Crazy Crow's Brass Spyglass Telescope with Leather Strap and Cover is a quality reproduction of an antique brass spyglass telescope. Perfect for
either nautical or trekking use. Encased in hand stitched chocolate leather that fits nice and snug to the brass body. The adjustable leather strap
allows you to carry it on your shoulder or in a bag while securing the sturdy leather caps for each end. The telescope is inset with superior optical
Lenses to deliver a magnification of 10x and an effective range of 500 meters.
- Length: 17" extended (7" closed)
- Lens: 2" diameter approx.
- Magnification: 10x approx.
Usage instructions: Expand the Brass Spyglass Telescope fully. Once expanded bring it to your eyes and adjust the last pipe by moving it inside slowly.
Adjust it till you get the clear picture. Note that adjustment is by sliding pipe in and out and NOT by rotation of pipe.
Did You Know?
The first practical telescope, was invented by Hans Lippershey in the Netherlands in 1608, Galileo, based only on uncertain descriptions, in the following year,
made a telescope with about 3x magnification. The name "telescope" was coined for Galileo's instrument by a Greek mathematician, Giovanni Demisiani, at a banquet
held in 1611 by Prince Federico Cesi to make Galileo a member of his Accademia dei Lincei. The name was derived from the Greek tele = 'far' and skopein = 'to look or see'.