NOCS Zoom Tube monocular adds Solar Eclipse Lens

NOCS Zoom Tube monocular with Solar Eclipse Lens

Want a closer look at this April’s solar eclipse? The new Solar Eclipse Lens for the NOCS Zoom Tube monocular lets you do it, and gives you an 8x closer view, too!

The Zoom Tube is IPx4 water-resistant, with a grippy, textured rubber outer surface and easy-to-adjust focus dial on top.

It’s ruggedized to withstand little drops, and has a wide field of view (384ft @ 1000yds) with 8x magnification. It even has a 1/4-20 mount to attach to tripods. Inside are multi-coated glass lens and a BaK4 prism. Weight is just 9.5oz (270g).

The Solar Eclipse Lens is ISO 12312-2-certified to ensure that your eyes are shielded from harmful solar radiation, even if you’re looking straight at it.

It’s available as a bundle for $125 that includes the monocular, wrist tether, and solar eclipse lens. Already have a NOCS Zoom Tube? Get the Solar Eclipse Lens for $35. Add the Photo Rig ($35) to use the monocular as a 400mm telephoto lens for your smartphone’s camera.

Where to watch the 2024 Solar Eclipse

path of the 2024 solar eclipse in north america

Wondering where to watch the solar eclipse? The map above shows the general path for the United States. It starts in Texas, hitting maximum totality over Dallas at 2:42pm EST, finishing over Caribou, Maine, at 3:33pm EST. Check NASA’s site and their video for more details and science about the eclipse.

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