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Yukon NVMT 2 (3x42) WP

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Reviews and Problems with Yukon NVMT 2 (3x42) WP

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YUKON NVMT 3X42 SEA WOLF NIGHT VISION REVIEW

UrbanRanger, opticsplanet.com
10 October 2012
  • Summary: I have been in the market for an affordable night vision unit for over 1 year. I couldn't decide which unit to purchase because I limited my budget to under $300. After assessing my needs, I came to the conclusion that I would mainly use it for spotting critters at night during hunting and having fun with my son while camping. This unit does just that ! It works perfectly, it is rugged and most of all water proof.
  • Pros: easy to use, value for the money, fits my needs
  • Cons: none
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Great Value

urbanenomad, opticsplanet.com
7 April 2012
  • Summary: I bought the ATN viper and didn't like it and exchanged it for this one. The yukon has a larger lens which allows for more light and a better image. For the price it is a great value.
  • Pros: Cost, larger lens, works good but not great at low light, easy to use
  • Cons: Can be a bit blurry, but what do you expect at this price range
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Basic type for beginner

planehunter, opticsplanet.com
31 January 2012
  • Summary: Handy size and easy to use but the adjustable lens end don't stay in place. For a basic unit the cost makes it handy to have in a back pack if you get caught out in the dark.
  • Pros: Water resistant, carry case, simple to use
  • Cons: clarity of view, viewing range
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Yukon Night Vision

mosodak, opticsplanet.com
30 December 2011
  • Summary: It is sensitive enough, that I have to leave the cover on even at night in a decently lit parking lot. Haven't found an area dark enough to totally evaluate it in total darkness.
  • Pros: Easy to use
  • Cons: None for the price
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Great Value for Money

demsco, opticsplanet.com
27 December 2011
  • Summary: First off, some reviews think that a $200 or $300 unit should be equal to military generation 2 NV, really? There is no comparison because military units cost thousands vs. hundreds for Yukon products. For the money this is a great deal, period. I now own 3 Yukons and they all work as they are supposed to. In fact, I was impressed by the quality of these cheaper units. A good buy for the money and do not expect military level NV.
  • Pros: It works, cheap, and reliable
  • Cons: not the best NV, but for under $300...
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Hunter's Advantage

jiaomen, opticsplanet.com
12 December 2011
  • Summary: I found this product to be well worth the money. I have no complaints. If you're like me and want to have an edge this hunting season, or you just want to observe wild life at night, this is what you need.
  • Pros: Price,
  • Cons: None
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Birthday Present

Sunny Brooks, opticsplanet.com
17 October 2011
  • Summary: I bought this as a birthday present for my husband. He loves it! He comments regularly about all the features and how cool it is. Glad I got it for him.
  • Pros: my husband liked everything about it
  • Cons: none
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Sea Wolf 3x42

BBTraveler, opticsplanet.com
26 February 2011
  • Summary: This is my first night vision scope so I'm no pro with these things. I picked this unit because it is water - tight, and has 3x42 optics which I think will suit me out on the water and will try it this spring. I did take it into a natural area last night - it was overcast and I thought the image was pretty amazing. I could see down a straight 1/3 mile trail that leads to a bay and I could see the reflected flashes of a lighthouse off the water that is many miles away.
  • Pros: Sharp Image, bright illuminator, price
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Yukon Sea Wolf 3 x 42

Tim, opticsplanet.com
11 October 2010
  • Summary: I have no complaints at all. I use it on the boat and in the woods.Ti
  • Pros: Small and compact
  • Cons: None
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great nightvision

frank, opticsplanet.com
29 January 2010
  • Summary: great unit ir can be turned off waterproof visibility is good for 1st gen im happy with it ;] great for night fishing and boating
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