Welcome to Cheaper Than Dirt! Shop 200,000+ deals on firearms, ammunition, gun parts, survival gear and more. All in stock and ready to ship.
| Next

4x50mm Yukon NVMT Night Vision Monocular Rubber Armor Warranty

 
Yukon Advanced Optics
24027
744105200506
16371
Ships from Warehouse 4
Typically ships within 1 to 2 business days.
We regret that this item is not available at this time.
Can we ship this to you?
  • DESCRIPTION
  • REVIEWS
Specifications and features:
4x magnification
50mm objective lens
600 meters viewing range
Gen 1 image intensifier tube
+/-4 diopter eyepiece adjustment
Fully multi-coated lenses
Interchangeable lenses
PULSE system infrared illumiNATOr
Green LED power indicator
Red LED IR illumiNATOr power indicator
1/4" tripod mount
3-volt lithium CR123A battery
20 hrs. run time
-22 deg. F to +104 deg. F operating temperature
Photo/video adaptable
Head & rifle mountable
Water-resistant
Rubber armor
Includes corduroy case, carry strap, hand strap & lens cap
4-year warranty

For warranty issues, contact 817-453-9966 or info@yukonoptics.com

Yukon's NVMT night vision monocular is good for long distance observation. It is a handheld night vision device. The NVMT by Yukon has a 50mm lens that ensures powerful light gathering and light transmission for a pristine, clear image. The Yukon NVMT is photo and video equipment compatible, making this night division monocular perfect for spotting game and watching animals at night. 
Total number of Reviews: 2

Submit a review

4.0 5
"I was pleasantly surprised at how well this worked and It's only a Gen1 tube! I mounted it on my plinker and I can't wait to take on some coyotes this November on the farm."
4.0 5
"Inside test - a 90 x 40 ft room, no windows, with a red EXIT sign outside the room in the hallway. The only lights inside the room were those little LEDs on computer monitors. I could easily see the entire room and could identify objects (magazine, pen, and book) on a desk at the far end of the room, and had no problem moving around. With the IR light on, it was like the lights were on. Outside test - a large field with horses in it, field surrounded by forest, with a quarter moon about 45 deg up. Standing in the center of the field could see a horse in scattered trees about 100 meters away max. With the IR on, still about 100m max but much clearer. When the moon went down, range with the IR was still about 100m, w/o the IR 75m. The problem w/o the IR is things become green fuzzy blobs that blend together and are hard to ID.I could look through the device and then look with my bare eye with almost no change in that eyes night vision. But watch the IR though, if it\uFFFDs on and you look at something close to you the view is very bright, the device saturates, and you lose your night vision in that eye.Outside test - subdivision at night, no street lights, 2 a.m. Plenty of light from windows, the occasional porch light. Really nice w/o the IR. The IR was a problem sometimes, looking at a close car or the ground or white wall is very bright & saturates the view (and your eyes lose all night vision).Construction - sturdy plastic, I wouldn't drop it on a hard floor. If I screw the battery cap on all the way (have to back it off 2 turns), it won't turn on. I wouldn't mount it on anything more than a 22LR, but it\uFFFDs not made for that.As a handheld, low cost, night vision device for camping & hiking & looking at wild life, it\uFFFDs a good deal. I'm glad I bought it."