binoculars


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
  • noun

Synonyms for binoculars

an optical instrument designed for simultaneous use by both eyes

References in periodicals archive ?
The binoculars feature rubber armor protection for a firm grip with or without gloves.
Therefore, binoculars and scopes with large exit pupils may not help the older shooter.
Police have released CCTV footage of a man police would like to speak to after a pair of binoculars worth PS1,620 were stolen on Sunday.
Regardless of your Northern or Southern heritage, you just might let out a rebel yell when the cashier tells you the 10x42 Rebel binoculars you are buying from Redfield will cost less than $200.
Additionally, it enables its users to enjoy the advantages of the visibility provided by binoculars without the extra bulk and cost of a conventional version of the product.
The DEV-50V model is the second generation of binoculars from Sony, delivering an improved and unparalleled experience.
It was the perfect binocular for treestand hunting, a throwback to the days of low-power, super-bright binoculars.
Of course it is necessary to realise the limitations of binoculars.
Those are the times when you're reminded why good binoculars can make such a difference in hunting.
Binoculars show a large sparse star cluster, much like NGC 1647.
It's unbelievable to me, but each year in bowhunting camps across North America I meet hunters who go afield without binoculars.
This key was for the box on the bridge and these binoculars should have been used by the officers such as Captain Smith and First Officer William Murdoch.
A good pair of binoculars and a good spotting scope will give many rewarding moments.
The Butler Creek Deluxe Binocular Harness features a broad, padded section that distributes the weight of the binoculars more evenly across your back.
Even in this modern age of astronomical observatories and Hubble Space Telescopes, there is a great deal of pleasure to be taken from simply observing the ever changing night sky through the various seasons of the year with a simple pair of binoculars.