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The Celestron 20x60 binocular is not selling at Retrevo any longer. Customers who are shopping for a binocular today are looking at the following popular models.
Celestron Ultima 20-60 x 80 Spotting Scope (60x 80mm - Waterproof)
Fullfillment By Amazon $164.95
Celestron 52229 20-60x 60 Spotting Scope (60x 60 mm - Water Proof)
QVC $99.96
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Fullfillment By Amazon $79.95
Bushnell Trophy XLT 234211 10 x 42 Binocular (10x 42 mm - Water Proof, Fog Proof)
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Celestron UpClose G2 10x50 Porro Binocular (10x 50 mm - Slip Resistant, Water Resistant, Weather Resistant)
1 user review. for the Celestron 10x50; price from $29.38
Bushnell Elite 620726 Binocular (7x 26 mm - Waterproof)
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Bushnell 10x42 Powerview Binocular
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Amazon.com: Celestron Ultima 80 20 to 60x80 Straight Spotting ...
The Celestron 52254 Ultima 80 20-60 x 80 straight spotting scope offers a step up in aperture from the 65 millimeter scope, offering 50 percent brighter images...
Celestron SkyMaster 20 x 80 Binoculars 71018 - Best Buy
CELESTRON SkyMaster 20 x 80 Binoculars: Rubber-covered construction; 20x magnification; waterproof design; 80mm diameter; BaK-4 prisms; multicoated optics...
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Celestron 20-60x Zoom Refractor 2.4"/60mm Spotting 52229
Buy Celestron 20-60x Zoom Refractor 2.4"/60mm Spotting Scope Kit features Waterproof, Straight Viewing. Review Celestron Spotting Scopes, Spotting Scopes...
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Celestron Product Reviews and Ratings - Astronomy Binoculars ...
Research Celestron Product Reviews and Ratings - Astronomy Binoculars - Celestron 12 x 60 SkyMaster, Weather Resistant Porro Prism Binocular with 5.7 ...
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Celestron - Telescopes, Telescope Accessories, Outdoor and ...
Celestron Telescopes manufactures telescope parts, optics, astrophotography, binoculars, spotting scopes and digital microscopes for serious and amateur astronomers ...
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