Oberwerk XL Multi-Reticle Finder


Oberwerk XL Multi-Reticle Finder

(7 customer reviews)


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The Oberwerk XL MRF (Multi-Reticle Finder) projects an easy-to-see reticle, focused at infinity, that is selectable between 4 patterns (shown below), and 2 colors (red and green), mrfpattwith 5 brightness levels 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.  It’s helpful for quickly lining up the binocular with a distant target. Steer the binocular so the reticle pattern is on your target, then when you look through the binocular eyepieces, your target will be in the middle of the field of view. The XL MRF has a red-anodized aluminum body which matches the red trim on XL eyepieces, as well as the trim rings on the XL-ED models. Mounts directly to the XL Series Picatinny rail handle.  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"

7 reviews for Oberwerk XL Multi-Reticle Finder

  1. Matthew Wheeler (verified owner)

    Very nice finder. Good quality and works great with my BT100XL

  2. David Rees (verified owner)

    Very nice. Simplifies the use of my Oberwerk XL 100mm bino set.

  3. Olivier Chaffanjon

    Gorgeous finder. very intuitive. Many options: pointer intensity, pointer color, pointer shape. The battery is a CR2032’: very common . In addition , the look and feel is the same as the telescope,

  4. Don Pasqualini (verified owner)

    This finder-scope will be a game changer for me. It makes finding any object that I see with the naked eye fast and easy.

  5. Richard Kunz

    Great add-on and reasonably priced. It’s the first finder scope that I’ve owned, so for me the instructions could have been a little more detailed.

  6. DJ (verified owner)

    An excellent finder to add to the rig. Attaches easily and positively to the Picatinny rail without any shifting – this means, it maintains alignment very well and makes it a doddle to traverse the night sky. If I had to pick a nit, it would be nice to replace the hex head for attaching to the rail with some kind of a knob – it would be easier to get on and off in the dark without fumbling with a hex head key.

  7. Mark Shale (verified owner)

    This reticle finder is easy to install and adjust. Construction is very good. It’s best for daytime use; at night for astronomy the illuminated reticle was simply too bright to be useful, even on its lowest setting, except for the moon. For stars and dim celestial objects, the reticle light would wash out the object. It’s too bad that the finder light can’t be dimmed further.

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