Celestron is excited to offer its 2014 line of sport optics and accessories designed for the outdoor enthusiast. Last year, Celestron released five new series of binoculars and spotting scopes. This year, Celestron has expanded its popular lineup to include a line of large-aperture binoculars, new additions to an existing binocular family and some must-have accessories for Celestron spotting scopes.

The Echelon series of binoculars is sure to impress everyone with its superior optical performance, especially in lowlight conditions. The series is assembled in the USA and features large-aperture 70 mm objective lenses, BaK-4 prisms and fully multicoated optics featuring Celestron’s proprietary XLT coatings. Echelon is available in three magnifications: 10x, 16x and 20x. The superior optics are encased in nitrogen-purged, rubber-armored aluminum housings and are fully waterproof and fogproof.  The Echelon series caters to the hunter or outdoorsman who needs high magnification and extreme light-gathering ability.

The popular Nature DX binocular line is expanding in 2014 with three new large-aperture 56 mm models in 8x, 10x and 12x magnifications. Nature DX has proven to be a high-quality optic at an affordable price point. The new models make the line even more versatile offering a size for every outdoor adventure imaginable.

Celestron offers a range of high-quality spotting scopes for every outdoor need. And now, Celestron is adding some useful accessories to help outdoorsmen take full advantage of everything spotting scopes have to offer. Two eyepieces are now available for the popular Regal M2 ED series. The 27LER is a long eye relief eyepiece optimized for target shooters, while the 30WA offers a wide field of view. Both feature proprietary XLT fully multicoated optics, and waterproof, nitrogen purged housings

The TrailSeeker Tripod is a must-have for any spotting scope user. Constructed of lightweight aluminum, it weighs in at just 3.9 lbs. The tripod features a two-way fluid pan head with a unique one knob adjustment, multiple leg angles and a quick-release plate. This versatile tripod extends to 70.5″and folds to a compact 24″.  With the TrailSeeker Tripod, you can use your Celestron spotting scope confidently on any terrain.

Take Celestron with you wherever 2014 takes you, on any outdoor excursion in any weather condition, with a binocular or accessory from its new product lineup.

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