The SVBONY SV206 binoc­u­lars are ide­al for use in harsh envi­ron­ments thanks to water resis­tance and a rub­ber­ized hous­ing that will pro­tect the device from impacts. The design of the binoc­u­lars is designed in such a way that it will be con­ve­nient to use even for peo­ple who wear glass­es. Thanks to the nitro­gen fill­ing, the lens­es of the binoc­u­lars do not fog up. Opti­cal mag­ni­fi­ca­tion 9.6 times.


  • Char­ac­ter­is­tics
  • Pack­ag­ing and equip­ment
  • Appear­ance
  • Usage
  • Out­come


  • Eye­piece diam­e­ter: 23mm
  • Lens Diam­e­ter: 53mm
  • Opti­cal zoom: 9.6 times
  • Lens­es with mul­ti­lay­er FMC coat­ing of opti­cal sur­faces
  • Prism: Por­ro BaK 4
  • Focus Sys­tem: Cen­ter­ing
  • Exit pupil diam­e­ter: 5.52mm
  • Twi­light num­ber: 16.1–17.9
  • Lin­ear field of view at 1000 m: 131 m
  • View­ing angle: 7.5⁰
  • Extend­ed ocu­lar point: 20.4 mm
  • Inter­pupil­lary dis­tance: 60–70mm
  • Min­i­mum Focus Dis­tance: 6m
  • Diopter com­pen­sa­tion: ±4D
  • Hous­ing: rub­ber­ized and water­proof (IPX7)
  • Con­nec­tor UNC 1/4–20
  • Nitro­gen fill­ing: yes
  • Weight: 0.992 kg

Packaging and equipment

The binoc­u­lars are deliv­ered in a card­board box, inside of which is a bag for car­ry­ing and stor­ing the binoc­u­lars. The bag is quite large, the binoc­u­lars fit there with­out any prob­lems. For ease of car­ry­ing, the bag has an adjustable shoul­der strap.

In addi­tion to the bag, in addi­tion to the binoc­u­lars, a strap is sup­plied to car­ry the binoc­u­lars around the neck. The strap is rub­ber­ized on one side. There is a length adjust­ment.

Rub­ber plugs are used to pro­tect the eye­pieces.


The weight of the device is slight­ly less than a kilo­gram. The coat­ing is of high qual­i­ty, should reli­ably pro­tect against dam­age and water.

On the top there are eye­lets for attach­ing a belt.

The dis­tance between the pupils is adjust­ed by bend­ing the parts of the binoc­u­lars ver­ti­cal­ly. For ease of use, there is a scale.

It is rec­om­mend­ed to adjust the focus accord­ing to the instruc­tions: close the right eye and turn the cen­tral knob to adjust the focus so that the image becomes clear. When the image is clear­ly vis­i­ble, you need to close your left eye and look only with your right. Adjust the clar­i­ty of the image with the rotary mech­a­nism, which is locat­ed on the right eye­piece.

For fans of tak­ing pho­tos with binoc­u­lars, there is a UNC 1/4–20 con­nec­tor for attach­ing binoc­u­lars to a tri­pod. He is under cov­er.


Shoot­ing through binoc­u­lars was not as easy as it seemed when read­ing the reviews of col­leagues. Nei­ther the phone nor the 50mm lens want­ed to focus, the whale lens 18–55 saved it. The first goal is not far, lit­er­al­ly a neigh­bor­ing yard. In the pho­to, the image seems blur­ry, but these are the con­se­quences of using cheap equip­ment. Every­thing is clear­ly vis­i­ble to the eye.

The dis­tance to the sec­ond tar­get is much greater and only small build­ings are vis­i­ble with­out binoc­u­lars. But every­thing changes when you pick up the SVBONY SV206.


Binoc­u­lars SVBONY SV206 left a pos­i­tive impres­sion of myself. Excel­lent ergonom­ics, it fits per­fect­ly in the hand, thanks to the soft touch coat­ing it does not slip out of the hands. The pack­age allows you to take binoc­u­lars with you to nature, it will be use­ful for hunters and lovers of hik­ing. The design of the binoc­u­lars allows it to be used by peo­ple who wear glass­es. Focus adjust­ment is quick and easy, even a child can han­dle it. You can find out the price by click­ing on the link.