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Bosma®

8-24 x 50mm Outdoor Zoom Binoculars Telescope

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Do you want to watch something clearly? Here the BOSMA 8-24X 50mm Outdoor Zoom Binoculars Telescope can satisfy your needs. The binoculars telescope is 100% brand new and high quality assurance. Zoom telescope is extremely durable and comfortable. It is sport outdoor 8-24X 50mm cheap telescopes for campers, hunters, sports enthusiasts and concert goers tourists. Binoculars telescope provides the best combination of quality optical performance at an unbelievable value. The binoculars telescope each features a unique eyecup design that not only delivers long eye relief, but also allows for variable eye relief that is customizable to the user's own eyes and eyeglasses. This binoculars telescope is an ideal outfit for you!
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  • Specifications:

    • Magnification: 8X-24X
    • Objective Lens Diameter: 50mm
    • Exit Pupil Diameter: 6.2-2.1mm
    • Exit Pupil Distance: 12.3-12.1mm
    • Focal Distance: 8.0m
    • Lens Coating: FMC- green membrane
    • Prism System: Paul
    • Prism Material: BK7
    • Eyecup Type: Folding
    • Focus System: Middle
    • Field of View: 234-144ft/1000yds

    Features:

    • Binoculars telescope provides sharp clear optical performance at an unbelievable value
    • Zoom telescope is not only cool looking but further enhances light gathering ability at dusk or low light conditions
    • Optics are housed in a durable composite body
    • Those cheap telescopes are extremely durable and also comfortable
    • Binocular telescope provides the best combination of quality optical performance
    • The overall meticulous design, the attention to detail and the thorough craftsmanship are obvious to the most critical observer
    • Great for hunting, bird watching, sports events, boating, surveillance, security
    • This binoculars telescope has tripod interface

    Details:

    Bosma 8-24 x 50mm Outdoor Zoom Binoculars Telescope

    • Binoculars Telescopes provides sharp clear optical performance at an unbelievable value

    Binoculars Telescope

    • Great for hunting, bird watching, sports events, surveillance, security

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    • Use the binoculars telescope to see moon clearly

    Choose Binoculars:

    • Determine the purpose for which you will use the binoculars. Binoculars toted to an occasional sporting event do not need to be as finely crafted as binoculars for birding
    • Go to the nearest camera, optics or sporting goods store and explain to the sales representative the intended use of the binoculars
    • Handle a variety of brands and models. Note how heavy and comfortable they are in your hand and how easily and finely they focus. If necessary, ask whether they can be used by persons wearing eyeglasses
    • Take several pairs outside, if permissible, and try them in various levels of light, including full sun and shade
    • Focus binoculars as far as you can in both directions, and check clarity of objects in the short and long view
    • Ask about warranties
    • Shop around for a good price once you have decided on the binoculars you want. Expensive binoculars often can be found at discount camera or optical stores for hundreds of dollars off the suggested retail price

    Tips & Warnings:

    • On binoculars, the "formula" is made up of the numbers that tell you the magnifying power and the diameter of the objective lenses. Thus, 7 x 35 indicates that the binocular magnifies seven times and that the diameter of the front lenses is 35 millimeters
    • To get the diameter of the exit pupils, which indicates how much light reaches your eye, divide the diameter of the objective lens by the power of the binoculars. A figure of 4 or 5 provides acceptable brightness
    • Check to be sure that the company warranty applies no matter where you purchase the binoculars
    • Binoculars with straps worn around the neck can cause neck pain. Check on alternative methods, such as harnesses, for carrying
    • If you are going to use binoculars in a location where they may become wet or catch sea spray, consider purchasing rubber-armored binoculars
    • Buy binoculars with coated lenses

    Do's and Dont's:

    • Never use telescopes, Binoculars or your un aided eye to look at the sun without using proper "SOLAR FILTER" protection. Only use certified full aperture filters, or solar projection method. Do not under any circumstances use solar filters that screw into the eyepieces as the heat from the magnified solar energy can crack the eyepiece/filter and permanently blind you. This also applies to your finderscope
    • Never Leave your telescope or binoculars outside unattended where children may accidently look at the sun through it. Children must always be supervised when using optical equipment
    • Never Leave eyepieces or lenses lying around exposed the sun as the suns rays may be magnified and start a fire
    • Always observe Electrical safety recommendations which come with the telescopes and never exceed the maximum safe working voltages
    • Never clean the large internal mirrors on a telescope unless you are competent of doing it properly, this is best left for an experienced service centre. The mirrors are best left alone and very rarely (Years) require that degree of cleaning. A layer of fine dust on the mirror is not really a major problem
    • Before cleaning any lenses or eyepieces always blow off any small solid materials off the glass surfaces to avoid the risk of scratching
    • Never use any harsh solvents to clean your eyepieces or lenses as these fluids can permanently damage the special coatings which are applied to the glass surfaces. Only use recommended cleaning materials
    • Do not expose your telescope or binoculars to impacts or shock as this can put them out of alignment or in severe cases can damage the glass or mechanics
    • After using your telescope or binoculars do not wipe off any condensation which may have formed on the lenses, mirrors or eyepieces, it is best to leave them uncovered and allowed to dry naturally
    • Always store your telescope in a dry environment and if practical have mirrors, lenses or eyepieces facing down or covered well to try and avoid dust settling on the surfaces
    • Never over tighten screws or bolts as this may result in damage to the threads or components attached to them
    • Never use force on any optical or mechanical components on your telescope as you may permanently damage them. The telescope is a precision apparatus and should always be treated with great care. If something does not want to screw on or move correctly, just pause and gently try again

    Cleaning Eyepieces and Lenses:

    • Prepare your materials and your work environment. Make sure you have the following materials available

    1. A clean work area such as a clean kitchen bench, place a clean lint free towel down on the bench where you are going to work
    2. A quantity of De-ionised or distilled water
    3. A blower bulb or other pressure duster. (not compressed propellents)
    4. An extremely soft camels hair brush
    5. Some Cotton Buds, Cotton Wool balls, lens or facial tissue. Do not use any tissues with oils or perfumes like lavender. (Preferably sterile)
    6. Store your cleaning materials in a clean sealed plastic zip bag and do not touch the ends of cotton buds with your fingers. (There is no use in using materials that have been contaminated before you even start to use them)
    7. Pure alcohol or alcohol containing only water as the other ingredient. If you use other types they may contain oils or perfumes which will leave streaks on your optics. Do not use nail polish remover

    • Use the blower bulb to blow off any deposits of solid material on the lens surface such as dirt and dust. Do not use your breath as water droplets can get on the lens, causing spots. If the lens has particles that cannot be blown off you can try to remove them by gently flicking the camel brush in an upward motion away from the lens surface do nut brush the lens while the particle is still there, or moisten (do not soak) a tissue or cotton bud with distilled water and gently dab the surface, without rubbing. Once dry use the air bulb again to blow off any more dust if necessary
    • Moisten (do not soak) a cotton bud or tissue with an alcohol mix of 75% alcohol and 25% distilled water and gently wipe from the centre to the outer edge using a circular motion. Move your cotton bud or tissue slowly enough to allow the cleaning fluid to leave an evaporating trail just behind the cotton bud or tissue. You may need to do this several times in order to clean properly. Remember to use a clean tissue each time, this will reduce the chance of putting contaminants back on your lens and possibly scratching it. Make sure you now do not touch the glass surface with your fingers as you will cause smudges. An important note is to not use too much liquid at the edge of your lenses as capillary action could drag the liquid inside. The liquid alcohol mix itself is not a problem but as it makes its way inside it can bring in disolved oils from the eyepiece or lens and leave this oil residue behind after the alcohol mix has evaporated
    • Check your work by fogging the lens surface with your breath, you will be able to see how clean the lens is by the way the fog evaporates from the surface. This is also a good way to finally clean any small water spots that may be left, simply fog the spot up and wipe with a cotton bud or tissue. Some tissues may themselves leave dust, so after you have finished you can do a final dust blow off with the air bulb. Repeat the process if required
    • Once you have finished, store your eyepieces back in their sealed canisters. It is a good idea to even give your eyepiece canisters a clean once in a while

    Cleaning Primary Mirrors:

    • Prepare your materials and your work environment. Make sure you have the following materials available

    1. A clean work area such as a clean kitchen bench, place a clean lint free towel down on the bench where you are going to work
    2. A quantity of De-ionised or distilled water.
    3. A blower bulb or other pressure duster. (not compressed propellents)
    4. A clean vessel or pan large enough to hold your mirror. Make sure the vessel drains the water away. (a clean kitchen sink can be used)
    5. Sodium Lauryl Sulphate Soap (mild soap) (Palmolive)
    6. Some Cotton Buds, Cotton Wool balls, lens or facial tissue. Do not use any tissues with oils or perfumes like lavender. (Preferably sterile)
    7. Store your cleaning materials in a clean sealed plastic zip bag and do not touch the ends of cotton buds with your fingers. (There is no use in using materials that have been contaminated before you even start to use them)
    8. Please make sure you have a firm grip on the mirror in all phases of the cleaning process. It will also be worth while removing any jewelry you have on your hands or wrists

    • Use the blower brush to blow off any deposits of solid material on the mirrors surface
    • Place a clean lint free towel in the bottom of your vessel or container, this will help protect the mirror from damage by softening any impacts against the vessel. Place your mirror in the vessel or container and raise it on an angle so that water can run off it. Make a solution of luke warm soapy water (not too much soap) in a jug and pour it over the mirror, rinse the vessel and towel. Repeat this process until you are happy you have removed any contaminants which may scratch the mirror surface during contact cleaning
    • Leaving the mirror inclined in the vessel use the cotton wool balls to very gently wash the mirror surface with a clean solution of luke warm soap and water, be sure not to let the solution dry on the surface as a stain may result and you will have to repeat the cleaning process by gently rubbing the stained area as well as the rest of the mirror surface. Use a very gentle swirling motion while rubbing
    • Use the clean distilled water to rinse off the mirror in order to remove the soapy solution from the surface
    • Remove the mirror from the vessel and allow the mirror to stand securely on its side so that excess water will run off
    • Inspect the mirror for stains. If there are any then repeat steps 3 to 6
    • Dry the edges of the mirror using a tissue to avoid staining the mirror from any excessive water run off

    Package Included:

    • 1 x Binoculars Telescope
    • 1 x Soft Bag
    • 1 x Lanyard
    • 1 x User Manual
    • 1 x Desiccant
    • 1 x Cleaning Cloth

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Sebastien Pilon

Bought this item on

08-26-2010

 
High quality
00:00:00 08-26-2010
I was pleasantly surprised with the efficient service and quality of of my online purchase. It was exactly what I thought the product was supposed to be. I like the binoculars telescope very much. High quality and easy to use.
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Debbie Eidelma

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07-15-2010

 
Nice
00:00:00 07-15-2010
I purchased a Juno like Cheesburger Phone, and it arrived in perfect conditions in the given time. Nice binoculars telescope, and amazing quick and cheap shipping. Also they are very kind and "Live chat" was really helpful. Nice doing bussines with them!
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Marie Curtis

Bought this item on

06-16-2010

 
Great products
00:00:00 06-16-2010
Excellent binoculars telescope. Great communication. Prompt delivery. A pleasure to deal with. Will trade again. Dinodirect is a good place to buy goods. Great products and quick and easy delivery. Products come at a great price and packaged well.
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Joshua Jessurun

Bought this item on

05-12-2010

 
Clear
00:00:00 05-12-2010
Good binoculars telescope. Love this web site, there is so much here that I can find for the PC. My shipment arrived in a timely manner and in great condition. Thank you so much! Great to watch. Very clear.
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Colby Seigfried

Bought this item on

04-21-2010

 
Come again
00:00:00 04-21-2010
Binoculars telescope arrived surprisingly quickly given the less than hope-inspiring description of the cheapest shipping method. Dinodirect is a good place to buy goods. This item is very easy to use. I will come again.
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Emmanuel Roy

Bought this item on

03-17-2010

 
Good experience
00:00:00 03-17-2010
I bought this Binoculars Telescope. It is in very high quality. All in all, a good experience. Thank you for communicating with me when so many online sales companies do not! Dinodirect is a good place to buy goods. Thanks!
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Behzat böke

Bought this item on

02-18-2010

 
Highly recommend
00:00:00 02-18-2010
Product came quickly and exactly as described. Very pleased! The items were exactly as described, excellent value and arrived really quickly. I can seee clearly when using the Binoculars Telescope. Highly recommend it.
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Yuri Yturriaga

Bought this item on

01-13-2010

 
Good
00:00:00 01-13-2010
My item was promptly delivered and in excellent condition. The Soft Air-pressure Neck Traction has provided more relief than I had expected. Good Prices, fast shipp and good Binoculars Telescope.
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