Sightron SII Waterproof Binoculars

Sightron is introducing a new series of SII Waterproof Binoculars. The SII WP842, SII1042, and SII1242 feature twist-up style eyecups, multicoated optics, and BaK-4 prisms. The SII WP842 has an eye relief of 17.1mm and retails for $136; the SII1042 has an eye relief of 16mm and retails for $151; and the SII1242 has an eye relief of 15.3mm and retails for $136.

For more information, contact Sightron Inc., Dept. ST, 100 Jeffrey Way, Suite A, Youngsville, NC 27596; (919) 562-3000; www.sightron.com.


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