Anyone who spends a fair amount of time outdoors realizes the importance of owning a great set of binoculars, especially when it comes to enjoying breathtaking sights from afar. But run-of-the-mill models are hampered by their shortcomings. Units are sometimes too cumbersome and bulky to hold for more than a few seconds at a time before needing to be placed on a tripod or other device. Many are built from inferior materials or are susceptible to water damage. Worst of all, devices of old can’t accurately reflect images that were moving and oftentimes won’t function properly in shaky situations, regardless of the size of the disturbance.
Fujinon recognized the need for a pair of binoculars that would provide a level of optical clarity befitting of those who enjoy the great outdoors, while also employing the use of advancements in ergonomics and lens technology to provide a viewing experience that is far superior to other models on the market. The Techno Stabi Series binoculars addresses all the needs of outdoorsmen and combines clarity, comfort, and durability into a product that’s light years ahead of its competitors. Continue reading The Fujinon Techno Stabi Binoculars
We frequently get asked this question by our customers when they are trying to decide between purchasing a binocular and a monocular.
However, there simply isn’t a one size fits all answer to this question as it will really depend on how you are intending to use it and what your personal preference is.
So, what are the key differences between a Binocular and a Monocular?
The most obvious difference between a binocular and a monocular is the way they look and the way they are being used. A binocular typically looks like what you’ll get after combining 2 pieces of monoculars together.
For a monocular, it has only one lens that you can hold up to one eye (you can choose to use your left or right eye based on your personal preference), while a binocular comes with 2 lens which you can hold up to both eyes.
“A monocular is simply half a binocular.” ~ Mr Will ~
The piping infrastructures of industrial plants and marine vessels are necessary to transport important chemicals needed to ensure that machinery operates effectively, but these chemicals can also pose serious danger if pipes rupture or leak. Oils, acids, and steam can cause damage to surrounding equipment, resulting in loss of revenue and productivity due to downtime. More importantly, crew members have suffered from injuries, which in some cases have proven to be fatal.
Industry officials recognized the need for facilities to implement measures in order to reduce and eliminate safety concerns before they even arise. The International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS), which is responsible for ensuring the health and well-being of those individuals that work on marine vessels, has decreed an ordinance known as Chapter Amendment 2-2 , requiring that ships install some measure of protection to keep oils and other dangerously flammable materials from leaking out of pipes. Continue reading Protecting Your Business with Anti-Splashing Tapes (for Ship and Industrial Plants Owners!!)
Even if you’ve never owned any, you’re probably at least somewhat familiar with night vision binoculars. A necessary tool of hunters, mariners, campers, and anybody else that believes the best things in life happen long after the sun has set, they can make visible most objects that would normally be obscured in the presence of darkness. So whether you’re scoping out a trophy buck or trying to navigate a foggy lake in the middle of the night, night vision binoculars can shed a little light on your endeavors.
Recently, we have seen an increase in interest for breathalyzer among our customers and as not everyone really knows much about breathalyzer, we hopes to be able to help you clarify some basic questions about breathalyzers here.
If you are already considering purchasing a breathalyzer or simply wants to know more about breathalyzers, we hope this post will be able to help provide you with more information in this aspect and if not, please feel free to drop us a comment or email us directly at email@example.com .
Appointed as Anti Slip Tapes Supplier for WSH Council
Recently we have been working with Work Safety and Health Council Singapore (WSH) to supply them with Anti-Slip Tapes for over 400 companies who are participating in their workplace safety event – in case you are not familiar with WSH, they are an agency established in 2008, working closely with the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) and other government agencies, the industry, unions, and professional associations to develop strategies to raise WSH standards in Singapore and realize the national WSH 2018 vision.
Are you looking at buying your first binocular but lack the necessary information to make the decision on what you should look out for in a binocular? Or do you already have a collection of binoculars but wants to know more about features of your binoculars so as to be able to fully utilize what your binoculars can offer you?
If you are any of the above or just someone who is simply interested in knowing more about binoculars, this guide will provide you with all (if not most) of the essential information about binoculars.