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MINOX Binoculars - BV 10x42 BR Orange Camo NEW

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Old Tuesday 8th March 2011, 11:27   #1
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MINOX Binoculars - BV 10x42 BR Orange Camo NEW

MINOX Binoculars - BV 10x42 BR Orange Camo NEW

We just obtained a fantastic binocular from Minox at a price that allows us to offer a very exciting opportunity. We are offering this binocular for only $179.99, reduced from it's retail of $359.00

This new Minox BV 10x42 BR in Orange Camo is a very unique optic. It is a Minox BV series binocular which is a great glass and it has an Orange Camo rubber armor finish.

Signal-colored camouflage products for hunting and outdoor activities are now very popular. In Europe, the demand for technical equipment or clothing of a camouflage design has risen substantially over recent years. MINOX, the optics specialist from Wetzlar Germany, is responding to this trend and is offering its proven BV binocular line in an orange camouflage look. Especially when out on driven hunts or tracking in dense vegetation these new BV 10x42 Orange Camo binoculars provide even greater reliability and flexibility.

Lightweight and robust, extremely compact and easy to handle these are features of the BV 10x42 binoculars that boast a state-of-the-art optical system. Multi-coated lens elements ensure high light transmission and a natural color rendition to provide an exceptional viewing experience. Thanks to the roof prisms with phase-correction coating the user can enjoy an image with outstanding detail rendition and rich contrast, even in low light conditions.

Shock absorbing rubber armoring protects the precision optics, even if the going gets tough, and provides a good grip at all times thanks to its non-slip surface. On the inside the binoculars are protected against the penetration of dust and water by an innovative sealing technology, making them watertight up to a pressure of 0.5 bar or to a depth of 5 meters. A nitrogen filling on the inside guarantees permanent corrosion protection and prevents fogging of the glass surfaces, even under severe temperature fluctuations.

Technical Information:
Magnification 10x
Front lens diameter 1.65 inch / 42 mm
Exit pupil 0.17 inch / 4.2 mm
Field of view 342 ft at 1,000 yds 6.5
114 m at 1,000 m 6.5
Close distance 3.94 ft / 1.2 m
Eye relief 0.71 inch / 18.0 mm
Diopter adjustment 4 dpt
Twilight number 20.5
Operating temperature 14 up to 122 F / -10 up to +50 C
Waterproof yes, down to 9.84 ft / 3.0 m
Height x Width x Depth 5.51 x 5.0x 2.0in. / 140 x 127 x 51 mm
Weight, approx. 27.5 oz / 780 g
Product number 62038

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