• Avalon 20×50 Outpost Binoculars
  • Avalon 20×50 Outpost Binoculars

Avalon 20×50 Outpost Binoculars

5 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
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$315 $165

Easily cover the distance with Avalon's most powerful binoculars yet! The Avalon 20×50 Outpost binoculars allow you to see your subjects in more detail and from longer distances. Their BAK-7 lenses and multicoated optics provide clear sharp views even when used in low light. The design features full sized 50 mm objective lenses for enhanced light intake and brighter images. A central focusing wheel allows you to quickly and easily adjust the magnification. A remarkable 20x optical zoom makes the Avalon 20×50 Outpost binoculars ideal for getting a closer look from up to 30Km away. Order your pair today and see the difference.


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In Stock.  Free Delivery (Australia / NZ).  Delivery Time: 2-4 Days


Additional Information

Avalon Optics Model




Objective Lens Diameter

50 mm

Exit Pupil

2.3 mm

Eye Relief

7.2 mm

Prism Type

BAK-7, Porro

Lens Coating






Nitrogen Filled


Closest Focusing Distance

12 m

Field of View

168 ft / 1000 yards

Angle of View



185 x 164 x 175 mm


820 grams

2 reviews for Avalon 20×50 Outpost Binoculars

  1. 5 out of 5


    The Avalon 20×50 binoculars arrived safely and promptly. My husband couldn’t wait to get his hands on them and I have had trouble prising them out of his grip ever since, especially on our daily trips to the beach where he can now watch boats, birds, and surfers to his hearts content. It took him a couple of days to get used to the amazing magnification and the sensitivity of the binoculars but he assures me he has mastered it now. Many thanks for the prompt efficient service and of course the great product.

  2. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    They arrived in pristine condition and are working very well. The high magnification makes it ideal for looking at distant objects, plus the nigh sky from a dark location. Best to use a tripod for this. Ideal for curious people like me.

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