Angled spotting scopes are the most common types of spotting scopes on the market. They have a good ergonomic design that eases your portability with the help of adjustable eyepieces for a proper aim adjustment. They are less convenient when you need to quickly scan the surroundings, but are very versatile due to angled eyepieces. The most popular spotting scopes have a 45° angled eyepieces and some provide a 90° angle. After adjusting the focus every individual can look through without changing the aim. Compared to straight spotting scopes that are very convenient when viewing down, angled spotting scopes perform incredibly well when looking skywards, thus saving your neck when observing the birds, mountains, the stars and the moon. Rotating eyepieces are also especially helpful when using them through a window of a vehicle. They are less suitable for youth hunters due to its heaviness and angled design but are very convenient for advanced users in hunting, surveillance, archery, astronomy and other law enforcement applications. They are more stable since you don’t have to extend the legs of a tripod too much thus providing more protection when facing wind and other harsh weather situations. Images are also less shaky and observations for extended periods of time more comfortable. But there are still other important factors that you should take in consideration, such as the size of objective lenses, magnifications and other optical technology such as lens and prism coatings that helps you get the best view-through during long distance observations with spotting scopes.