Swift Eaglet 7×36 HP Binoculars


Experience the extraordinary with the Swift Premier HP Eaglet 7×36 Binoculars. The Swift Eaglet is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts law enforcement officials and everyone in between. High quality materials come together with precision construction to make these durable yet lightweight binoculars.The Swift Eaglet is a roof prism binocular with phase coating that offers unsurpassed optical quality. It features a Kellner Ocular System and three objective lenses to eliminate spherical aberration and reduce astigmatism which results in especially high resolving power. In addition it features the latest in prism coating technology CFT which stands for Cold Fusion Technology. CFT is the process of applying multiple coatings to the surface of each roof prism without using high temperatures which helps protect the integrity of the prism surface and gives you increased reflective performance up to 99.8%. It also enhances brightness and color definition meaning you can use the Eaglet in all types of lighting situations.Specifications64-layer prism coating99.8% light transmissionRoof type prism 7x36Field of view at 1000 yards= 374 feetClose focus under 5.9 feetFully multi-coated opticsSuperior stereoscopic vision16mm eye relief; twist-up eye cupsLightweight design for long wear just 20.6 ouncesBaK4 phase-corrected prismsEdge-to-edge clarity and color rendition for fatigue-free viewingWaterproof shockproof and fog-proof rubber armorThe Swift Eaglet features a 25-year limited manufacturer’s warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. It comes complete with a neoprene neck strap rainguard and tethered objective lens covers plus a microfiber lens cloth and padded field case.About Swift Sport OpticsA leader in scope and binocular production since the 1920s Swift Sport Optics combines demand-driven innovation unrivaled quality and superior service in all of its manufacturing lines. The emphasis is on remarkable technological advancements and bringing user-friendly function t

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