ECLIPSE PRODUCTSSUNocularsMINISUNOCULARS (MINI) RED
The Lunt 6 x 30 White Light SUNoculars (mini)..
Perfect for kids 13 yrs+ ADULT SUPERVISION RECOMMENDED!
Truly a pocket sized instrument that you can use to view and safely observe all partial phases of a Solar Eclipse.
Ultra-compact, Lunt SUNoculars-mini have front mounted filters making Solar observation 100% safe.
These front filters are manufactured from CE certified film to ensure the highest level of viewing quality.
The light of the Sun is reduced to a comfortable 1×10-5% transmission and all ultra-violet and infrared components are completely and safely blocked. The Sun will appear as a pleasant orange color.
Lunt SUNoculars-mini are manufactured to the same standards of safety typical to the entire family of Lunt Solar products – the premier manufacturer of Solar telescopes and filters.
- Additional information
SUNocular-mini’s have individual eyepiece adjustment designed by Lunt Solar which allows for the maintaining of collimation while focusing.
IPD adjustment does not effect collimation.
Filter Type: Internal Dye Filter (non coated. pinhole free) CE certified.
Prism Type: None
Objective Aperture: 30mm
IPD Adjust: 56-71mm
Eye Relief: ~ 9.0mm
Focus Type: Individual Eyepiece
Tripod Socket: None
Color: Yellow, Red, Blue – Red IN-stock (pre-orders being taken for Blue & Yellow)
Weight: <10 ozs
Ages: 13+ (parental supervision recommended)
What’s in the Blister Pack:
1 year Warranty
WARNING: NEVER LOOK AT THE SUN WITHOUT SPECIAL EYE PROTECTION.
DO NOT USED IF DAMAGED. Using damaged Solar products can result in severe eye injury.
5 reviews for SUNOCULARS (MINI) RED
April 8, 2017 at 7:59 pm
just what I had hoped! The 6x magnification is just right. It fills about half of the field of view. Eclipse here I come!
August 21, 2017 at 10:12 pm
Okay…just used these to watch the eclipse in my area. They worked great! I do have a question about a tinge of hot pink and green that I saw around the edges of the sun as the moon partially covered the sun’s surface. Were these normal for the event? Or was it the lenses doing their job? Don’t know. But I’m so glad I bought these instead of more expensive, paper products that ‘might’ not have been safe given the recall for those sold on Amazon. I did research these glasses before I ever put them to my eyes and found no organizations badly reviewing them. In fact, I couldn’t find anyone saying anything bad at all. I believe I did see them ‘okayed’ by some highly touted agencies. At any rate, I saw everything I wanted to see…much more than I expected. Very happy with the purchase because now I have some glasses to continue viewing the sun. Again…these were far less expensive than the paper glasses sold; I’ll bet they’ll last a whole lot longer. I even believe I saw a few sunspots.
August 23, 2017 at 9:15 pm
Used this during the eclipse. Stunningly good. The only catch is that it is, ironically, hard to find the sun! Practice a couple times first. The one piece of advice I’d give is that it’s higher than you think.
October 24, 2017 at 8:37 am
holy moly, saw the eclipse perfectly (yes, only works looking at the sun because it needs that kind of light intensity to get through the strong filters) because its a small magnification and small aperture, it could take some practice and steady hands to find the sun. Don’t give up, its worth it.
December 9, 2017 at 2:29 pm
So much more detail than with just “glasses” or a filter. Sun spot crisp and clear to observe. (Takes a minutes to get used to and “finding the sun” in the sky, don’t get impatient!)