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  • Writer's pictureCaleb T. Hayes

I Tested And Ranked The Best Night Vision Binoculars In 2024

Whether you’re a hunter, birder, or you just want to keep a watch out for intruders after dark, you need a pair of quality night vision goggles. Here are my hands-on reviews.

best night vision binoculars

FYI, prices and ratings are accurate as of time of writing.


1. FvTga - 4K Night Vision Goggles


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Highlight: 4K Full HD video resolution and 36 million pixels photos.

Helpful review: "If you are like me, you have been waiting for this for almost 60 years. Ahem... I mean 30. Anyway, seriously, I couldn't count the # of times I've thought "man, if I only had night vision, that would be So Cool!". Alas, that just wasn't possible. Then one day about 40 years ago, ahem... So, I've heard, there was a war movie where they were using this giant contraption that probably weighed 800# to SEE THE ENEMY IN THE DARK ! Oh my goodness... SO Cool ! But obviously out of reach for me. Then, about 30 years ago, (I heard), there was another movie featuring night vision.... This time, it was briefcase sized. Hmmm, not bad... I wonder..... So, I searched and searched, all over the inter-umm-magazines and catalogs. No luck.
Then, about 20 years ago.... It happened again, but this time it fit INTO a briefcase, AND I had reasonable access to a world of info. It took awhile. Then it happened. THERE IT IS FOR SALE! Oh dang... Small print says "For sale to Military and police only". OHH MANNNN. Not like I could afford the $32,000.00 price tag anyway, but still. No fair.
Good thing I'm patient, but HURRY UP!
So... Time goes by.
About 10 years ago, maybe it was James Bond, I don't remember, but WOW! The Action Hero this time pulled it out of his breast pocket! Nice! (you youngsters may not know what a breast pocket is... (Umm, neither did I), just google it. Anyway, my heart rate skyrocketed and I couldn't wait to, once again, go searching. THERE IT IS ! And it's AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC!
I ran for my wallet... I started to fill out the order form... Whoa ! Wait ! Are they High? $2,700.00??? I very carefully slid my Visa back into its comfy cubby in my wallet and sent it for nap time. Then I sat down and cried.
But I digress. It's 2022. My wife's birthday was coming up. Time to surf. Amazon of course. As I was approaching the end of the customary (mandatory, I think) one hour surf through the Home Page, Daily Deals, etc. (everyone does that, right?), off to the side of the page, I saw those Magic and ever so Mystical words, NIGHT VISION ! And it was WAY UNDER $2,700!
My heart rate started to climb... Then it looked me in the face and said "Ya Right, don't believe it. It's not legit. It can't possibly actually work. It's probably a flashlight and some cheap binoculars. Go back to the Kitchen Section". I did. For a minute. But just for "educational" purposes, I had to check out at least a couple of the listings. I did. I checked out ALL OF THEM!
While I was looking, the thought occurred to me that my wonderful wife loves to look for the Owls and Racoons and other such creatures that stir in the night when she takes our dogs out... And she loves to take pictures of them too.. Well, during the daytime anyway. Surely she'll LOVE to have a NIGHT VISION CAMERA for her birthday ! Right ? (I'm so smooth)
Wow, it worked ! I figured that if it didn't work well that she'd just return it, along with probably a couple other items.
Guess what ???
SHE KEPT IT !!!
IT WORKS !!!
You're a big boy or girl or whatever. You don't need me to tell you every little tiny detail. Besides, who likes those really long reviews that waste your time?
So here's the deal. This is not a flimsy El Cheapo kind of child's toy. This is actually a pretty nicely made product that does amazing things. I'm not saying it's military grade or made of unobtainium or anything like that, I'm just saying that it's an awesome adult toy (or should I say toy for adults? Does that sound better?).
Anyway, it doesn't take long to figure out all the buttons however, I do definitely recommend glancing for a couple of minutes at the rather nicely printed instruction sheet. It does a pretty clear job of explaining the ones that you can't figure out by yourself in 3 minutes. So then as you anxiously await for dark and head outside as the sun starts going down, you start using it just in standard mode looking through it like binoculars (except you hold it backwards)... Oh, and you don't pull them up to your eyes because you're just going to look at a screen just like your cell phone... you'll get used to it. But the thing is you'll start to notice as it gets darker and darker that you can still see the things you're looking at through it as though it's daylight.
It'll still be in full color and reasonably clear. And the zoom is crazy, actually they seem to be happiest at 20, 30, maybe 40 yards. As it gradually gets even darker and it's almost actually, well, dark, you'll be even more amazed because it just keeps on working. Then when it gets really dark it'll switch over to the infrared, I guess it is, mode. Which means your view turns into black and white, but no biggie, because it's so exciting just to be able to see things that you'll just be having a blast. And it's still a rather clear picture. If you're like me.. (sounds familiar) .. you may actually be giggling and dancing and prancing around the yard.
(Just don't tell anybody I said that.)
Seriously though, it really does work and it's a lot of fun. I'm sure there's lots of specific uses for it such as nature, personal protection, zombie apocalypse monitoring, and things like that, but to me they're just fun and interesting and I love going out to look for nature in the trees. Speaking of that, at some point you'll notice that as you look at the lens, it looks like there's sort of a flashlight thing pointing at whatever you're looking at. It's kind of a weird sensation.
My first instinct was to move closer and aim it down at my feet and sure enough it got brighter and I could swear there was a flashlight just shooting out the front, but then as I moved the unit off to the side and just looked down at where it was aiming there was no darn light. Then I looked at the front of the unit and there was no light (except for a little red light you'll notice). It's kind of freaky but I guess that's what the infrared looks like through the lens. It is actually lighting up what it aims at. But you can't see it. Unless you look through the lens of course. It's just super cool.
Unfortunately, at this point I had to let my wife play with it for a while.
When I got it back I realized that I had totally forgotten that this thing is also a camera and video camera.
I checked it out. Not bad at all ! It actually works too! Amazing! Full functionality of everything that the ad promised ! It even came with a huge memory card!
I'm not a photography expert but I definitely do appreciate good clear crisp pictures. I'm used to the ones from my fancy high end flip flop phone. I haven't spent enough time with this yet to tell you whether or not this is as good as or better than my phone, but with the first few glances I would say it's pretty close. And that's really good, especially considering that this thing was like 1/15th the price of my phone and my phone doesn't see very well in pitch black darkness.
Bottom line… Yes, it does work. Yes it's a blast. Yes I recommend it. Yes you should buy it, Yes... I mean, what could possibly go wrong? That's my highest rating score of 5! Now... if we could just get this thing to surf the net and take phone calls... Oh man... now I have to start waiting again for THAT upgrade! Talk to you again in 10 more years. Good luck, have fun! , and God bless." — Cameron Crafton

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2. CREATIVE XP - Digital Infrared Night Vision Binoculars


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Highlight: Built and tested to withstand intense activities.

Helpful review: "I have been in state-level law enforcement for over thirteen years, including several with a full-time tactical unit. Standard issue green NVG's such as the PVS-14 are commonplace, and their shortcomings are a regular nuisance and subsequent talking point among my coworkers. While this particular unit might not be ready just yet for tactical work, it's an absolute home run for civilian consumers. It has a myriad of strengths that should not be overlooked in any way, and it literally costs SEVERAL THOUSANDS DOLLARS less than the stuff that has soldiers and SWAT cops stepping into potholes on a nightly basis.
PROS:
- First off, the package aspect of the GlassOwl is phenomenal. As mentioned in the description, it comes with a quality case and several thoughtful accessories. Mine came with a very worthwhile referral bonus, which several people immediately took advantage of after seeing my unit.
- Second, the sturdiness and design lend to great dexterity. I'm not going to throw mine against a brick wall or hold it under water anytime soon, but it really does feel like I could without dire consequences. The access panel to the memory card and accessory hookups is fitted in such a way that it seals so as to prevent moisture and debris from getting into sensitive areas. The unit is hefty, and looks and feels like a much more expensive piece of equipment than what it is. Each button is placed under a thick rubber housing that gives a clear response under firm touch, but without an unnecessary audible click or tone.
- Third, the IR illuminator is superior to a $500 name-brand vampire light I have mounted on a weapon.
- Fourth, the image quality and ease of focus. One of the shortcomings of traditional night vision is an absolute reliance on seeing things that are either very close, or very far away. This routinely leads to walking into stuff or stumbling on uneven footing when focused far away, or missing something important when focused close in. The GlassOwl does have a focus feature that will clean the image up, but even when set at the nearest or farthest setting the sacrifice to the opposite isn't nearly as extreme as with older green NVG's.
CONS:
If I have a constructive criticism, it's that the display is pretty bright and cannot be dimmed down, and the design doesn't really lend itself to any sort of head mount. I have heard from Creative XP's fantastic customer service team that they have solutions to both of these in the works.
In summary, it's a fantastic item worth twice what it costs - and offered by a company you will love doing business with. Buy it!" — Sam Hill

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3. GTHUNDER - Infrared Binoculars for Total Darkness


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Highlight: Infrared illuminator allows to view animals or other objects for hours on end without external light.

Helpful review: "Out of the box, with batteries I provided installed, this works really well. I use it for work, so this is definitely something I needed to function at a high level but not break the bank to do so. It is intuitive to use and allows me to do the thing I need most - see in the dark at a distance. I can spot bad guys doing things they shouldn't be doing at a range of several hundred yards away in what they think is complete darkness and safety. I have already used it to excellent effect. Paired with rechargeable batteries, I'll get a ton of mileage out of this.
In terms of what that mileage looks like - I have a specific bar I need and it's different than most. I need to spot the actions a watched person is taking at a distance in very low light as opposed to being able to identify who they are. If I can discern an individual, say, cutting a bike lock in an alley at 300 yards, I don't need to be able to identify them personally as "Mr John Doe 5'10" 175lbs brown hair red sweatshirt blue jeans." But I do need to be able to say "THAT particular dude in that alley just stole a bike."
This works phenomenally for that purpose. The closer they are, the more closely I can come to that John Doe description. The optic zoom works great. The digital not as well so really far distances fall flatter than the mid range. But it's a grand total of 7x zoom.
Things like trees/bushes/foliage will obscure the IR. I don't like that there is not an on-screen indicator of what output level the IR is currently set at. Apparently you just have to cycle through 7 levels plus off for the IR emitter. But recording video and taking a photo are simple. I have not tried it from inside a vehicle (and through the glass of the windshield/windows) but when outdoors it works fantastically.
I can see down alleyways that have surrounding light - meaning there is illumination "noise" around it - in front, behind, to the side, etc. Bright light of course will drown out the night vision but as long as I'm not looking directly at a bright light source, it's really good. I can discern and distinguish objects, animals and people several hundred yards away even on cloudy nights with no starlight or moonlight. Even in pitch black it's good.
The lack of accompanying audio recording is a bummer, but that's typical with these items.
PROS:
- The large yet well-separated rubber buttons on the top of the goggle make operation very easy without looking in the dark. The on-screen menu is simple and straightforward.
- I am delighted with the night vision image quality. Under both photo and video modes, the goggle reveals high-resolution details within at least 50 yards that I tested (that is the range I mainly use it for and concern with). The built-in IR illuminator has a 7-level intensity adjustment. Level 2 provides more than sufficient brightness for observing objects at 50 yards.
- The infrared sensing technology has advanced impressively. Merely a few years ago, the IR illuminator of a night vision goggle at a similar price would cast a visible faint red spot at least ten yards away. Now the IR light source is invisible in the dark unless you look directly at the illuminator. Although remaining stealth is not my top priority, and the nocturnal animals I want to observe cannot see the red color anyway, it is a welcomed improvement.
- The device is robust, light to carry, and weather-resistant enough for regular outdoor activity.
CONS:
- The brightness of the viewing screen is not adjustable. When used in total darkness, the screen is too bright, effectively killing the eye's dark adaptation.
- What I could really use is a better method of carrying the binocs. The case they came in is an average molded-shaped type protector. But that case is not designed for quick deployment nor for anything other than hand carry.
I'll just add that it also comes with a neck strap, but how many uniformed good guys want to walk around tough parts of town with a noose wrapped around their neck? I don't run around with a tactical helmet on to attach this to, either. A belt loop style pouch mount on the back of the case or a molle-capable type web would be a big help." — Greg Brick

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4. HEXEUM - Digital Infrared Binoculars


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Highlight: 7 IR levels are adjustable according to the ambient light.

Helpful review: "I absolutely love these. They are easy to use and are very good. I can see details of objects through the goggles that I’m unable to see with my eyes. Not to mention that it will take photos and videos of objects I cannot see without the goggles. You are able to see things in the sky better also due to the goggles. They work great and are a great value for the money.
I would recommend these for anyone that would like to have some reasonably priced night vision goggles. I do not feel you will be disappointed unless you are looking for military grade night vision which these are not but they exceed what I expected. I would recommend anyone that is wanting to see what is out in the dark. They will be useful this winter when the foxes and other critters are stalking the chickens. I will be able to see them without them seeing you. Good buy!! Two thumbs up.
I just saw some reviews with 1 or 2 stars. I don't know how their product is but I believe some of this may be operator's error by some of the things they said or they may have received a damaged product. Mine works awesome. Again they are not military grade but you will not get that for this price. The price of these exceed the expectations of the performance of the product.
MY NEIGHBOR’S REVIEW:
I've had the Hexeum Night Vision Goggles for several weeks now and do not regret the purchase. It is amazing for the price that you can see this well in the dark. At first I made the mistake of trying to look through my chain link fence around my backyard. That doesn't work at all. I went over it and had an open field almost 500 feet leading up to a tree line. I had no issue seeing with clarity the tree line and all around. Cold weather so no animals were out that I saw. My only complaint is like others have posted is the buttons are black lettering on black buttons. Taking a little while to remember what is what. Some have stated that the screen (very good quality) lights your face so you're no longer invisible to other people. Animals will see you regardless of the screen and I'm not out stalking people so I don't care about that. Build quality feels good so hopefully they will last a long time.
A FEW WORDS FROM A FRIEND:
It takes awhile to figure out the best settings and adjustments to get a good picture, but when set up properly you can see through the darkness fairly well. My only drawback is the distance you can see things at. I would estimate at around 100 to 150 yards. I am spoiled because I have a thermal scope that allows you to see everything that the naked eye could see, just in black and white. Of course this scope cost around $3000. So these night vision goggles at less than $200 are a bargain even if you can not see any great distance. I live in the country and when my dogs bark, it means a critter is somewhere in my backyard. These goggles help me identify what's there if it's not too far away, like over 75 yards away. I can make out that something is there at a greater distance but usually cannot make out what kind of animal it is." — William Griffin

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5. VABSCE - True 4K Night Vision Binoculars


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Highlight: Incredible viewing distance.

Helpful review: "Very high tech night vision goggles can be as expensive as $6,000 dollars. These particular night vision binoculars (under review in this text), I would personally classify as somewhere in the range of mid-grade, and for the price; they are rather excellent. The item can either run on 8 double A batteries (either standard or rechargeable), or a variety of different power banks.
These are actually pretty solid binoculars with excellent (1080p/HD) visuals, requiring a manual focus plus a digital zoom, so rechargeable batteries are going to deplete themselves in an extremely quick fashion. The best bet is to get a 15 to 100 dollars power bank in addition to the binoculars, although you really only need a power bank that's around approximately $30 dollars for the binoculars to go for a long time.
When all is said and done; you may have to spend a grand total of around $230 to $260 dollars on these binoculars if you want a decent $30 dollar power bank, which is a solid deal for mid-grade night vision binoculars. Yes these binoculars operate in the daytime, as mentioned earlier, with excellent visual quality. Yes, you can take both photos and videos, and the binoculars come with a memory chip. If you operate the binoculars on the 8 double A batteries, they have a set viewing range and the IR (infra red) night vision quality only enhances to IR5. The higher the IR, the better the night vision quality.
With an extremely cheap power bank (around $17 bucks or so) you can enhance the viewing range, and the IR goes up to 7; although I would recommend a $30 dollar power bank, as they are OUTSTANDING for the price, and will let the binoculars go for a long time.
Some very cheap night vision binoculars may require a little bit of ambient light next to the goggles in order to see clearly in night vision mode, whereas these binoculars operate ABSOLUTELY FLAWLESSLY in 100% pitch black darkness, and the night vision effect is GREY; not green like you'd see in some military video games.
Don't let the "experts" fool you into thinking mid-grade night vision binoculars like this are bad, because for the price; they are very solid (if you buy a cheap power bank, that of which is not included). Rechargeable double A batteries may be good as a backup, but you could potentially spend 40 plus dollars on the batteries and a charger, and for the price, you might as well just have 2 or 3 decent grade power banks, to be honest. I originally tested these binoculars with a regular set of double A batteries (non-rechargeable) and burned through them in something like less than a day or two.
Again, If you get a mid-grade $30 dollar power bank with these, you are good to go, and these are actually very solid night vision binoculars for the price. Don't expect seven thousand dollar military grade night vision goggles for two hundred and something dollars.
MY NEIGHBOR’S REVIEW:
The VABSCE Night vision binoculars are a great value. When buying these you need to keep your expectations in check. They will not out perform or match the performance of actual night vision that can be had from a PVS-14 but they are also 1/20th the price of actual night vision. What you get for that price is a well built device with a 4k resolution screen and a decent IR emitter. The low light performance is good, at about 100 yards and beyond you can easily make out objects and people when compared to the naked eye. Where this device has a leg up on actual night vision is the ability to record and the ability to distinguish colors at night, which can be a huge benefit depending on your use case. The future of night vision is digital and if you want to dip your toe in without spending a ton of money this is a great starting point.
A FEW WORDS FROM A FRIEND:
My ex-military son and his wife bought very expensive ($3K) night-vision goggles and got my husband hooked on looking at the stars. I was worried that anything less would be a disappointment when I surprised him for his birthday. He loves them! He even said he wouldn't even want a more expensive pair after seeing these. The photo and video feature is fantastic." — Renee Scott

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6. VtiISAMAO - Rechargeable Night Vision Goggles


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Highlight: High-sensitivity CMOS Sensor achieves 4K Full HD video resolution and 36 million pixels photos.

Helpful review: "I enjoyed how the unit allows you to see in color quite well at night despite having a night vision ability when the infrared is enabled! Photo and video recording both work very well and good playback ability. There is no sound recording but that's due to being able to record sound from an object despite being very far away and using the zoom functionality. Zoom is quite good as well even though there might be other products with more powerful zoom this one is quite sufficient at 5x zoom. Offers the ability to save to a micro SD card and does come with a 32 GB card. This was my first night vision binocular unit and it's a great starter. Again there might be much more powerful ones out there and a better quality but as a starter this one's perfect! It does feel a little lightweight and feel so much fragile in my opinion, but fortunately this comes with a neck lanyard which is a very good thing to have! Overall I recommend it!
MY NEIGHBOR’S REVIEW:
Tested during the day and had a nice clear picture. Tested at night and it is amazing how the IR shows what is out there. I have hills and woods so I couldn't get a sense of the reach they are capable of. You do have to tweak the focus to capture a good picture. I took it down in the basement with no lights on and took pictures. Reviewed the pictures and I could easily read paint can labels. You will have to accustom yourself to the controls for nighttime use. One tip, the IR doesn't go off when you power off the goggles. Just hit the power button again and the IR turns off.
A FEW WORDS FROM A FRIEND:
I got the night vision goggles for my husband for Christmas. He was so excited to get them. He can hardly wait for camping next summer and hunting!! He brought them down by the river the other night when it was pitch black out, and he said he was amazed by the clarity and how far he could see. The pictures were amazing and so clear! My brother recommended it and I’m so glad I bought it! I think next year my son in law is getting one! And what about me? I have had a chance to take them out in the field for the season a few times so far and they have exceeded my expectations, they work perfectly. The price for the quality is amazing. They are extremely lightweight. My only complaint is that I wish they had a little more range. It took me some time to figure out and learn all of the functions, but that is to be expected with a new product. I highly recommend it." — Edith Gaspar

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7. Anyork - Night Vision Goggles for Hunting


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Highlight: Viewing distance of up to 656ft/200m in 100% darkness.

Helpful review: "My career is as an artist (oil painter), but that has come with the need to be a camera guy of sorts. As you have to be able to share your work. I've used the big three brands, and a few others, for around 25 years now. So I am very comfortable with cameras. I got this night vision camera (the binocular term really only applies to the outward design, as there is only one lens (if you are not familiar with IR gear, and/or this may be your first) as the other "lens" is your on-board IR torch light. So..with that in mind...
I got this to deal with a pest issue in my detached garage that local big name pest control has thus far been unable to correct...and on my first night of testing, I thought "self...you're an astronomy buff and night watcher...turn this lens to the sky to see how good it is"...because if you know the field of photography as pertains to night video...you know how difficult it can be. I was blown away at how well this little affordable camera works.
So much so, I ordered a second just so I could do something I almost never do...which is make a full review of this product. I have tried multiple settings and use-cases...and at the price point, this is a pretty unbeatable value. Yes, there are some drawbacks, but again, at the price point, not enough to prevent most people from owning one of these, unless you have very specific use case needs. I highly recommend adding one of these to your gear bags, home safety kits, or just to have for the fun of it. Great value, and I highly recommend it.
Things to know… there is no magnifying function, so the manual focus can be finicky, and you will sometimes miss your shot if in close range and don't have much time to focus. But, I have found that this situation rarely occurs under most conditions you might use one of these.
The screen is super bright even on low, if using at night as intended. So be warned...don't spend much time looking at the screen or you will impair your own night vision with your eyes for a good ten minutes. That said, I can't think of a reason not to get these for the enthusiast… This is an approachable price, and the image quality has been great. So...my take: get one. seriously. great value.
A FEW WORDS FROM A NEIGHBOR:
The night vision image was nice and crisp for the little bit of testing I tried it on... but... this isn't something you can take out into the woods and get good views of the wildlife in low light situations for 2 major reasons. One the zoom is very limited. You're going to have to get pretty close to get an image like they advertised. Two, the display screen is so bright! You will disturb the wildlife around you, not to mention you will destroy your natural night vision. I don't understand why night vision binoculars wouldn't have an option to turn the display screen light way down. I checked the menu and found a low, medium and high setting for the display that had zero difference between low and high. They are worthless to me. I'm returning them." — Norma Benson

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8. Profey - Hunting Night Vision Binoculars


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Highlight: Kit includes a portable case, night vision goggles, neck strap, 32GB TF card, data cable, charging cable, user manual.

Helpful review: "If you’re looking for night vision binoculars for the kids, this is a great solution. When I started researching goggles intended for hunting, they turned out to be much higher in price than something I intended as a present for an 8 year-old, but then I found these night vision goggles from Profey about a quarter of the price, and the choice was clear.
Its specs, which include a 3-inch, 4K digital infrared screen with multiple brightness levels, optical zoom (2x) and digital zoom (5x) with high-quality images are comparable to the high-end models. It works great in both low-light and night time environments, delivering excellent images and video that you can store on a micro SD card (which is included). If you plan to take a lot of photos or videos, you can easily upgrade from the 32GB storage card to a 128GB version. Note that if you want to transfer any of the images or video to your computer, you’ll need to get a micro SD adapter to plug it in (they’re readily available, and inexpensive, on Amazon).
It’s well designed, and very sturdy — certainly not a toy but, rather, an instrument you can feel comfortable giving to your middle-schooler while still having confidence it will remain in one piece. And its rechargeable battery means you can get hours of use. It’s been great for the kids to view the wide variety of animals outside at night and, as it turns out, also for spy games and superhero play. And, somewhat unexpected, my mom thinks it’s so cool that she wants one for herself, so I’ll probably be ordering another as a gift for her. I give five stars to this excellent product!
MY NEIGHBOR’S REVIEW:
I have been using these goggles for almost a month. For the price, I think they are a great buy. The night vision work really well, as you can see in the attic picture in complete darkness. I plan to take this unit with me next month when I go hunting. It will make looking for deer in the early dawn easier. The zoom feature really helps you get close to the subject. Overall, I'm glad I purchased these goggles.
A FEW WORDS FROM A FRIEND:
These work and perform flawlessly. As an avid outdoorsman, and the reason why I didn’t give 4 stars, is because they do not have a zooming capability. As far as clarity, I couldn’t believe the performance of these binoculars. It’s hard to recognize the IR illuminating spectrum from the 1st setting to the 7th. The first setting is color without infrared so it is actually the second setting to the seventh. For the money, this is probably the best well spent I have ever purchased. These are not going to be for the hunter per se, but definitely could be used in recovery, emergency, locating services without any questions asked. Good job on this device at a great entry price for the consumer. This type of device is why I look at the seller for future products and current." — Joe Moss

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