Bering Optics HiPo 3.4x50 Gen I Night Vision Monocular Kit Gen. 1+ (BE14250)

Bering optics

$ 220.00 $ 242.00


Bering Optics HiPo 3.4x50 Gen I Night Vision Monocular Kit Gen. 1+ (BE14250)



Long range viewing up to 330 yards (300m)

70-hour battery life
Fully multicoated optics
Reliable and easy to use
Limited lifetime warranty*

Two built-in ¼” tripod sockets

Auto-shut off against sun light exposure
Integrated powerful infrared illuminator
Weaver rail for mounting accessories
20% more energy efficient than the competition


The high-powered magnification HiPo night vision monocular is best suited for long range observation purposes. HiPo ranks among the best in the Gen 1 class for the quality of image and the detection distance.

The unit was designed with the user’s comfort in mind. HiPo also ranks top in the industry in terms of eye-relief distance, which allows the user to enjoy the viewing experience for prolonged time without experiencing eye fatigue.

The HiPo’s body has a built-in weaver mount to allow the attachment of additional accessories such as an IR-flashlight.



Magnification, x


Objective lens diameter, mm


Leans system


FOV at distance 200 yards, ft / m

120 / 37

Focus range, yards

1 to infinity

Diopter setting, D


Detection distance (approx.) yard / m

330 / 300

Overall dimensions, in/mm

7.8''x3.9''x2.6'' / 198x100x650

Weight, oz/g.

18.3 / 520

Tripod socket


Power supply

AA 1.5V battery (two)

Estimated battery life (w/out IR), hour

up to 70

Operating temperature, \u00b0F/\u00b0C

-22\u00b0 to +113\u00b0 / -30 to +45

Water intrusion

Meets IPX4 rating


Up to 93%

In Box
Night vision monocular
Protective carrying case
User manual
Lens cap
Lens cleaning cloth

Export Restrictions

While all Gen 3 and some Gen 2+ require export licenses, all night vision products are subject to United States Export rules and regulations. Valid export licenses may be issued by the U.S. Department of Commerce or the U.S. Department of State, Directorate of Defense Trade Controls, in accordance with the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR), Title 22, Code of Federal Regulation 120-130. No exceptions!!