Oberwerk Deluxe Multi-Reticle Finder

$49.95

Oberwerk Deluxe Multi-Reticle Finder

(2 customer reviews)

$49.95

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Description

The Oberwerk Deluxe MRF (Multi-Reticle Finder) projects an easy-to-see reticle, focused at infinity, that is selectable between 4 patterns (shown below), in 2 colors (red and green), mrfpattwith continuously-variable brightness using a large easy-to-operate dial.  The reticle can be seen from as close as a couple inches to more than a foot from behind.  The Deluxe MRF has a black power-coated aluminum body and mounts directly to the XL Series Picatinny rail handle.  Optional machined-aluminum dovetail adapters are available for use with the Oberwerk 25/40×100 or BT-100-45, BT-70-45Oberwerk 20×80 Deluxe III, 25x100Deluxe, and the Oberwerk 110mm Ultra Series.  Also compatible with the FAR-Sight Mounting System. CR2032 lithium battery included.

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 6 × 4 in
Product Weight

3.9 oz.

Product Dimensions

L=3", W=1.25", H=2"

2 reviews for Oberwerk Deluxe Multi-Reticle Finder

  1. Dave Howard (verified owner)

    This finder is actually a gun sight, which explains the hood, silvered glass (like sunglasses), and daytime usability. As an amateur astronomer, I have a couple of these zero-power, “red dot” finders for nighttime use, but they’re un-hooded and un-silvered, and are totally ineffective in daylight. This finder’s silvered glass dims the scene sufficiently for the red/green dots to show up, which is what I bought it for, but it dims too much for astronomical use. The unit looks nice, is well-made, and fits Oberwerk’s adapter (for my 20x80mm Deluxe III binoculars). Note that head positioning is important, as there’s no rear component to “auto-align” your eye, but you soon get the hang of it. The binoculars won’t fit in the supplied hard case with the sight installed, so it’s either get a taller case, or fiddle with the sight’s two little Allen set screws every time you attach or detach it. Also, the finder only slides on to the adapter from the front toward the eyepieces, which entails sliding the binocs to and fro on their tripod post rail to clear the big clamping knob. My biggest objection was having to constantly dork with the set screws, so I came up with a better solution. I replaced the set screws with thumb screws instead. The ones I used are actually called “clamping knobs,” and they feature nice, big, thick, 16mm diameter plastic knobs that are very easy to grip, even with gloves on. The stock front and rear screws are different lengths, 30mm and 10mm, respectively. I bought M4-35mm screws from Amazon and cut them to length, saving having to order two sizes. Now it’s no trouble at all to attach/detach the finder, and the knobs even improve the overall appearance, balancing the big lamp brightness/color knob on the right side. My only wish now is for a companion astronomical version of this finder.

    • Kevin Busarow

      The Oberwerk MRF is based on a gun sight, however it is different in two ways- the glass is non-tinted (most gun sights have a colored tint) and the brightness range is greater, allowing it to go dimmer than typical gun sights.

  2. Steven (verified owner)

    Great red or green sight. The choices of different shapes is very helpful depending on your target, and they are variable in intensity.
    My only issue is that the sight is not easily removable from the mount like you find on a telescope. This makes the binoculars difficult to store in their case.

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