Staring at a solar eclipse is the equivalent of staring at the sun when it isn't covered, so the Meade EclipseView Binoculars are designed to offer users a way to enjoy the wonder without having to worry about their eyes.
The binoculars feature a removable white light filter that works to make it safe for users to view solar eclipses or sunspots at other times of the year. This makes it possible to use the binoculars like a traditional set without the filters to use them at all times of the year to ensure they're always useful to have around.
The Meade EclipseView Binoculars offer up to 10x magnification and are ideal for viewing the upcoming total solar eclipse that's taking place on August 21, 2017.
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The Meade EclipseView Binoculars Let You Safely Stare at the Sun
- By: Michael HemsworthJun 2, 2017