You need to find out rather or not the vendor has images available of the product they may be selling. When you're shopping personally, you have the option to look at merchandise close up, hold them in your hand, and study their texture. When you are shopping Datyson 1.25inch 2inch Smartphone Capturer Compatible with Binoculars Monocular Spotting Scopes Telescopes adapter online, photos are the closest thing to this there is. I would not recommend buying from any online goods shop that doesn't display pictures of the product. You should research the online goods shop's shipping policy. How much should shipping be? Is it no cost? If it's free, will it take an eternity to arrive? If I need to pay for it, when can I anticipate my purchase to arrive? These are all traits you as a consumer should know, and you can usually easily find the answers to these questions by simply find a "Shipping Policy" or "FAQ" page on the site. Last, but certainly not least, it is advisable to find out what forms of payment the website accepts. This seems like it could be obvious, but I simply can't even count the times that I've found a wonderful quality item on a site, only to find away that they don't accept some forms of payment I have offered.