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Barska 8x22 Blueline Waterproof Monocular Golf Scope with Rangefinder Reticle is no longer available.
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The Barska 8x22 Golf Scope is the perfect choice for golf aficionados. Multi-coated optics mean that this streamlined black monocular provides crisp, clear images. It offers 8x magnification power, 22mm objective lens diameter, roof prism with BK-7 glass, 2.75mm exit pupil, free-focus system, and 10.5mm eye relief. Part of Barska's Blueline series, this unique monocular features free focusing and ruby-coated optics that minimize UV glare. It aligns with the flagstick to allow you to measure distances from 50 to 300 yards with ease. Both stylish and ergonomically designed, this compact scope makes an ideal gift for the golf lover in your life. It comes complete with a leatherette pouch and weighs just 2.82 ounces.
Barska is a worldwide sports optics company offering an extensive line of precision products. Known for combining innovation, advanced technology, and cutting-edge design, Barska provides customers with high-quality products at exceptional value. Each is backed by a limited lifetime warranty.
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Dimensions & Specifications
Field of View at 1000 Yards
Objective Lens Diameter
Close Focusing Distance
Free Focus System
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This product has a limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty against defects is provided. If you have specific questions about this product's warranty please contact Barska's Customer Service department at 1-888-666-6769.
Return & Exchange Policy
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Q1: How do you use the distance graph you see when you look with the scope?
A: you will want to estimate the size of what you are looking at, and multiply it by teh number of bars it takes up on the graph to get an estimated range.
Q2: Your instructions make absolutely no sense. If I look into the lens of the Golf Finder, there appears a line graph. Your instructions call for multiplication to be done. Please clarify. Thank You
A: Sorry that Barska's Golf Scope Instructions are causing confusion. Unfortunately, we at Binoculars.com can't rewrite the instructions for the manufacturer. You only have to multiply if you can't see the base of the pin on the green. If you CAN see the base of the pin, just align the bottom line on the \graph\" with the surface of the green (this line is marked \"GREEN\"), then read the distance according to how far up the scale the top of the flag is. If the green is is 50 yards away, the flag will reach to the top of the scale; if it's 300 yards away, it will only reach to the first line above the \"GREEN\" line on the scale. Suppose, though, that you can't see the entire flag stick, but you CAN see the flag and four of the red and white bands on the flag stick itself. Put the line in the graph marked \"GREEN\" on the bottom of the lowest stripe you can see (in this case, the bottom of stripe 4)and check the yardage at the top of the flag. Multiply the yardage shown by the number of bands you can see and divide by 8 (since there are 8 bands on a regulation flag stick) to get the result. In our example, if the yardage shown is 300, multiply that by 4, which is the number of bands you can see, to get 1200, then divide by 8 to get 150. That, then is the true distance to the pin. The key to figuring this all out is to remember that each red or white band on the flag stick is 1/8 of the height of the stick. That means if you can see 4 bands, you're only seeing 1/2 the stick's actual height. If you can see 3 bands, you're seeing 3/8 of the stick's height, etc."