Weaver ETX-90 Spotting Scope

Meade Instruments Corp., a world leader in the design and manufacture of telescopes and accessories for amateur astronomers, recently acquired Weaver and has brought its high-tech knowledge and quality craftsmanship to sports optics. The astronomical-quality optics of the Weaver ETX-90 Spotting Scope provide incredible detail at any distance. The ETX-90 features fully multicoated precision ground lenses. The light-gathering ability of the 90mm objective lens produces clear images in low-light conditions. The suggested retail price of the ETX-90 Spotting Scope is $299.

For more information, contact Weaver, Dept. ST, 201 Plantation Oak Dr., Thomasville, GA 31792; 800-285-0689; www.weaveroptics.com.


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