Brunton Echo Zoom Monocular 10-30x21

Brunton Echo Zoom Monocular 10-30x21
Brunton Echo Zoom Monocular 10-30x21
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Echo Zoom Monocular 10-30x21 by Brunton
Are you a secret agent looking to boost your gadget count, or a modern-day pirate sick of ancient spyglass technology' In either case, you'll love The Brunton Echo Zoom Monocular's compact size and 10-30x zoom capability. Agents, this miniature monocular fits in the palm of your hand and stashes easily in a tuxedo pants pocket, so it's ready to deploy as soon as henchmen turn the other way. Pirates, it has that cool spyglass look at a fraction of the weight, and the coated optics will have you "Arrrrgh"-ing with satisfaction. Lightweight hikers, game-spotters, and backcountry tour enthusiasts will enjoy all of the above, plus the Echo Zoom Monocular's ability to bring distant moose and sketchy slopes in close without making them angry/setting off slides.

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SKU: BRU0090
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