wish list - Perfectly Clear
Written by Oryx
If eyes truly are windows to the soul, why not give them the most power possible with these visual treats?
Nikon EDG Fieldscope 85-A
It comes as no surprise that Nikon produces a quality visual product, and their EDG Fieldscope line does nothing to change that. Coming in both angled and straight-through designs at both 85mm and 65mm, Nikon’s trademark ED glass yields bright, high-contrast images. The device is also protected by an O-ring seal and nitrogen gas, rendering it impervious to water and fog.
Swarovski Opera Glasses
A conversation starter for sure, these lightweight and compact opera glasses are handcrafted with more than 1,300 high-quality size-7 crystals in more than a dozen styles, including Fuchsia with Crystal, Violet Opal with Tanzanite, and Jet Hematite with Indian Red. A small light for programme reading is an added touch.
Meade LS 6 Telescope
Meade’s revolutionary LS™ (LightSwitch™) series LS 6 is the most technologically advanced model available, yet is the easiest to use. The LS 6 uses advanced technologies to do what no other consumer telescope has done before: take the hassle out of using a telescope. At the flip the switch it automatically aligns itself. Astronomer Inside then takes you on a guided multimedia tour of the best objects in your sky.
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Celestron NexStar 5SE
For the amateur astronomer seeking an economical alternative to the top-line telescopes, Celestron’s NexStar 5SE provides everything needed to enjoy the hobby in quality fashion. Boasting 125mm aperture, 1250mm focal length, and magnification of up to 295x, the NexStar proves a fine way for Celestron to celebrate its 50th anniversary as an optics industry leader.