These do not have focus adjustment. I wear glasses and have different vision in each eye. Do I need to wear my glass to use them?
Yes you need to wear your glass,they will adjust . Best I've ever used love them!!
STEPHEN R. H
The binoculars are fixed-focus for people with 20/20 vision, or vision corrected to 20/20. My uncorrected nearsighted vision is 20/100 in one eye and 20/200 in the other.
I wear contacts that correct my vision to 20/20, or close to it. My vision is quite sharp with contacts. I can use the binoculars when I wear contacts. The image is acceptable, but not as sharp as I would like. If I try them with uncorrected vision, objects at a distance are blurry, but closer objects are in focus. Seems to me this defeats the purpose of using the binoculars.
To respond to your question, I tried them while wearing my glasses. The binoculars have rubber cups on the eyepieces. They prevent someone wearing glasses from getting close enough to the lenses to get a usable view. They can be folded down, but even then, with my glasses completely up against the lenses, my eyes were still not close enough to the lenses to get a workable image. The image appeared sharp, but the field of view was much smaller than normal. It just didn't work well.
I've used them at a couple sporting events. They do provide a very wide field of view as advertised. My concern with them is that the really distant objects that I want to watch are not sharp enough. Mid-range objects are sharper, so the binoculars are fine for that.
Before buying them, I tried two fixed-focus binoculars from other companies and had the same pretty-good-but-not-completely-sharp vision with them, so maybe my contacts don't correct my vision to the best acuity that is needed for using fixed-focus binoculars.
There are no focus adjustments on these. We use them mainly at football games and love them. They have a great wide angle where we can see the whole play on the field. My husband wears a contact in one eye for distance and no contact in the other eye and he sees fine when he uses them. Hope that helps.
I believe you will have to wear your glasses. These are great short distance, wide angle binoculars for events like golf tournaments, etc., but I do not believe they have individual diopters.
Yes you need to wear your glasses. Justt roll back the eye cups to get closer to the eye piece. Stephen
Auto focus gives the viewer the perfect view regardless of your personal eye prescription. It magnifies what you see wherever you look. They are truly amazing. Stephen