Binocular Tripod Adapter

Binocular Tripod Adapter

SKU
400
Binocular Tripod Adapter is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 36.
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MSRP $24.99
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Overview

Will you be glassing or watching wildlife for long hours? Simply use the Vortex tripod adapter to lift the weight of binoculars off your arms and onto the steady support of a tripod. Using a rock-steady tripod mount will allow you to spot small details you'd otherwise miss. Quick and easy attachment.

1/4 inch threading at the top attaches to any tripod-adaptable binoculars.

1/4 inch x 20 standard threading on the base fits directly onto most any tripod and car window mounts.

Reviews

Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible Bought a pair of Diamondback binoculars which I love and then bought this tripod adapter that I actually hate! How can a company that puts out such great optics and I have two rifle scopes as well make an adapter for their optics that don't work? I may as well have taken the money and burned it. First it doesn't even get close to tightening to the bino's, and then when it's as tight as you can get it the binos just sways side to side on the tripod. How did the design of this get through production? I know it's only twenty-five dollars, but now I have to return it, now I have to go buy something else and search for it, just so disappointed after I had to wait three weeks to get it.
Date published: 2019-12-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Must use accessory I bought this tripod adapter for a pair of Diamondback 10x50 binoculars. It can be a little difficult to install as other reviewers have mentioned, but it is definitely worth the effort. Mounting the binoculars to a tripod really increases the amount of time that you can spend glassing and by removing the shake caused by your hands, it really helps to make the picture appear even sharper. I used the tripod mount in a long range shooting competition in New Mexico and having it mounted steady not only reduced the fatigue from holding it to spot for other shooters, but made it possible to see the bullet trace on a number of the shots. I would definitely recommend a tripod mount if you are spending time glassing from a stationary position.
Date published: 2018-03-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Good idea, bad execution Just bought this mount and a pair of diamondback HD 10x50. Got home and tried to mount them to a tripod. First problem is it’s a super tight fit for your fingers to try and tighten the screw down. When it got too tight for me to move I noticed the next issue. It never actually gets tight against the binoculars. The binos just sit there and rock side-to-side on the mount. My first thought was “no way.” I mean how can a company that makes optics not figure out a mount. So I tried to tighten it with a pair of pliers. Gave it a quarter turn more and didn’t want to go any further for fear of breaking something. I scratched up the tripod adapter in the process so now I don’t know what to do. Hopefully Cabelas has another option and will accept a return.
Date published: 2020-05-11
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