Our pick of 6 of the best thermal spotters on the market; including thermal binoculars, monoculars, and clip-ons! 

HIK Micro Ultimate Thunder thermal spotterThree units in one 
HIK Micro Ultimate Thunder

Overview: A thermal spotter, scope, and clip-on, all in one. Nicely packaged and presented at a very reasonable price, with great image quality and superior flexibility.

Price: From £2,499.00

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Pulsar Accolade 2 LRF XP50 Pro thermal spotterSuperior performance *260RIPS recommended! 
Pulsar Accolade 2 LRF XP50 Pro

Overview: A binocular thermal spotter with super tough build quality, superior ergonomics, and absolutely stunning image quality. The crème de la crème of thermal spotters, and the go-to choice of foxing legend Mark Ripley (260RIPS).

Price: £4,649.95

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ThermTec Cyclops thermal spotterValue for money 
Thermtec Cyclops

Overview: New to the thermal scene and making a splash, ThermTec’s affordable spotters are well worth a look. The Cyclops range has decent image quality for the price, and a new joystick operating system

Price: From £1,045

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IRay CAL19 CabinCompact and affordable 
IRay CAL19 Cabin

Overview: Compact and easy to operate, the CAL19 Cabin has an LED torch on top (useful for picking up!), great image quality for the price and is small enough to fit in your pocket.

Price: From £1,399

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HIK Vision Micro Pro OwlGreat allrounder 
HIK Vision Micro Pro Owl 

Overview: A monocular design with a very reasonable price tag for a unit with a 640 sensor. Great image quality, simple main controls, a good accompanying app, and a decent set of core features. 

Price: From £2,349.99  

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HikMicro Gryphon LRFBuilt-in range finder 
HikMicro Gryphon LRF

Overview: Another compact design that fits in your hand. Excellent image quality and functionality, alongside currently the best LRF in its class. 

Price: From £1724.99 

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