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1-year limited warranty
List Price $30.00 Save $5.05 (16%)
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Glasses are not included.
*These statements may seem at odds with each other, so EyePal's inventor provided this clarification: "The peripheral vision immediately surrounding the image of the target/game is obscured. Outside of that small area is the much larger area of the remaining peripheral vision -- all the way to the limit of your field of view. You can 'see' that unobscured peripheral vision while aiming."
See clearly instantly! Functions like a peep sight. Put the EyePal on the lens of your reading glasses and watch as your iron sights come into sharp focus. Beside seeing the target clearly, both sights will be sharp, too.
EyePal apertures are guaranteed. Should you lose an EyePal aperture or it fails to stick, don’t worry! Contact EyePal USA directly, or call Pyramyd Air’s Customer Service.
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Things I liked: I bought an adjustable aperture sight many years ago. I had gotten to the point that I could no longer see the open sights very clearly. I'm sure an adjustable aperture is quite expensive now. These inexpensive EyePal sights work about as well. A definite improvement for your shooting.
Things I liked: Simply put...they work great! They cling to your safety glasses somehow, without adheasive. You can re-postion it for the most natural view.
Things I would have changed: Nothing. They may cost a few pennies to produce, but so what. You are paying for improved vision.
What others should know: To re-postion, use the sharp point of a Exacto knife to lift, rather than trying it with you fingernail. Position it to work for both single and two hand shooting (if you do both).
Things I liked: These little things work as advertised. Nice storage compartment is included.
Things I would have changed: Nothing really except the price...
What others should know: If you're having trouble focusing on your sights, you should give these a try. They improve sharpness on the sights and help keep the target in focus. They work like a camera lens F-stop system. Essentially closing the aperture to a very small diameter which helps keep the entire field of view in focus. But just like a lens, the light drops off dramatically so brightness on target and sights is reduced. Not a problem if you're shooting in bright environment.
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