sapphire ed compact - The Binocular Shop
R www.hawkeoptics.com SAPPHIRE ED COMPACT USER MANUAL TWIST-UP EYE-CUPS Eyeglass users will normally need the eye-cups (C) twisted down. Users not wearing eyeglasses should adjust the eye-cups upwards for optimum eye relief. CARING FOR YOUR BINOCULAR 1. Keep lens covers on the binocular when not in use. 2. When cleaning the lenses, use the lens cloth that comes with the binocular, or a soft, lintless cloth. 3. To remove dirt, add one or two drops of isopropyl alcohol to the cloth. 4. Store binocular in a moisture-free area. 5. Never attempt to clean your binocular internally or try to take it apart. 6. Your binocular is fog and waterproof in normal weather conditions, but is not designed to be immersed in water. HAWKE WORLDWIDE WARRANTY Your new binocular has a limited lifetime warranty (restricted to 10 years in Europe) against premature failure due to defects in materials and/or workmanship, subject to the following conditions: • The warranty does not cover failure due to damage caused by abuse. • The warranty does not cover failure from excessive wear and tear even within the warranty period. • A till or computer generated proof of purchase must accompany your claim. • Should any original defect appear, please log your warranty claim with your retailer or at www.hawkeoptics.com This warranty is limited to the original purchaser and is in addition to your statutory rights. ADJUSTING THE OPTICAL VIEW B. Focusing Wheel C. Twist-Up Eyecups A. Diopter Adjustment The distance between the eyes varies from one person to the next. To achieve perfect alignment of the eyes and the lens openings, hold the binocular in the normal viewing position and move the two barrels either apart or closer to each other until you have a single, clear field of view. FOCUSING 1. Set the right eyepiece (A) to the centre of the diopter adjustment. 2. Cover the right front lens with your hand and rotate the focusing wheel (B) until the image in the left eyepiece appears sharp. 3. Now cover the left front lens with your hand and rotate the diopter adjustment (A) until the image is sharp. 4. The binoculars have now been adjusted to your eyes. Note the diopter reading of the right eyepiece for future reference.
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