If you live a long distance from us and simply cannot drive in for hands-on testing of this equipment scope out the available products diplayed under "Browse Scopes" on the left side-bar of this page. Ask friends, birders, naturalists, and hunters who use scopes what they prefer and why, and look through some scopes in the field. Then call us toll-free 1-877-326-5193 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a consultation, a quote or details on some of the scopes you have narrowed down your search for. With over 25 years experience providing optical equipment for our customers to enjoy the outdoors we'll be happy to spend time with you and help sort-out the scopes in your price-range and for your particular use.
Swaro's new BTX Occular is in stock; this is a new concept of a binocular viewer hooked up to any of the 3 X series objectives - 65, 85 or 95mm allowing use of your scope for long duration with both eyes therefore giving less eye fatigue. Check out our demo at the store - it's a revolutionary way of viewing enjoyment.
Check out the new ZEISS GAVIA 85mm spotting scope built in an angled version only, and coming in at less than $2,500. which includes a 30 - 60x eyepiece. For all details from our Zeiss webpage go to -https://www.zeiss.com/sports-optics/en_de/nature/spotting-scopes/conquest-gavia.html
ZEISS SALE: Diascope 65mm straight or angled was $3,799. now $2,999.
includes 15-56x eyepiece
KOWA'S top-of-the-line 88mm scopes use pure fluorite crystal to produce images brighter than those attainable by glass. Coupled with a magnesium alloy body to reduce weight and a new 25-60x wide angle zoom eyepiece, many believe the Japanese built Kowas offer the best value in hi-end scopes of any manufacturer. Their big bright 88 and 77mm scopes come in straight or angled versions with a dual focus wheel for quick or fine focus, locking eyepiece and are nitrogen filled to be submersible waterproof. For further weight reduction consider Kowa’s 66 or 60mm scopes. Kowa offers a wide variety of digiscoping accessories that connect your camera solidly to their scopes. (see Accessories our online offerings). Pelee Wings maintains stock of all of Kowa’s scopes and guarantees you the Best Price in Canada.
NEW KOWA COMPACT SCOPES ARE IN STOCK
These superlightweight scopes are receiving rave reviews for lightweight travel and are available in 50mm standard glass & 55mm pure flourite crystal hi-end versions, both straight & angled; the 5Omm comes with a 20-40x zoom eyepiece while the 55mm comes with a 15-45x zoom. All are submersible waterproof.
These original Viper scopes have a finger focus wheel whereas the new scopes have a body focus
VORTEX Spotting Scopes are value leaders in the mid-priced premium grade optics. Their top-of-the-line Razor series are available in a large objective 85mm lens, 65mm mid-sized and lightweight 50mm compact models, all 3 with either a straight or angled eyepiece. Vortex’s amazing No-Fault Lifetime Warranty is the best in the industry. The VORTEX VIPER HD was upgraded for 2018 with higher resolution glass and a bigger 85mm objective lens making it brighter and sharper than the original 80mm version ... all with no price increase! The VORTEX DIAMONDBACK scopes series in standard grade glass offer big savings. All Vortex scopes are submersible waterproof, include a protective cover and zoom eyepiece.
We offer a great variety of mid-priced scopes from NIKON, BUSHNELL, PENTAX and CELESTRON. You’ll like our Discount Pricing on all of the models we stock.
Straight versus Angled View.
This is a very common question put to us so here's some advice. A straight view allows you to get onto your subject quicker with its direct-line-of-site view. For example, you can see the ducks way out on the river with your eyes, then lean over 2 inches to the eyepiece to get onto them quick and easy. Competitive birders prefer straights for this reason. With an angled scope one has to search more through the eyepiece with one's head down to get onto the subject as direct-line-of-site isn't possible. Angled scopes are preferable for various other uses 1) if you're looking up alot, say studying birds' nests in treetops, or astronomy 2) if you're with a group of people of various heights you don't have to move the tripod centre column up and down for various heights 3) angled scopes allow you to keep the tripod centre column slightly lower which is an advantage in windy conditions, giving less shakiness.
Digital Photo Adaptors and rings are now available from all manufacturers to attach digital cameras to their scopes.
We specialize in MANFROTTO Tripods and Heads for scopes, and bring in GITZO Tripods & Heads as special orders. We also stock VANGUARD Tripods.