Celestron 10x25 EclipSmart Solar Binoculars

BH #CEES10X25S • MFR #71237
Celestron 10x25 EclipSmart Solar Binoculars
Key Features
  • Dedicated Solar Viewing Binocular
  • Non-Removable Glass Solar Filters
  • Reveals Solar Details in Neutral Tones
  • Filters Meet ISO12312-2 Safety Standard
Safely view the sun with the Celestron 10x25 EclipSmart Solar Binoculars. It is made with non-removable glass solar filters that meet the ISO12312-2 standard for direct observation of the sun and offering protection from IR and UV light while blocking 99.999% of intense visible light. With a field of view that approaches wide angle, users can observe details such as sunspots in natural and neutral color tones at a generous 10x magnification. Built for general solar and eclipse viewing, their dual-hinge design allows the optical tubes to be folded under the bridge that, combined with their relatively small objectives and lightweight construction, enables them to easily and comfortably fit into most pockets or packs without adding excessive bulk.
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Magnification x Lens Diameter
10x25
10x42
12x50
ISO 12312-2 Compliant
Warning: Viewing the Sun without proper protection can cause permanent eye damage, blindness, and equipment damage. Always use an approved ISO 12312-2 certified solar filter when observing the Sun through optics or cameras. Never use photographic neutral density filters for direct solar viewing, viewing the sun through an optic, or when using cameras with an optical viewfinder.
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Celestron EclipSmart Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Solar Viewing
  • 3Optical Performance
  • 4Use and Handling
  • 5Construction Details

Safely view the sun with the Celestron 10x25 EclipSmart Solar Binoculars. It is made with non-removable glass solar filters that meet the ISO12312-2 standard for direct observation of the sun and offering protection from IR and UV light while blocking 99.999% of intense visible light. With a field of view that approaches wide angle, users can observe details such as sunspots in natural and neutral color tones at a generous 10x magnification. Built for general solar and eclipse viewing, their dual-hinge design allows the optical tubes to be folded under the bridge that, combined with their relatively small objectives and lightweight construction, enables them to easily and comfortably fit into most pockets or packs without adding excessive bulk.

Solar Viewing
  • Dedicated solar viewing optic
  • Non-removable glass solar filters meet ISO 12312-2 standards for safety
  • Enables users to observe the natural details of the sun with neutral and accurate color presentation
  • 57° near wide-angle viewing makes finding the solar disc easier
Optical Performance
  • 10x magnification
  • 25mm objective lenses
  • Compact roof prism optical path
  • 288' field of view at 1000 yards
  • 10.5mm eye relief
  • 2.5mm exit pupil
Use and Handling
  • Closed-bridge/dual-hinge configuration
  • Center focusing wheel
  • 56-72mm interpupillary adjustment range
  • Right-eye dioptric correction
  • Fold-down rubber eyecups for comfortable use with or without eyewear
Construction Details
  • Lightweight and durable aluminum alloy chassis
  • Protective slip-resistant rubber armoring
  • Dual-hinge bridge allows optical tubes to fold under for compact storage
  • Weight: 11.5 ounces
UPC: 050234712378

Celestron EclipSmart Specs

Prism Type
Roof
Magnification
10x
Objective Lens Diameter
25 mm
Angle of View
5.7°, actual
Field of View
288.0' @ 1000 yd / 95.8 m @ 1000 m
Minimum Focus Distance
26.2' / 8.0 m
Exit Pupil Diameter
2.5 mm
Eye Relief
10.5 mm
Interpupillary Adjustment
56.0 - 72.0 mm / 2.2 - 2.8"
Dioptric Correction
Not specified by manufacturer
Focus Type
Center
Tripod Mount
None
Dimensions
Not specified by manufacturer
Weight
11.5 oz / 325.0 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.865 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
6.5 x 3.45 x 2.6"

Celestron EclipSmart Reviews

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will Celestron eclipsmart 10x25 accept a tripod ...

will Celestron eclipsmart 10x25 accept a tripod adaptor?
Asked by: Bill
The Celestron 10x25 EclipSmart Solar Binoculars would need a universal adapter such as this Kupo: https://bhpho.to/2TKzm24
Answered by: Dan
Date published: 2024-02-13

I looked at the sun during the evening hours ...

I looked at the sun during the evening hours through the trees and saw nothing. Why?
Asked by: Chuck
It might be due to the trees and/or the time of day that you were using the binoculars. Since these are solar binoculars, they can only be used effectively during the brightest times or day with direct sunlight.
Answered by: Dan
Date published: 2024-03-19

How long do these last? The paper glasses says to ...

How long do these last? The paper glasses says to throw out after 12 months for example.
Asked by: Larry
Celestron does not state specifically how long they will last but they do have a 2 year warranty from Celestron. Alternatively you could buy the same binoculars for day time use and add filters when using them for solar observation: https://bhpho.to/45tcQvz plus this filter set: https://bhpho.to/3FlitRE.
Answered by: Dan
Date published: 2023-10-16

How do you reassemble the solar filter stack up ...

How do you reassemble the solar filter stack up once removed?
Asked by: Gabriel
I see, can i return them? It wasn't clear to me what was not intended to be removed since the threads were not locked or anything? I didn't even realize what I was removing until the filters fell out.
Answered by: Gabriel
Date published: 2024-03-15

Two questions on the 10x25 bino: 1) What is the ...

Two questions on the 10x25 bino: 1) What is the diameter of the eyepiece? 2) Is there an eye cup that rolls down for people who wear glasses?
Asked by: Paul
The eyepiece's virtual aperture (exit pupil) is 2.5mm (.09"). The eyecups roll down for those who wear glasses.
Answered by: Telescope
Date published: 2021-08-05

question

Is bag included? Thanks
Asked by: Yosef
Yes, it comes with a carry case with velcro closure and a belt loop.
Answered by: Martin G.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

Just out of curiosity from an amateur... It seems strange to have a diameter of 25mm or 42mm and then block 99.999% of the light. Wouldn't it make sense to have something more like a pinhole camera (but with a tiny actual lens)? I already ordered this pair, but just wondering about this question.
Asked by: Chris Brewster
Thanks for your question Chris. Aperture still does play a part in viewing with a solar filter. The larger aperture will still allow for a better view.
Answered by: Celestron Celestron Expert
Date published: 2018-08-27
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