass display case with that jeweled artifact inside, you can see it as if it were in your hand. (If you suffer from back pain, you can view low objects without bending your back.)Are there shortcomings? Yes. I hope the following minor issues will be resolved in the next generation:(a) The neck strap is fixated to the unit (i.e., cannot be detached). It is too long for me; I prefer to keep my monocular in my pocket. But I can't bring myself to cut the neck strap. (Perhaps I should.)(b) The rubber eye cup (the flexible piece that folds over the eyepiece) cannot be replaced. I suspect this is the weak point of this unit. Although mine hasn't failed yet, it is likely to break first.(c) The focusing mechanism is a simple push-pull tube that extends the objective lens in or out from the lens barrel. A minor improvement would be a screwed, twisting mechanism that allows finer adjustment, and would tend to hold focus position.Hope this helps! 5Neat little scopeI have carried one of these around in my pocket for decades. It is enough to see whats going on without being too heavy. I dropped one and it went to pieces, but Zeiss replaced it immediately, without question. It has doubled in price over the years, but is still worth it.5Decent optics and unbelievably light weight.If you are looking for a super light high quality monocular for say backpacking then this is a great choice. Yes, it does not have the chromatic pop and clarity of the Leica 8x20 Monovid so the color of birds will not be quite as standout. And it's not waterproof so you shouldn't pull it out in the pouring rain and you'll have to be a little careful to not let it get too wet. And the slide focus takes a little getting used to in contrast to the turning ring of the Leica. But then it weighs half as much, 2 ounces versus 4, and the optics are superb. 2 ounces. That's light compared to 4 ounces for the Leica Monovid, 8 oz for the Leica 8x20 binoculars, 14 ounces for the typical 8x20 and a pound or two for a pair of 8x40's. And 6 power is the sweet spot for stability versus magnification in a monocular. And it's easier to see the image since 6x18 gives you a 3 mm exit pupil rather than 8x20 giving you 2.5mm. So is it the best out there? No. But is it a no brainer to toss in the pack for the occasional birding? You bet! Lightest high quality optics I've found.4shirt pocket = pens, pencils, & ZeissLove at first sight. I see things others cannot quite make out. Would I buy again? heck no. After all, I already have two.5lesser of equals except for size I disagree with the reviewers who say this is the best of the small monoculars. The Alpine 10x25 is as sharp and a more stable and wider apparent field of view complemented by easier hand holding and superior eye relief; other comparable small monoculars (opticron) are superior, though larger. Old fashioned roll down eye cups. Leica is similar in size, but comes in a large (but awesome) leather carry case. I would say this unit is for the customer who wants the smallest unit. 3Zeiss Monocular cylinder's construction being plastic is not robust; no warranty for trauma.I purchased the Zeiss Monocular in October 2011 from Amazon and it broke into multiple pieces at the pocket clip in August 2017 when it accidentally came out of my shirt pocket and hit the floor. To the best of my knowledge, this monocular is the only monocular of its size and suitable for daily shirt pocket use. However, the cylinder assembly is plastic. This makes it lightweight, but also not as robust as aluminum of say a Mini Maglite--which I also carry. What would be optimal I think is to package the optical elements of the Zeiss (or like) into a case like the Mini Maglite. The significant increase in robustness would easily offset the slight increase in weight.FWIW, I purchased the Zeiss monocular at Amazon for $140. It is now $200. I see that Zeiss optical components have a lifetime warranty--I will see how that goes. I finally checked on the warranty and received this response from Zeiss: "I'm sorry but the limited lifetime warranty does not cover trauma and breakage but defects in materials and workmanship." In my opinion, one should also stand behind their design--especially with a name like Zeiss and at such a price. I am adjusting my rating accordingly.2Four Stars Good optics. Focus is a little finicky 4Wow...better than I expected. Very simple quality camera...relatively expensive, but worth it. I use it while on bike trips and birding. "3 more words are required" 5Top of the line monocularAlthough small monoculars in general have their limitations, this glass brings the typical Zeiss quality into a handy, portable optic that makes it easy to pack. The image clarity is superb compared, and so far, this has proved rugged enough to survive travel in a pocket. If you won't be able to stabilize this or just want something with less "shake," Zeiss makes the same basic monocular with 8X magnification; however, stabilized against a fencepost or over a truck hood, this little 10X performs...and then some.5Zeiss monocular vs Leica monocular.So far, so good w this little monocular. It s light and a perfect size for my large woman s hand. The focus is very easy to access and fluid. The optics are fantastic. I see detail that I can t believe. My dings are the thin little case the offers virtually no protection (who cares if it s leather?) and the price. $400 just seems a bit high. Btw I bought and returned the $500 Leica monocular. The optics and hard case were terrific but it was a little too small for my hand and I wanted something w more magnification.4More of a marker...Short and stubby, the Zeiss 5X "pen" IS of high optical quality, but nowhere near as thin as the photoshopped image in the ad.3Good image Quality, okay durability. Not for gorillas or ham hands.I just want to add some information for prospective buyers. Please note that the material used to construct this monocular is primarily plastic. The monocular can be disassembled by unscrewing the eyepiece. The housing tube is constructed of plastic or some type of injected molded resin, as is the focusing ring, the eyepiece housing, and the actual focusing mechanism itself under the focusing ring. I would not say that this is cheaply manufactured, because the precision of the molding appears quite high, however the item as a whole was not as rigid or durable as I had imagined. If you turn the focusing ring too hard at the end of it's travel, you can actually cause the plastic thread within the focusing mechanism to skip/crossthread. If you hold the monocular in between your thumb and index finger in each hand and apply moderate pressure to the middle of the housing, you can actually flex the eyepiece and focusing ring at their plastic threaded attachment points to the body of the monocular. I think if the body of this device was made of aluminum, it would be more rigidity and this would contribute to it's durability.On a positive note, the glass is exceptionally clear and well manufactured. However there was an annoying fingerprint stain on the inside of the front lens. The image quality is actually very good. It is clear up to the border of the field of view, and the overall images are crisp and sharp. Actually I have never had optics that were this sharp out to the borders of the FOV. Ultimately, I think that this is what you were actually paying for as well as the size factor.4
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  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
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  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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