Mahauk Go-Focus 10×25 Binoculars Review-Are They Really Worth It!
The problem with most binoculars is that they may not be practical for all situations. They’re too heavy, too large, or need constant adjustment to stay focus.
The Mahauk Go focus 10×25 binoculars claim to be solving all these problems so that you won’t miss a live moment.
Here we review the popular Mahauk Go Focus 10×25 binocular
We recommend you take a look at the characteristics, quality, and price of the binoculars to get a better experience.
The binoculars can appeal to an entry-level buyer as fixed focus autofocus binoculars are a bit easier to make and a bit cheaper than the dearer Nikon’s and vortex.
We think that if you are interested in buying these binoculars, below is a worthwhile and informative read.
Let’s come to details and see how they perform on various parameters
Body & Design-Mahauk Go focus 10×25 Binoculars Review
The binocular’s skin is made of thick ergonomic durable rubber and provides shock absorption safety for any unforeseen accidents or drops. The outer protective skin is also anti-slip.
Mahauk’s Go-Focus Binoculars come fitted with BAK-4 Lens’s as used in larger high-end binoculars which is impressive
The binoculars are IP63 rating. However, They’re not designed to protect against immersion in water under pressure.
- THE ULTIMATE BINOCULAR PACKAGE - Complete with a handy neck strap, gorgeous carry case and fully adjustable so your kids...
- PIONEERING AUTO FOCUS TECHNOLOGY - We relentlessly push the boundaries of vision technology. And so, we have integrated...
- ULTRA-CLEAR & CRISP VISION - What sets our auto focus binoculars apart is the ultra-sharp optics and vision they...
Where Are Mahuak Go Focus Binoculars Made :
The Mahauk Go-Focus binoculars are Trademarked in the US and manufactured at their facility in China
Features-Mahauk Go Focus 10×25 Binoculars
- Wide working range of 20m-1000m, (not suitable for use under 20m)
- objective lens dia 25mm
- 10x Magnification
- Lightweight (235g)
- Small (95 x 115 x 50mm)
For Whom Binoculars are For
These binoculars are a good companion for bird watching, hunting, and safaris, so you can observe the natural world in exquisite detail.
Also, they are good for whale watching, watching Races, Boating where objects move pretty quickly.
I would advise you to use these as beginner binoculars or If you are gifting the first pair of binoculars to your inquisitive child.
Their lenses are constructed from BAK4, which is considered the best type of prism material. This material has a high refractive index and a lower critical angle than other materials, which means it transmits light better with greater efficiency. The image Resulting is superior and of high quality.
The crystal clear viewing experience can be compared to some high-quality binoculars dearer binoculars which is really impressive.
These glasses are well worth the price. They are lightweight and have a very clear field of vision.
The fixed focus is perfect for quick peeks at things of interest as well as wildlife and surveying the scenery. On other binoculars, I would have missed things whilst trying to focus on birds and animals.
The autofocusing technology is mechanically driven so in fact an electrical power source is not necessary.
Interestingly, Traditional binoculars must be manually adjusted to stay in focus as the target object distance changes, these binoculars do not require any adjustment to remain in perfect focus.
Comments By A Friend Worth Mentioning
As with all “auto-focus” binoculars (also called permanently focused binoculars and constant focus binoculars), they’re best at particular distances and for me, this appeared to be around 10m to 20mts in good focus and pretty decent over 20m.
This might be just what you’re looking for but without the manual focus, some things aren’t as sharp as they would be if you can control the focus itself.
They are decent and good for the price although you should be aware that fixed-focus binoculars won’t give you the pin-sharp focus at all distances.
If you’re using them for a longer period of time or need more detail then these might not be for you but for limited use then they might just work at that price-point.
Inclusions- Mahauk Go focus 10×25 Binoculars Review
- Neck Strap
- Carry Case
- Cleaning Cloth
- Compact, portable and 100% waterproof.
- Auto focus technology
- Fits easy into palm of the hands & pockets
- Waterproof & Shockproof
- No Fog-proofing
- Strap Quality Could be better.
When you are ready for a premium binocular set, and If you want to know what looks good in a small pair of lightweight binoculars for bird watching, hiking, or backpacking, take a closer look at the Zeiss 8×25 Terra-Ed Compact Pocket Binoculars.
As another alternative, the Bushnell Spectator Sports binoculars are great for those who enjoy sporting events, but constant focus adjustment can cause you to miss a few key moments in the game with the Bushnells.
Another binocular that can compete is the Bushnell Waterproof Spectator Sport Binocular, 8x25mm. Obviously they are dearer as they are from the premium Bushnell
Conclusion-Mahauk Go focus 10×25 Binoculars Review
The Mahauk Go Focus binoculars are lightweight, portable, and have an affordable price.
With Mahauk’s latest autofocus technology and 10x magnification, they are the best self-focus binoculars at this price point.
The autofocus function provides constant free focus HD viewing quality and at a price 3 times cheaper than other autofocus binoculars I looked at.
However, these binoculars can be a bummer for people wearing eyeglasses. Clarity is good but not as good as more expensive binoculars. Let me be very clear that in binoculars you get what you pay for.
Also, They are suitable for small (not very small) to medium distance viewing, However, they tend to be less popular for large range use like open areas or marine purposes.
If you hate to adjust the focus when your subject distance changes every moment then these autofocus binoculars could be a good choice.
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Last update on 2021-10-22