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Wide Application - Spotting scope telescope comes with stable tripod, handy smartphone adapter and durable carry bag in the package, offer you more convenience to carry and use. HD images and videos can be shared instantly with the smartphone adapter anytime and anywhere.;Waterproof Fogproof Scope - O-ring seals prevent moisture, dust and debris from getting inside the spotting scope for reliable performance in all environments. Nitrogen gas purging delivers further waterproof and fogproof performance.;Durable Construction - Durable framework and high-quality rubber armor provide non-slip grip, shock-proof grip and durable external protection, which enables the spotting scope to withstand the toughest weather conditions. Comes with eyepiece cap and objective lens cover, full protection for eyepiece and objective lens.;Fully Multi-coated Optics Lens - The 80mm large objective lens are all fully multilayer-coated and BAK4 roof prism to increases light transmission and delivers bright, clear, high-contrast images even in low-light conditions. For long range viewing, a dual focus wheel system enables fast and fine-tuning focus adjustment, allows you to lock onto your target and zoom in more clearly.;Spotting Scope 20-60x80 - Powerful 20-60x zoom magnification can be smoothly adjusted, easily lock your target and zoom in for more details. 45 degree inclined eyepiece ergonomic design provides more comfortable viewing, brings nature scenery closer to you. Spotting scopes ideal for target shooting, hunting, bird watching, wildlife watching, star gazing, traveling, hiking, camping, archery, astronomy etc.

WECDS-E 2 - -60X80 Spotting Scope, Waterproof HD Spotting Telesc

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