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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Binoculars > Classified #210974

For Sale: Orion Little Giant ll 15x70mm MINT....MAKE OFFER....

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These are in like new condition. Comes complete with caps for both ends, hard bound felt lined case, 1 1/2" wide neck strap, metel L-bracket for tripod mounting, all in the original Orion box. Will ship to the CONUS only. PayPal (add 3%) cashiers check or money order. New these are $289 AND 2nds' go for $232 plus shipping.

MAKE REASONABLE OFFER. If you don't know what reasonable is, then you probably shouldn't ask.

The Japanese-made glass boasts 70mm (2.7") of aperture for high-resolution images of stunning clarity. Little Giants are perfect for light-critical applications such as astronomy, birdwatching at dusk or dawn, and observing in overcast or shaded conditions. Their baffled, aluminum alloy body incorporates the finest BAK-4 prisms and all optical prism and lens air-to-glass surfaces are fully multi-coated to ensure unimpaired light transmission and rich contrast. 4.7mm exit pupil, 4.0° field of view, 8mm eye relief. Weighs 2 lbs., 14.6 oz.

Little Giant II binoculars have a classic coarse-grain exterior that provides a firm grip. Center focus, with right diopter adjustment.

Thanks for looking. Jeff Wingert
 

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