Universal 16X52 Hiking Concert Camera Lens Monocular Telescope

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Please notice when using:
1. Forbbiden to clean the inner parts of the monocular or disassenbly the monocular.
2. Caution: Do not allow using the monnocular to watch the sun directly! Use the monocular to watch the sun will causing incurable injure to human eyes.

3. If you like to attach monocular to smartphone, you need to buy a holder like this: http://www.banggood.com/Universal-Telescope-Camera-Lens-Holder-Connecting-0-6-Inch-Phone-And-22-48mm-Eyepiece-p-1044766.html

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Features:
1. It is portable to carry out.
2. It is suitable for distant shot. Make it easy to take some beautiful pictures.
3. You also can make videos for distand view. Never worry about that you can't see the singer when go to a concert.
4. Never miss every beautiful and unforgettable scene. It is worth to buy!

Specifications:

General Specification
Model Number 16X52
Color Black
Type Monocular
Product Weight (kg) 0.252kg
Dimensions (cm/ inch) 15*5.5*5.5cm
Technical Parameters
Magnification 16X
Objective Lens Diameter 52mm
Prism System The roof system
Focus System Eyepiece system
Waterproof Level Life waterproof
Eye Cup Type Rotating around

Package Included:

1 X Telescope Monocular
1 X Pouch
1 X Strap Buckle
1 X Clear cloth

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