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AWN Marine Binoculars Searanger IV 7x50 optics

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The AWN Binoculars Searanger IV is extremely robust and impact resistant even under extreme loads. Combined with a water resistance of up to 5 meters the Searanger IV defy any situations.

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AWN Marine Binoculars Searanger IV 7x50 optics

Developed and manufactured according to German quality standards. Built-in compass with lighting. The optic is nitrogen-filled and prevents fogging of the lenses from the inside. Swimming belt and bag included.

The AWN binocular Searanger IV is extremely robust and impact-resistant even under extreme loads. Combined with a water resistance of up to 5 meters, the Searanger IV defies any situation.

Thanks to the integrated compass, with lighting, you can stay in the worst weather, the view and with a single touch of a button, you can easily, use the lighting.

The AWN binoculars impress with an outstanding price performance ratio. In addition to the Searanger IV, a swimming belt and a cleaning cloth are included. To ensure optimum quality, the Searanger IV was developed and manufactured according to German standards.

The distance between the eyes varies from person to person. In order to achieve a perfect interaction between your eyes and the eyepieces of the binoculars, you can adjust both eyepieces as you like and thus create an incorruptible field of view.

The eyepieces are provided with rubber eyecups, which ensure outstanding comfort and ensure pleasant wear even on longer exploratory tours. Inversion of the rubber eyecups widens the field of vision, allowing spectacle wearers to enjoy a captivating view.

Another distinctive feature is the integrated reticule. This makes it possible to determine distances and sizes of objects with a simple formula.

The AWN binoculars Searanger IV has a variety of functions and, coupled with German quality and an unprecedented low price, sets new standards in its category.

 

Regulation of the eye distance

The distance between the eyes varies from person to person. In order to achieve a perfect interaction between your eyes and the eyepieces of the binoculars, you should hold the binoculars in front of your eyes and change the distance between the two eyepieces by moving them together or apart so that you get a clear field of view.

 

Focusing

Your binoculars are equipped with a single eyepiece setting 6.

Turn the 2-sided Diopter Adjustment 6 to focus on your binoculars for a farther object.

The single eyepiece setting 6 is aimed at a greater depth of field, so that you only have to adjust the sharpness when changing to different distant objects for large distance differences.

 

Evert the eyecup

Important for wearer of eyeglasses

For observations with glasses, the rubber eyecups 1 are everted. This exploits the full field of view of the binoculars model.

 

Compass

Look through the binoculars and you will see a scale with degrees (350, 360, 10). This scale is an illuminated 360 ° compass, if you can read 360 ° in the middle of the scale, you look exactly to the north (south = 180 °).

 

Compass lighting

When it's dark, you can turn on the compass light, press the on / off switch 3, and the compass light stays on as long as you hold down the switch.

 

Battery replacement

Open the battery compartment O with a coin and replace the battery (CR 1225) as the lighting diminishes. Pay attention to the polarity.

 

Distance calculation

In order to determine the distance of an object, it is necessary to know its size. Aim for the desired object and read the number of individual lines on the reticule. Now divide the size by the number of lines drawn, multiplied by 5. Multiply the result by 1,000. You get the distance to the object in meters. Example: A tower has a number of 6 strokes on the reticule and a known height of 60 m.

The distance is: (60: (6 X 5)) X 1,000 = 2,000 m

 

Size determination

In order to determine the size of an object, it is necessary to know its distance. Aim for the desired object and read the number of individual lines on the reticule. The distance is multiplied by the

number of lines drawn, then by 5. Multiply the result by 1,000. Example: A tower has a distance of 2,000 m and 6 graduations are read on the scale.

The height is: ((2,000 X 6): 1,000) X 5 = 60 m

 

Cleaning of the binoculars

1. Remove coarse dust particles with a brush.

2. Please use a soft, lint-free cleaning cloth for further cleaning.

3. If dirt remains on the lenses, moisten the cloth with some pure alcohol (spirit). The cleaning should be done without heavy pressure.

 

Included in delivery

AWN Searanger IV binoculars, comfortable swimming belt, practical bag, lens caps, eyepiece cover, special cleaning cloth.

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