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ARCHEER Waterproof & Fogproof Monocular,16X52 Magnification ,Dual Focus Optics Zoom Telescope, Day & Low Night Vision for Birds Watching

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Super Clear, The fully coated optics, meanwhile, ensure superior light transmission and brightness, helping you see just about any target, whether you're searching for birds or trying to get a better view of the stage. 

See things 16X closer and Get Clearer and Brighter with 52MM Objective lens and 18.5mm eye lens.The larger the objective lens, the more light that enters the binocular, and the brighter the image. 

PRISM MATERIAL, BAK4, clear image without black bars,it makes Super Clear and Sharp Images. 

WATERPROOF, the mirror is full of the high-purity nitrogen, waterproof and antifogging. You can use it in raining day and humid environment, and have no need to worry about this item.



Specs: 
Magnification: 16x 
Field of View: 66M/ 8000M 
Prism system: Roof
Exit pupil: 5.2mm
Eye Lens Diameter: 18.5mm 
Objective lens diameter: 52mm 
Monocular Size: 160*52 mm 
Color: Black 
Weight: 350g (ultra-compact and ultra-lightweight)

Package: 
1 x Monocular
1 x Carrying Bag
1 x Neckstrap
1 x Lens Cloth
1 x User Manual

Note
It is a kind of low-light level night vision telescope which means it can be used for night vision with some light but can not be used for totally pitch-black night vision.

Tips
When you don't use the telescope please put it in a dry place, because it is easy to fall off the film and prisms moldy after a long wet of telescope lenses. As the best way to dirt or marks on the lens is to use a cotton swab dipped some alcohol at home or gasoline, so it would be more easy to wipe volatile liquid.


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