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Rangefinder Tether From Nikon

Rangefinder Tether From Nikon



Nikon's Retractable Rangefinder Tether keeps your rangefinder or other important gear close at hand and secure. It can be attached to your belt loop, pack, or myriad other places. It's waterproof and self-flushing. Features include a nylon-coated, stainless steel cable; stainless steel spring and hardware; 25-inch extension; 9-ounce retraction force; and 60-pound breaking strength.

Contact: Nikon Sport Optics, 1-800-248-6846, www.nikonsportoptics.com.




















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