New Gear: Weems & Plath’s Wayfinder 7 X 50 Floating Marine Binoculars

Weems & Plath’s Wayfinder 7 X 50 Floating Marine Binoculars

June 27, 2024

The Weems Wayfinder 7 x 50 Binoculars (#BN30C) replaces the recently discontinued EXPLORER 7 x 50 Binoculars (#BN20C) and continues Weems & Plath’s tradition of providing high-quality optical instruments tailored for mariners and outdoor enthusiasts.

The Wayfinder 7 x 50 Binoculars are designed to offer superior performance and durability in marine environments and feature 7x magnification, a 50mm objective lens, Argon gas for anti-fog and improved performance. These binoculars not only float, but they also ensure exceptional clarity and brightness, making them ideal for low-light conditions critical for navigation and wildlife observation.

Key Features of the Wayfinder 7 X 50 Binoculars:

Waterproof and Fog-Proof Construction: The binoculars have Argon gas and are O-ring sealed, providing reliable performance in wet and humid conditions.

High-Definition Optics: Multi-coated lenses and PORRO/BAK-4 prisms deliver sharp, high-contrast images with vibrant color, bringing distant objects into stunning detail.

Ergonomic Design: Rugged, non-slip rubber armor ensures a secure grip and durability, while offering comfort and stability during prolonged use.

Integrated Compass and Rangefinder Reticle: The built-in navigation aids enhance functionality for mariners, enabling precise bearing and distance measurements.

Adjustable Eyecups: Suitable for both eyeglass and non-eyeglass wearers, the adjustable eyecups ensure comfortable viewing for all users.

The new Wafinder has a retail list price of approximately Cdm$620 and is available widely through authorized marine retailers.

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