I’ve had binoculars since I was a Boy Scout Way back as a teen. I feel like binocular were the go to toy for precocious teens who you didn’t want to get in trouble. They could look at things but from a safe distance.
I love the fact that these binoculars are much more rugged than what I grew up with. They can stand quite a beating and survive longer than my old ones did. The quality is also on a completely different level.
In the time of Coronavirus I feel like the binoculars is a rather interesting gadget as it fits the mentality of social distancing quite well. By nature you are looking at things with an uncle is rather far. To take it to a different level, I added in the element of my mobile phone and found I could take some photos but I found quite interesting.
Overall I think The simplicity of binoculars makes it quite an interesting gift for that young teen. If your kid is stuck at home during quarantine games and out the window it gives them a chance to appreciate the simple things in life. Using the binoculars they can reach out maybe get a different perspective of the world.
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