Celestron® Oceana 7x50mm Marine Binoculars

Item # WX2-211501

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Navigate your way to Celestron® Oceana 7x50mm Marine Binoculars, featuring a built-in illuminated compass and rangefinding reticle!

100% waterproof and fogproof, with exceptional fully multi-coated optics and built-in navigating aids for the best in sea-faring performance! From Celestron®, makers of fine affordable optics for over 40 years.

Specs:
  • 7X magnification, generous 50mm objective
  • Built-in illuminated compass and rangefinding reticle for navigation
  • 100% waterproof and fogproof, nitrogen purged for all-weather protection
  • Fully multi-coated optics for top contrast, clarity and brightness
  • Precision BaK-4 porro prism design
  • Aluminum body with rugged rubber armor
  • Calculator dial for quick distance measurements
  • Tripod adaptable
  • Field of view @ 1,000 yds. is 394'
  • Long 22mm eye relief
  • 33' close focus
  • Weighs 41 ozs. Includes soft carrying case.

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