Yukon NVMT 1×24 Head Mount Kit

| May 20, 2015

If you want to buy a set of night vision binoculars that you can use hands free, the head mounted goggles from Yukon are a great choice. The have a head strap, and easily fit onto your head, and give you ergonomically designed binocular night vision. They are held in place over your head, by a tight fighting and comfortable easy adjusting strap system.

Yukon NVMT 1x24 Head Mount Kit

Yukon NVMT 1×24 Head Mount Kit

For anyone that enjoys hunting during the night, these goggles will allow you to see easily. They create upto 160 yards of clear detection distance in a very low light. With the help of the pulse infrared illuminator, they can easily be used in complete darkness, and you can see up to 100 yards in this mode. If you have a clear view, you can see as far as your eye can normally. The binoculars run on a small 3 volt battery, that lasts for as long as 30 hours.

These night vision goggles are great when you need to open up your bag, or check your equipment too, as you have a 30 degree field of vision. When you need to lift the binoculars out of your view you can just flip the attached lens covers over them, and then they rotate out of your vision, and you just keep the headset on.

  • 30 Hour Battery Life.
  • Ergonomic Head Design.
  • Water & Fog Resistant.

One of the most impressive features about these night vision binoculars are the lifetime warranty that you receive. You shouldn’t expect that you will need to use it though. These binoculars are very well designed and made, and will probably last beyond your lifetime. Another nice feature is the adjustable focusing options which allow you to focus both the eye lens, and then make any adjustments to each of the eye pieces too.

Compared to some of the more expensive night vision goggles, these ones will give you all you need. You can use them brilliantly for fishing too. Also if you are out with a friend, it makes it easy to track where they are with the infrared pulse light. This helps make sure that you don’t accidently shoot in their direction, or cast your line towards them either.

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