The name Zeiss really needs no introduction, as pretty much everyone has heard about this company's extensive experience in the area of optics. Over time, the manufacturer has released an absolutely huge number of products, divided into several categories, including here quite a few monoculars, the most impressive such optical devices being the 10x25 BT DesignSelection Monocular, which can help users take a much “closer” look to what's happening at fairly large distances from them.
The magnification level is quite obviously the main selling point of such a product, and this particular monocular is quite OK from this point of view, as it delivers a 10x magnification level. Additionally, the objective diameter is of 25 mm, while the field of view at 1,000 yards is of 285 degrees (quite a wide one, which means that there are little chances of missing anything in front of you).
And since we're on the subject of optics, let's just say that this thing has an infinite adjustment range of 16.4 feet, a +14/-8 dpt focusing range, while its twilight performance landed it a score of 15.81. Last (but not least), it's important to know that the monocular has a 2.5 mm exit pupil and a 6.25 relative geometric brightness.
As the Zeiss 10x25 BT DesignSelection Monocular is quite obviously intended for outdoors use, it is relatively easy to carry around. Thus, it measures 4.6 inches (11 cm) in length, weighs just 87 grams and even comes with its own lanyard, for easier transportation when not in use.
The monocular from Zeiss is not even that expensive, as it can be found at several online retailers for an estimate 300 – 330 US dollars, a rather average price point for a device of this type.