Military Zoom 20-140x70mm Binoculars, Matte Black

Item # WX2-181930

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Expected availability: 7/29/2014

Details & Specs

Among the MOST POWERFUL ever! Military Zoom 20-140x70mm Binoculars.

Only one factory in the world possesses the technology to create Binoculars that can zoom up to 140 times closer. And we have it exclusively, here at The Guide! These new Military Zoom Binocs are the optics soldiers demand, to see at a safe distance away from danger. Read the coaches' and players' lips at sports events.

Look to the sky and experience stargazing like a telescopic trip to the planetarium. Most amateur telescopes magnify 85 times. These Zoom Binoculars magnify between 20 and 140 times! And 70 times more light comes into its gigantic 70mm lens.

  • Multi-coated optics ensure distortion-free, pristine clarity
  • Porro prism construction
  • Light-gathering 70 mm objective lenses, for bright, clear images
  • Center-wheel focusing with right-eye diopter fine-tuning adjustment
  • 20-140X magnification
  • F.O.V. @ 1,000 yds. is 220' at 20X, 30' at 140X
  • Tripod adaptable (adapter not included)
  • Soft, flip-up eyecups for eyeglass-wearer comfort
  • Includes adjustable neck strap, protective lens covers and nylon carry case.
  • 11 1/2 x 8 3/4 x 3 1/2", 3 lbs.

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Customer Reviews

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  1. 2 stars
    expected to be better, field of view is VERY small
  2. 4 stars
    Sent it back. Foggy and difficult to focus at higher power.
  3. 5 stars
    I like'em They're so powerful you got to have a steady hand to focus. Heavy, seemed to be well made!
  4. 5 stars
    Excellent Optics!
  5. 5 stars
    Awesome product!
  6. 5 stars
    These are fantastic. Can see things for miles and miles away, easy 50-100 miles. When zooming to 140 magnification, fine tuning is teadious. Highly recommend a sturdy tripod. Without one ,every movement you make is magnified. At 20 magnification you get a great clear large field of view. Definitly recommend, especially for the price. Bought mine for range viewing of 1000yrd shots, mounted on tripod, had to make my own mount.Very satified.
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