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Night Owl Lightweight Night Vision Monocular (4x)

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Night Owl Lightweight Night Vision Monocular (4x)

The 4X NexGen Night Scope is Night Owl Optic's top of the line, full-sized night vision monocular. This unit provides unsurpassed image resolution, and the highest grade, camera-quality objective lens available on a 4X magnifying night scope. It uses powerful infrared illumination that is invisible to human and animal eyesight, and Generation 1 Technology that amplifies ambient light 500X.

Features

  • Marine night vision monocular with lightweight, water-resistant housing
  • High-grade, all-glass, camera-quality objective lens with 4x magnification
  • 56-foot field of view at 200 feet; powerful infrared illuminator for moonless nights
  • Exclusive steel stringer system for added precision; requires 3-volt lithium battery
  • This item is restricted for sale to the state of California and outside the US

Shipping Cost: Free!

Return Policy: Within 30 in the original packaging

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  • 4.5 of 5 stars
50% (10)
25% (5)
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5% (1)
  • Night Vision Monocular   »   Most Recent Review “I am delighted with this product. It arrived well packed so that no damage would occur during shipping. Additionally while I have the 4X my neighbor got the 5X and both of us like…”
  • night owl 4x   »   Most Helpful Reviews “For the money this night vision monocular is pretty good. doesnt feel cheaply made, just does its job. image has quite a bit of detail even at longer ranges.”
  • Night vision monocular order #108 9642418.1425838   »   Most Helpful Critical Reviews “I purchased this item for my teen aged grandson for Christmas,2012. He tried it out in his basement at home and it appeared to function.”