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Opera glasses can make or break your theater experience. If you want to see the show with an up and close view of the opera, then you want opera glasses. There are many different opera glasses out there and finding the perfect one may be difficult.

Opera Glasses

Opera glasses, just like any other optic device, depend on a number of different factors. Magnification, optical quiality, and other factors will influence the view that you get from your seat. Finding a pair of opera glasses may mean the difference between seeing poorly, or seeing every little detail of your favorite actor or actress.

You can go for a very classy looking set of opera glasses, or just a standard pair used to view the stage with. Either way, be sure that you are able to see clearly out of them. Be sure that they actually fit in your hands. If the opera glasses are too small and don't fit in your hands well, it will make for an uncomfortable time trying to hold on to them. If they are too large, it will be awkward and uncomfortable as well.

Opera glasses can range in price just like any other product can. Be sure that you understand that you generally get what you pay for. Check the return policy at the store when you buy your opera glasses to see if in the event that you don't end up liking them, or they work poorly, you are able to return them, or at least trade them in for another pair.

If you find a dealer that will allow you to try out a few different pairs, it would be good to take them up on that offer. Opera glasses are different and therefore one persons favorite pair of opera glasses may be the worst pair for another person. Trying them out before you commit yourself to them will help you from making trip after trip to trade in your current opera glasses for another pair. A good magnification level would be somewhere between 5x and 7x. Try different magnifications out to see which you like best.

Take into account how heavy and bulky the opera glasses are. If they are too heavy, it will be uncomfortable to hold them up for a long period of time. If they are too bulky, you will have trouble putting them in your purse to carry in and out of the theater. You don't want to have to carry big, bulky opera glasses with you all the time, you should be able to slip them into and out of your purse easily.

Try to get a pair of opera glasses with a wide field of view, if possible. The wider your field of view, the more you will be able to see without constantly raising and lowering your opera glasses. If you are watching something up close and something happens across stage, you may miss it because your field of view does't extend to the other side of the stage.

Once you decide on your opera glasses, make sure that you take care of them. If you take care of your opera glasses, they will last forever.

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