Brunton Echo Pocket Scope

7 times Magnification x 18mm Objective Lens Diameter
Weighs 50g
Code: OC3392
  • £26.99
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Brunton's Echo Pocket Scope is about light weight, at only 50 grams it delivers 7 times magnification, which is ideal for scouting the route ahead.

Brunton says: Building-on and perfecting past Brunton innovations like tool-free declination and  the revolutionary Eclipse `circle over circle` alignment system the BRUNTON O.S.S. series  compass looks clean and sharp despite being feature-rich. Modern polymers and tireless engineering combine to make this a lifelong backcountry companion.  

The weight of Brunton's Echo Pocket Scope is getting silly, at just 50grams it delivers clear 7 times magnification of distant objects. Useful for scouting the path ahead or spotting others in the distance.

- Reviewed by Ultralight Outdoor Gear

  • BaK-4 prism glass
  • Multi-coated
  • Includes: lanyard and case
  • Limited lifetime warranty


WARRANTY | Brunton products come with a 'U Proof Promise'; no matter wherever, whenever or however you use a Brunton product, if it breaks, Brunton will replace it. For more information see Brunton website.


  • Power: 7X
  • Objective diameter: 18mm
  • Eye relief: 12mm
  • Exit pupil: 2.6mm
  • Field of view: 181 ft @ 1,000 yds
  • Polymer frame
  • Weight: 1.8 oz
  • Close focus : 1.1 ft
  • Limited lifetime warranty
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Review Summary - 3 out of 5 based on 1 rating.
October 7, 2018 | Felix Little
it's not that it sucks...

It does feel a bit useless - what do you want it for? The focus can be a bit off, with a slight double image or colour bleed on the edges of what you're trying to look at - and it doesn't actually see that much further - say you're looking at a sign 20m away and can't make it out, it'll help but won't be crystal clear - you want to see that bird flying about? Good luck keeping track of it, adjusting the focus and you probably won't be able to make it out that much better than your eyes anyway given the double edge effect of the lens, plus you'll give yourself a headache straining your eye. It wobbles a fair bit even when leaning on a perch, but that's to be expected. It's fun for zooming in on things in your surroundings, I use it as a longer distance magnifying glass to look at beetles, moths, plants, mushrooms and the occasional bird. If you've got cash to burn then why not, but I'd recommend putting the cost towards either some decent binoculars or a nice magnifying glass, this sits awkwardly somewhere in the middle and as much as I try and enjoy it find myself wanting just a touch more every time, either in zoom or clarity. It is tiny though. Another thing I don't like is the texture of it, it is soft rubber and attracts dirt that sticks, cleaning it in hot water does the job but most things won't simply wipe off - and cleaning the lens is a bit irritating but I'm just nit picking now. It's less than £30 and weighs hardly anything, you can't expect too much.

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