Zhumell 7x50mm Marine Binoculars with Compass and Reticle

Item #ZHUG011-1

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  • $179.98
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  • Nautical use binocular with compass feature
  • Rangefinder reticle to calculate distance or size of objects
  • Salt-water safe
  • Individual eyepiece focus- set it once and forget it
  • Uses SR44 lithium battery
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  • Description

    Binoculars for land and sea...


    Zhumell's 7x50 Marine binocular blends tough, dependable, nautical-grade optics with a stable, easy-to-read compass and range-finding capability. These binoculars are produced to be as useful to hunters and outdoors persons as they are to mariners.

    Large, 50-millimeter objective lenses gather enough light to use the Zhumell 7x50 Marine binoculars well past sunset and well before dawn, and the large, illuminated, inner compass snaps to magnetic north. With a reticle to calculate the distance or size of an object, this binocular is an absolutely invaluable marine or hunting instrument. It will guide you to an accurate compass point or give you range to target without your ever looking up from the eyecups.

    The waterproof 7x50 Zhumell binoculars with internal illuminated compass and range-finding reticle is nitrogen-filled to increase resistance against fogging brought on by sudden changes in temperature. Its rubber coating reduces impact shock, while increasing grip - even for gloved hands. And optically, it's excellent with fully multi-coated lenses and BaK-4 prisms to give sharp, clear images, even in dim light.

    A unique, independent-eye, focus system assures easy, one-hand use, too. Just set the focus and you won't need to focus again to view any object beyond 15 feet away.

    With Zhumell 7x50 Marine binoculars, you'll always know where you're going. Perhaps it's time to focus in on a pair!

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    Shipping Restrictions

    Only ships in contiguous USA.

    What's Included

    One-piece Rainguard and Attached Objective Lens Covers, Nylon Carry Case with Accessory Pocket, Nylon Neck Strap, Lens Cloth

  • Dimensions & Specifications

    Binoculars Series

    Zhumell Marine Binoculars



    Close Focusing Distance

    15 ft.

    Dimensions (in)

    5.5H x 8.5L x 3.6W Inches

    Exit Pupil

    7.1 mm

    Eye Relief

    22 mm



    Field of View at 1000 Yards

    367 ft.

    Focus Type

    Individual Focus


    7x 50

    Magnification Code


    Objective Lens Diameter

    50 mm

    Objective Lens Size Code


    Prism Type

    Porro Prism Binoculars


    Full Size Binoculars




    44 oz.




    Download the Zhumell 7x50 Marine Binoculars with Compass and Reticle Manual
    Zhumell Warranty Information
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Customer Q&A

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  • Q1: Do these float?

    A: I am sorry but no they do not float, there are however Marine neck straps available that will make the binocular float.

  • Q2: I watch airliners take off and land from my house which is between several major airports. how well do these binoculars pick up at 28 to 30 thousand feet? my opera glasses can pick up at about 15 thousand feet and even read the airline names but they are old and have no sun filters. can I expect better from these binoculars?

    A: You can definitely expect better as a standard opera glass is only 3x the naked eye while these are 7x though there is not a sun filter that I know of.

  • Q3: Is the compass/reticule displayed in the binoculars all the time, or can it be turned off so the binoculars can be used without it as binoculars without the compass/recticule?

    A: All the time.

  • Q4: Measuring Distance, Height and angle. Please can you confirm in the equation L=H/MILS x 1000, what is MILS?? Miles? millimeters?

    A: The MILS stands for mil dots. The number on the reticle vertically is that.

  • Q5: What % of light gathering do the Zhumell 7x50 marine binoculars with compass have?

    A: IF you're referring to light transmission, that runs about 92%. As far as light-gathering ability is concerned, these binoculars have a "twilight factor" of 18.7, which means in general that they will perform quite well in low-light conditions.

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