Your own pirate's telescope!
Hearken to the days of yore when pirates roamed the Spanish Main! Pace the heaving quarterdeck of a triple-decked ship of the line beating to windward in a half gale.
Blackbeard himself might have swept the horizon in search of treasure ships with a telescope like the Zhumell Bring 'em Near 25x30 Pirate Spyglass.
Old Meets New
Indeed, with its burnished brass barrels and collapsible design, the Zhumell Bring 'em Near 25x30 Pirate Spyglass evokes images of the old sea dogs. But in many ways, it's strictly modern:
- The 30mm objective lens and eyepiece are magnesium fluoride-coated to ensure optimal light transmission and image crispness throughout the entire field of view
- Eye relief of 15mm accommodates eyeglass wearers
- 25x magnification brings 'em near indeed
- Knurled knob on the bottom barrel gives fast twist focus
The Zhumell Bring 'em Near Pirate Spyglass extends to a full 13 inches, but collapses to 5.5 inches to fit into its own padded case with belt loop and wrist strap. Best of all, it's covered by a 25-year, no-fault warranty!
So, with your spyglass in hand, relive the days of drumming sail and shivering timbers. Remember, though, that Blackbeard never had a glass so good.
Your new Zhumell Bring 'em Near 25x30 Pirate Spyglass offers the perfect blend. It puts 21st-century optics into 17th-century form.
Ships to most international destinations, APOs, and FPOs.
Spyglass, Padded Case
Dimensions & Specifications
Objective Lens Diameter
Objective Lens Size Code
Zhumell Brass Nautical Telescopes
For the Beginner
DocumentationDownload the Zhumell Bring 'em Near Pirate Spyglass Telescope Manual
Zhumell Warranty Information
We stand behind all the products we sell, and your satisfaction is our top priority. If you're not satisfied with the quality of your purchase, simply send the item back to us in its original packaging within 30 days of its delivery.
Default manufacturer warranty.
Return & Exchange Policy
At our site, returns are easy! You may return new, unused, and resalable items for a refund or exchange. Simply ensure that the item is returned in its original product packaging within 30 days of delivery.
Q1: Are the lens made of glass or plastic?
A: The lenses in the Pirate scope are made of Glass.
Q2: can i look through a window thats blocked
A: Unfortunately, the Zhumell Bring 'em Near Pirate Spyglass won't allow you to see through blocked windows. You'd need something like the Chandra X-ray Telescope. Just check NASA's web site.
Q3: What is the field of view?
A: The Pirate Spyglass has a field of view of 57.75 feet at 1,000 yards.
Q4: would I be able to see our solar system through the lens of this particular tool?
A: The Zhumell Bring 'em Near Pirate Spyglass will give you nice views of the Moon; however, its 30mm aperture is too small to be really useful for astronomical viewing. It's best used for viewing land and sea objects.
Q5: Does the Zhumell Spyglass come with a different finish?
A: The Zhumell Bring 'em Near Pirate Spyglass is available only in polished brass finish.
Q6: How far away must objects be not to be blurry?
A: The Zhumell Bring 'em Near Pirate Spyglass has a close focus distance of 16 feet.
Q7: I would like to purchase a pirate spyglass (monocular) for my boy, he is 12 years old and interested in it.
A: The Zhumell Bring em Near Pirate Spyglass 25x30mm is an excellent value and would be great for a 12 year old! It is accessible via our web site.
Q8: Is it waterproof ?
A: No I am sorry, it is not Waterproof.
Q9: Is there a case or box that is provided with the Spyglass 25 X 30? The lens must need to be protected when carried, correct? Is there a lens cap if not a case? If there is no lens cap can you provide one that will fit as an after market item?
A: It actually includes a very nice leather carrying case with it, which will protect the body of the scope as well as the lenses.
Q10: is this made of metal or plastic
A: The Zhumell Bring 'em Near Pirate Spyglass is made out of metal.
Q11: what do the numbers represent on binoculars
A: Binoculars are designated according to their magnification and the size of their objective lens (the big lens opposite the eyepiece). Accordingly, a 7x42 binocular would have 7-power magnification and a 42mm objective lens. The Zhumell Pirate Spyglass produces 25X magnification and has a 30mm objective lens. The latter figure is especially important because larger lenses admit more light and produce brighter images in twilight and on gray days.
Q12: What is the best/strongest dimension (25x 30, etc) for general viewing at a range of 75 feet to 300? Thank you.
A: With the Bring em Near Pirate spyglass it has a fixed magnification of 25X the naked eye. The 30 after the X is the diameter in millimeters of the objective lens of the spyglass.