Hike binoculars by DDoptics
If you need binoculars for hiking, you should pay attention to the following things:
Weight: Make sure the binoculars are light enough to be comfortable to take with you on hikes. Hiking binoculars that are too heavy can quickly prove to be a burden.
Size: Compact binoculars are practical and easy to carry when hiking. However, your new hike binoculars should be large enough to provide adequate image quality.
Magnification: A magnification of 8x to 10x is usually sufficient when hiking to view animals or landscapes of a reasonable size.
Lens diameter: A larger lens diameter means more light and better image quality. A lens diameter of 30 mm to 40 mm is usually sufficient for hikes.
Ruggedness: A strong and durable pair of binoculars is important when hiking as they may be exposed to harsh conditions.
Waterproof: Waterproof hiking binoculars are ideal for hiking as they protect against rain, snow and moisture. (DDoptics binoculars are basically all waterproof and filled with nitrogen)
Price: Quality binoculars can be pricey, but it's worth investing in quality binoculars that are durable and perform well. However, you should also keep a budget in mind and choose binoculars that fit your budget.
DDoptics offers hike binoculars in different price ranges, which, however, have to meet all minimum requirements such as robustness and water resistance.
By considering these factors, you can choose binoculars that suit your hiking needs and give you a great experience in nature.
Height & Weight
Hike binoculars shouldn't weigh much more than 600 g and shouldn't be too big to fit in a backpack. We therefore recommend a lens diameter of 33 to 42 mm that is not too large and a wide carrying strap for comfortable carrying and a relaxed neck.
We recommend a magnification of 8x to a maximum of 10x. As the magnification increases, the field of view decreases and it becomes more difficult to hold the binoculars steady. However, binoculars with 10x magnification are better for animal observation.
Robust & waterproof
In bad weather you need waterproof binoculars with non-slip armor, which also protects against accidental impacts. Hiking binoculars should be filled with nitrogen or argon to prevent the lenses from fogging up inside.
Ultralight hike binoculars
The Ultralights are the ideal companion for all hiking tours. The binoculars are waterproof and robust as well as light, small and yet powerful. They are made of shatterproof polycarbonate and are filled with nitrogen.
High definition HDs hiking binoculars
The HDs hiking binoculars offer you excellent quality in high definition. The high-point eyepieces ensure generous fields of view that are pin-sharp right to the edge. Thanks to the Schmidt-Pechan prism systems, the optics are small, light and compact. The perfect binoculars for bright colors and brightness.
Kolibri binoculars for hiking & outdoors
These binoculars impress with their bright, high-contrast and reflection-free image reproduction as well as their low weight. With these properties, it is ideal for nature lovers, hikers and animal watchers. Switching from very close, small insects to standing game at the edge of the forest is child's play and provides an overwhelming viewing experience thanks to the optical quality, sharp detail and brilliance.
Brilliant & lightweight EDX Fieldstar binoculars
The EDX Fieldstar hiking binoculars produce a detailed image with maximum resolution without edge blur and fit into even the smallest pocket. At just 460 g, the binoculars are ideal for hiking and impress with their razor-sharp contours.