Floor Standing Admiral's Bronzed With Leather Binoculars 62"
Product ID: 8877 Item ID: BI-0311-BZ-L Weight: 11 LB Box Dimensions: 33" x 11" x 13" (L x W x H)
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The Hampton Nautical Floor Standing Admiral's Bronzed With Leather Binoculars 62" is a modern nautical decor masterpiece. Complete with a rare and expensive shisham wood white finished tripod stand, this is considered our top of the line binocular offering. This is a fully functional double barrel binocular, and looks great resting on your living room floor or patio deck. The picture of this amazing marvel does not do it justice.
The polished bronzed double scope hand wrapped in leather, enables its user to use both eyes to focus an object while keeping the binoculars steady with the stand. These binoculars are capable of reaching up to 12x magnification and can be focused using a knurled focusing ring in the center of the binoculars.
The wooden tripod stand is comes with a smooth rounded finish. Each of the legs comes with solid bronze fittings and a screw release to let you adjust the height. A solid bronze chain holds the three stands together so the binoculars hold their position.