Question about Tasco 7x50 Waterproof w/Imp. Compass Offshore Binoculars
I own the Tasco Offshore 36 binoculars.
There is condensation on the inside face of the glass eyepiece. This surface cannot be accessed from the inside as there is an inner lens in the way.
Does the outer piece "pop-off" or "screw-off"?
I've already removed the eye pieces from the body, so I'm no longer concerned with keeping the warranty valid.
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Posted on Dec 10, 2008
SOURCE: BINOCULAR ALIGNMENT
Up close to the eyepieces under the material that covers the binocs. You have to peel away at the material to get to them, or look for the splice in the material which is very hard to see.
Posted on May 09, 2009
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