Hands Free Binoculars For Sport & Concerts Sportnoculars Launched

A new hands-free set of binoculars has been launched, called Sportnoculars. They allow customers to enjoy sporting events, concerts and more without having to manually hold their binoculars.

Livingston, United States - June 18, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Sportnoculars have launched a new range of hands-free binoculars for sporting events, vacations, birdwatching or any other popular activity. The 3 x 44 mm binocular glasses are ideal for sports, concerts, theatre, opera, fishing, and a wide variety of other activities.

For more information please visit the website here: https://sportnoculars.com

Binoculars are popular among many customers who want to experience distant objects as if they’re much closer. For years they have been used at events like the opera, sports events, and during actives like birdwatching, where they allow subjects to be seen in greater detail.

This lends an improved sense of immersion to the activity, and helps people to feel like they’re right up close to the subject they’re looking at.

However, one of the drawbacks of traditional binoculars is that they need to be held, which stops the user being able to do anything with their hands.

Now, with the new range of Sportnoculars, customers can benefit from the binoculars while also being able to use their hands. This is especially useful at sporting events or concerts, as it means that fans can eat or drink while watching up close.

Visitors to the Amazon page listing will discover that the Sportnoculars are high quality and engineer aluminum, plastic and glass. They are specially designed to let customers see three times closer.

Each purchase comes complete with new and improved strong silicone ear keepers, a neck strap, micro cloth, side shades, and extra nose pad. They also come with a full one year warranty for added peace of mind when purchasing.

A recent happy customer said: “I bought these to use at the NCAA Men’s Final Four – 2 semifinal and championship games. Our seats were in the nose bleed section of the 69,000 seat Alamodome in San Antonio – 22 rows above the press box and 7 rows from the roof and over to one end zone! The Sportnoculars were great.”

Those wishing to find out more can visit the Amazon page listing on the link provided above.

Contact Info:
Name: S Miller
Email: Send Email
Organization: Miller ProSource
Address: 5 Canterbury Rd, Livingston, NJ 07039, United States
Website: https://sportnoculars.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 525530

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