Hawk(10×50) Binocular


Anti-reflective multi-layer lens coating reduces glare and improves contrast

BAK4 prism glass renders enhanced clarity and brightness

Slip-resistant textured rubber armoring

Twist-up eyecups allow comfortable viewing distance while wearing eyeglasses

The Hawk, offers a large magnification for exceptional up-close detail with the even larger light transmission abilities of 50 millimeter objectives. This binocular is a top performer in low light conditions such as dawn, dusk and an overcast day. Good on the hunt or for outdoor panoramic vistas it is an excellent choice to double as an astronomical sky scanner. The exceptionally wide 67.4 degrees Apparent Angle of View (AAoV) is greatly appreciated here. The Pleiades and the Moon’s terminator never looked so awesome. 10×50’s are at the far end of comfortably handheld viewing without experiencing the effects of the wobbles. A tripod thread has been integrated into the chassis for stable viewing over long durations.

Technical Specifications

  • Magnification: 10x
  • Objective Diameter: 50 mm
  • Eyepiece Diameter: 10 mm
  • Prism: BAK 4
  • Prism Type: Porro
  • Field of View: 123m/1000m
  • Lens Coating: Fully Coated
  • Colour: Black
  • Weight: 900 g
  • Material: Aluminium

Box Content:
‎Binocular | Neck Strap | Carrying Case | Objective Lens Caps | Eyepiece Caps | Lens Cloth | Instruction Manual


  • A multi-layer lens coating reduces glare and improves contrast.
  • BAK4 prism glass enhances the clarity and brightness of the image projected.
  • Ridges on the rubber surface ensure a secure grip.
  • Twist-up eyecups allow people wearing glasses to view comfortably.


When you’re in a life-or-death situation, you need to know that your equipment will perform at its best. And for that, you need Hawk Binoculars. These binoculars are made of durable materials with high clarity and precision optics.

Furthermore, these binoculars are designed specifically with birdwatchers in mind, giving you a clear view of birds and other wildlife up close. Most birders prefer binoculars that are between 7x and 10x magnification. Hence, these binoculars have high-quality lenses that allow you to see every detail of your subject and adjustable focus that lets you zoom in on details like feathers or beaks. 

The following specification of Pie Matrix Hawk Binoculars is that they have 50 mm objective lenses, which means more light can be transmitted through the lens to your eyes. This is especially useful when using binoculars in the dawn, dusk, or overcast day.

Hawk Binoculars: What Makes It So Special?

The Hawk Binoculars come with 10x magnification, 50 mm objective diameter and 10 mm eyepiece diameter. The field of view is 123m/1000m, and the lens coating is fully coated. These specifications help you see the birds clearly without distortions or light loss.

Lastly, Pie Matrix Hawk Binoculars are 67.4 degrees apparent a wide angle, allowing for a wider field of view than other binoculars at this price point might offer.

Terrestrial Viewing:

The Hawk Binocular is optimized for terrestrial viewing, so you can use it to enjoy the world around you. The binoculars are made with high-quality glass lenses, which offer sharp, detailed images. They also have a wide field of view (about 6°), so you can see a lot of the scenery at once.

Wildlife Observation:

Hawk Binoculars are ideal for wildlife observation. They provide a wide field of view and high magnification, making it easy to see the details of your subjects. Hawk Binoculars are also waterproof and fog proof, so they don’t fog up in wet or humid conditions.

Deep Sky Objects:

A Hawk Binocular can help you in Deep Sky Objects because it has a large aperture, meaning you can see more of the sky at once. Since most deep sky objects are faint and dim, having a larger aperture is important. It’s also important to have a wide field of view, which allows you to see more stars and galaxies in the same field of view.

Jupiter’s moons/Saturn’s Rings:

The Hawk Binoculars help view Jupiter’s moons and Saturn’s rings. They have a large aperture and are made up of two lenses, which magnify what you see. This helps because when looking at Jupiter’s moons or Saturn’s rings, they appear as tiny dots in the sky. 

Reach out to us!

Hello Cosmos

Why settle for a pair of binoculars that don’t fit your style? Get the best view of your next adventure with Hawk binoculars.

Feel free to contact us. Send us an email, and our team will reach out to you as soon as possible.

Contact: 9355529407

Email: support@thepiematrix.com 

Terrestrial Viewing
Wildlife observation
Deep sky objects
Jupiter’s moons/ Saturn’s Rings
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