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Minox C II - Now available with universal compass

by Tristan Campbell 18 Oct 2018 19:20 PDT 19 October 2018
MINOX Nautic Binoculars © Marine Plus

The ultimate marine binocular, now with universal compass: The Minox C II

MINOX’s 7x50 CII marine binoculars are the perfect on-board companion for navigating in the marine environment . Designed in Germany, the 7 x 50 range are solid and exceptionally sharp, now with the advantage of universally balanced compass overlay.

MINOX 7x50 range features first-class, clear and high- contrast optics with a high resolution. The extra-large oculars provide 100% use of the entire field of view. They are filled with nitrogen to ensure that there is no fogging and for 100% waterproofing (down to 3m).

The new analog SUUNTO compass incorporated in the CII can be used in both the northern and southern hemispheres, offering safe navigation, and accurate waypoint finding in any corner of the earth. A rubber-armored housing provides an extremely good grip even when wet.

With its robust but compact design, the MINOX Nautic Line rounds off the professional equipment required on board any modern yacht for racing or cruising. Built for the harsh marine environment the MINOX Nautic Line offers maximum clarity, resolution and reliability in any conditions.

See kiwiyachting.co.nz or call 09 3600 300 for more details.

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