Searching for the best binoculars deals out there can be a worthwhile way to save big and we've spotted the top models that come with top discounts.
The good news is, you'll discover that some of the best binoculars out there are currently on offer. In our guide below, we've tried to include something suitable for everyone, regardless of experience, budget and viewing needs. If astronomy is your priority, it's worth noting that binoculars can offer stunning night sky views at a (usually) lower price-point to the best telescopes, even if you bag one of the top telescope deals available.
If you know exactly what it is you're looking for, or you don't quite find what you're looking for below, it could be worth checking out our manufacturer-specific guides for Bushnell binoculars deals, Nikon binoculars deals, Leica binoculars deals, Zeiss binoculars deals and Vortex binoculars deals.
Below the binoculars deals you'll find below, we've included some handy buying advice, just so you know what to be on the look-out for. Of course, we always recommend doing your research before purchasing anything. When it comes to binoculars, we would say a Bak-4 Porro prims design and multi-coated optics and/or 8x or 10x magnification is a good rule of thumb, so you can view the stars comfortably without your model being too heavy or too powerful. But, for the best binoculars deals on the market today, read on below.
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Today's best binoculars deals
Celestron Nature 12x50 DX ED Binoculars
Was $338.95 Now $220.75 on Adorama.
Save nearly $120 on a pair of binoculars we rate as the best for daytime use. It features some high-end glass and you can check out our review for it but, the before price here seems to have been spiked a little to make it seem like you're saving more than you actually are. The price to pay is still good though.
Celestron SkyMaster Giant 15x70 Binoculars
was $105.99 now $89.99 at Amazon
Get a great low price on these binoculars that we reviewed and we think is the best for moon views. 15x magnifications make far away targets visible while a large aperture and objective lens allow a lot of light in for a clear viewing experience. You can also get the bundle with the Smartphone adapter. Save 15% today.
Note: You can save an extra $10 by applying the coupon. They are also on offer at B&H Photo and video with extra accessories.
Vortex Crossfire HD 10x50 Binoculars
Was $219.99 Now $166.52 on Amazon.
Save 24% on the best mid-range binoculars on the market, in our opinion. It features a 50mm aperture, 10x magnification, roof prisms and fully multi-coated lenses so you get crisp, clear and bright views of your targets. It also features a rubber armor exterior for durability and comfort. Read more in our Vortex Crossfire HD 10x50 review.
Note: Stock is low, so you'll have to act soon if you want to make the most of this deal.
Celestron 20x80 SkyMaster Pro |
was $319.95 now $230.91 on Amazon.
Save nearly $90 on these specialist binoculars, or you can get them at Adorama (the saving is greater but the price you pay is more) which are specifically designed for stargazing. The 80mm apertures allow in plenty of light, which should mean that you’ll get views of distant stars and planets. They’re a little heavy so a tripod is recommended.
Note: You can save a further $30 by applying the coupon.
Nikon Action 12x50 EX binoculars:
was $199.95 now $179 on Amazon.
These excellent stargazing binoculars come with generously sized objective lenses and BaK4 high index prisms, these optics work well in low-light conditions, so they're great for star spotting. Save 10%. In our review, we found these to be the best for reliability.
Note: Stock is low, so you'll have to act quickly to get this deal.
Celestron Outland X 10x42
Was $104.95 Now $79.59 On Amazon.
Save 33% on a quality pair of binoculars that feature multi-coated optics and BaK-4 prisms. They're waterproof and fog proof and come with a rubber armor exterior too. You can grab the 8x42 model for under $100 too.
Note: Save a further $10 by applying the coupon.
Hexeum Night Vision Binoculars
Was $169.98 Now $99.98 On Amazon.
Save 41% on a pair of night vision binoculars, best suited for adults. It features a 3x optical zoom, it's ideal for outdoor activities and has an eight hour run-time with infrared (17hours without).
Note: This is Amazon's lowest ever price but, stock is low so you'll have to act soon.
6x, 7x and lower magnifications
Generally speaking, this section of binoculars is aimed at kids, because of the low magnification, but that's not to dismiss them. There are plenty of options to keep budding stargazers and bird watchers happy that wont tire out little arms with heavy optics. We recommend looking for a minimum of 30mm when it comes to the objective lens but anything above that should still let plenty of light in for clear night sky views.
There are a few pairs we've included in this section: the Celestron Cometron 7x50, which are actually our top pick for kids, alongside the super-rugged National Geographic 6x21 Children's binos and the Vixen SG 2.1x42. This latter pair are designed for wide-field observation and offer an incredible stereoscopic depth. Below, you'll find the best offers on all of these, depending on availability in your area.
Most people will tell you that 10x50 is the ideal magnification to aperture ratio for stargazing binoculars. While this is generally a good rule to follow, we actually think that some of the best binoculars for stargazing fall into the 8x42 category. These are the Celestron TrailSeeker 8x42 binoculars – top in our list of best binoculars overall – which have a wider field of view than 10x50 models and also boast a crisp, clear view of objects.
Also below - depending on availability - you'll see the Opticron Adventurer T WP 8x42, Nikon Prostaff 3S 8x42 and Celestron Nature DX 8x32. All of these models are ideal for kids who are interested in stargazing and would prefer a slightly higher magnification than those found in the models above.
This section is for models with 10x magnifications, and you're likely to find most of the top options for astronomy here. The reason for that is they're powerful enough for you to view night sky targets but compact enough to carry around with ease. If you're looking for a cost effective alternative to a top telescope, this is where you'll find it.
If they're available in your local area, you should see the best prices for the following models below: the Canon 10x42L IS WP and Olympus 10x25 WP II (both excellent for budding young astronomers) along with the Opticron Adventurer II WP 10x50, the Vortex 10x50 Crossfire HD, the Nikon 10x50 Aculon A211 and the Celestron UpClose G2 10x50.
At this size, the binoculars are almost akin to a small portable telescope, as the 12x magnification lets you focus on deep sky objects like the Andromeda Galaxy. You might want to start thinking about using a tripod if you're opting for models in this category, as they're heavier and less compact than their counterparts with lower magnification - so it's much trickier to hold these binoculars steady.
Depending on stock availability, this section is where you'll find the best available prices for the Nikon Action EX 12x50, Celestron Skymaster 12x60 and the Celestron Celestron Nature DX 12x56
At this size, there's no maybe about it: you're going to need a tripod. You'll also probably have to pay out a little more for the higher magnification - but it's well worth it if you're a serious stargazer, as binoculars of this type will reveal everything from the detailed surface of the moon to the brightest deep sky objects.
There's a couple of our favorites below for you to check out, both of which are worth the purchase and you cant go wrong with them. The excellent and highly recommended Celestron SkyMaster 15x70 and the Meade Instruments 15x70 Astro.
The final models in our round-up of binoculars deals offer 25x magnification. It's not quite the same as those offered by the best telescopes around, but it's still very impressive. With this magnification, you'll just about be able perceive Jupiter’s atmospheric belts in the field of view. Check out our Celestron SkyMaster 25x100 review for a more in-depth look.
We've included just the one model in this category below, the Celestron SkyMaster 25x100. These aren't a beginner's model at all, as expected they're big, they also aren't cheap however the optics you get are top-quality and you get crystal clear views of your night sky targets.