Product Code: LSO-07

Opera Glasses 3x25 LaScala Optics Othello Binocular Titanium Gold

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Manufacturer Code: LSO-07
839912001047 UPC : 839912001047
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Opera Glasses 3x25 LaScala Optics Othello Binocular Titanium Gold
Opera Glasses LaScala Othello Optics Binocular will put you right in the front row. You will enjoy the show like never before, observing every nuance the player's faces and gestures. This Opera Glasses combines style and comfort to deliver the ultimate enjoyment of your favourite events. The body is made from metal


Features: Opera Glasses 3x25 LaScala Optics Othello Binocular Titanium Gold

  • Features miniature red illuminator 
  • It is compact and durable construction 
  • Incorporate bright lenses for higher transparency in low-light conditions 

Specifications: Opera Glasses 3x25 LaScala Optics Othello Binocular Titanium Gold

  • Magnification 3x
  • Objective Lens Diameter 25mm
  • Angle of View 11.2°
  • Minimum Focus Distance 10.5'/(3.2m)
  • Focus adjustment Fixed
  • Aperture 1/1.2
  • Dimensions, inch/(mm) 4x2.3x1.2 WxHxD
  • Weight 4.5 oz

Kit Content:
Opera Glass 3x25Soft case

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Customer Reviews on Opera Glasses 3x25 LaScala Optics Othello Binocular Titanium Gold
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5 out of 5 based on 1 reviews
Review by ,    ,    Customer Rating:   5 of 5 Stars!

Very good quality Binocular, I used them first time at the theatre and was seated at the back in the balcony. I could see very close all the actors. The red light was very useful to read my programe. Microglobe got my order at 14:59 and I received my item the next day at 10 am

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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 14 December, 2006.