Vortex Optics Solo 10x36 Monocular

Vortex Optics Solo 10x36 Monocular
Vortex Optics Solo 10x36 Monocular
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Solo 10x36 Monocular by Vortex Optics
The Vortex Optics Solo 10x36 Monocular makes a great tool for birders, hunters, or backpackers who want a quick and easy way to bring distant wildlife into clearer view. Similar to its 10x25 sibling, it's compact and easy-to-carry--an ideal choice for longer trips--but the 10x36 offers brighter views and comes equipped with a versatile utility clip for attaching to vests or other equipment. Built for a rough-and-tumble life in the wilds, it features an O-ring seal to prevent moisture and dust from finding its way inside, with nitrogen gas purging to eliminate fogging on cold morning adventures. Rubber armor provides not only durable external protection, but also offers a no-slip grip while you focus your sights on an elusive target.

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