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Simmons ProSport Roof Prism Binoculars

Simmons ProSport Roof Prism Binoculars

Description

The Simmons ProSport Roof Prism Binoculars provide a close-up, clear view image.

Features

  • Mulit-coated, high-quality optical glass for bright, sharp, images in full detail
  • Rubber armor coating for better grip and protection
  • Wide range of magnifications and configurations
List Price
$110.95
Your Price
$78.27
In Stock

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THE FINEST VIEW FROM THE TREESTAND OR BLEACHERS.

Designed with both the avid hunter and sports enthusiast in mind, Simmons ProSport binoculars give you an up-close, strikingly clear view. Enjoy sharp contrast and vivid detail while choosing from a wide range of configurations. All ProSport binoculars bring the action up-close and feature high-quality, multi-coated optics and BaK-4 prisms. Nitrogen purged for full waterproof and fogproof performance.

Plus, ProSport Binoculars are encased in tough and durable rubber armor, for a sure grip and added protection in the worst weather conditions.

Features

  • Mulit-coated, high-quality optical glass for bright, sharp, images in full detail
  • BaK-4 prisms for brilliant light transmission
  • Rubber armor coating for better grip and protection
  • Wide range of magnifications and configurations
  • Waterproof, nitrogen purged and fully fogproof
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Simmons ProSport Roof Prism Binoculars 899428 ProSport roof prism binoculars, 8 x 42
$78.27
In Stock
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