The All NEW 56mm Binocular From Maven: The C.4

Nic L
by Nic L

Scouting ahead can prove valuable, especially when pursuing game. For this, binoculars are almost unmatched. Maven has been known to produce quality optics for those looking to observe at a distance. To this end, the optics company has just released another in its C series. This is the C.4 56mm binocular, available in 15x or 18x variants.

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“With the C.4 we wanted to expand the C Series with a larger, more powerful optic that provides stronger performance at long distances,” said Brendon Weaver, Co-founder and Head of Design and Marketing for Maven. “We’re confident the final design accomplished that and we’re excited to offer it at the great value Maven is known for.”

The Maven Optics C.4 56mm Binocular

The Maven C.4 comes in two versions: a 15x and an 18x. Both have 56mm objective lenses. The extra-low dispersion ED glass lenses are fully multi-coated. The binos are waterproof and fog proof for those in wetter environments. The frames are polymer, making them much lighter than my dad’s old binoculars. They’re built around a Schmidt-Pechan prism with dielectric coatings. This is to give you optimal light transmission. The C.4 can be mounted to a tripod for added stability. If you’re exceptionally hard on your gear, fear not. The C.4 is covered by Maven’s unconditional lifetime warranty.


  • Magnification: 15x or 18x
  • Width: 5.78″
  • Height: 7.75″
  • Depth: 2.6″
  • Weight: 45.1 oz (15x) or 44.8 oz (18x)
  • MSRP: $700 (15x) or $725 (18x)

To grab a pair for yourself, it’s as easy as jumping over to Maven’s website. Don’t forget to glass their social media pages for further updates directly from Maven. You can find Maven on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube, and Tumblr.

Nic L
Nic L

Stemming from his childhood love of WWII history, Nic's passion for firearms continues to grow as his maturity level recedes. He has competed in local USPSA, IDPA, and rifle competitions, and has an almost unnatural affection for Rosie, his Gen3 Glock 19. @the_brutal_rooster

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  • Paul Hacker Paul Hacker on Oct 19, 2021

    I prefer my old Bushnell rubber armored spotting scope. 25x-45x. I got it at a pawn shop for $20. Made in Japan maybe 40 years ago. Outstanding scope! And saved enough money to buy a good six shooter.

  • Lonnie Hopson Lonnie Hopson on Oct 19, 2021

    Where are these made?