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noctivid objective covers (1 Viewer)

wdc

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I do use them, and I've not observed such a thing.

I should also note that I've only ever heard ONE person say it, and there's a fair amount of folks here that have used or own that binocular.

If you want to know about floppy objective covers on the EDG that won't stay put, there's plenty of folks that will attest to that! (even though Nikon may have addressed it in later production runs.)

-Bill
 

pimpelmees

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I do use them, and I've not observed such a thing.

I should also note that I've only ever heard ONE person say it, and there's a fair amount of folks here that have used or own that binocular.

If you want to know about floppy objective covers on the EDG that won't stay put, there's plenty of folks that will attest to that! (even though Nikon may have addressed it in later production runs.)

-Bill

I've read it on some reviews and have seen photo's and a video about this problem ?
 

TXdefender

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I have the 8x42’s. When they arrived the covers had left a silvery ring on the objectives where they touched. Leica sent me another set of noctivid covers and some ultravid covers which don’t fit perfect but solved my problem. Enjoy the glasses, they’re breathtaking.
 

pimpelmees

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I have the 8x42’s. When they arrived the covers had left a silvery ring on the objectives where they touched. Leica sent me another set of noctivid covers and some ultravid covers which don’t fit perfect but solved my problem. Enjoy the glasses, they’re breathtaking.

Ok, did you use the ultravid covers then ?
 
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