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Fujinon-Mariner WPC-XL Lens Cap replacement

I need to get replacement lens caps for my Fujinon-Mariner 7X50 WPC-XL with compass binoculars...

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  • DougC Apr 18, 2009

    Dear D K Renkel,

    I need lens caps for the same set of binoculars, too.

    Did you ever find a solution?

    I JUST sent Fujinon an email asking for where to buy the part.

    Doug
    Oakland, CA


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You can order a replacement set at: http://www.bakermarineusa.com/index.php?id=17&cat=38&prod=137

Posted on Jun 29, 2010

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