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Celestron Echelon Binocular, 20x70

Item # 790686
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Key Features

  • Fully multi-coated optics for light transmission

  • XLT coating offers crystal-clear viewing

  • 100% waterproof/fogproof construction

  • Durable rubber-armored aluminum housing

  • Includes lens caps, rain guard, neck strap, & case


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Product Description
Assembled in the USA utilizing premium Japanese optical components, Celestron's new Echelon line is the pinnacle of large-aperture binocular design. Optimized for longrange glassing, all three rugged models feature massive 70 mm objective lenses, fully multicoated optics, BaK-4 prisms, and large exit pupils. Celestron has also added their proprietary XLT coating for maximum light transmission through the entire optical path. The result is sharp, high-contrast views, even at long distances in the dimmest lighting conditions. Outside, the fully waterproof, nitrogen-purged, rubber-armored aluminum housing withstands rough use. Tripod adaptable. Includes lens caps, rainguard, neoprene neck strap, and waterproof hard case.
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Specifications
Magnification 20x
Objective Diameter 70mm
Finish Matte
Length 10.15"
Eye Relief 19.5mm
Field of View @ 1000 yds. 157 ft.
Lens Coating XLT Multicoated
Fog/Waterproof Water, Fog

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