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The Vortex Nomad Straight Viewing Spotting Scope is a waterproof and nitrogen-purged fogproof scope that has a slim, lightweight profile which is perfectly suited for travel and long hikes in the field. When you're far from shelter, you'll be ready for driving rains and wet, heavy snow showers.
The Nomad's zoom eyepiece takes you from panoramic scenes at 20x to more targeted details at 60x. Now you can move in on the drama of deer grazing in a distant marsh with optics that respond to your call for high quality images. The Nomad spotting scope brings great color and clarity to every scene with comfortable full field views, even if you wear eyeglasses.
Waterproof & Fogproof
Waterproof housing provides complete protection from rain, sleet and snow because of tight O-ring seals
Nitrogen purging prevents condensation on internal lenses so you enjoy clear views in spite of sudden temperature changes
Polycarbonate body housing is rugged and easy to carry
Rubber armor enhances durability for sure travel through rough terrain
Fully multi-coated optics make every scene brighter and more detailed
BaK-4 high density glass prisms deliver sharp views from one edge of the field to the other
Contemporary eyecup design makes the most of long eye relief for wide angled views, available to every user by simply retracting the multi-stop eyecup to the most pleasing position
Comes supplied with a "view-through" case that zippers up quickly for total protection when you pack up for the evening
In the Box
Vortex Nomad 2.4"/60mm Spotting Scope Kit
Lifetime Warranty (transferable)
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Objective Lens Diameter
Angle of View
20x: 2.2° 60x: 1.0°
Field-of-View (@ 1000 Yds)
20x: 114' (38 m at 1000 m)
60x: 51' (17 m at 1000 m)