Celestron Ultima 100 Spotting Scope
A quality spotting scope like the Ultima 100 from Celestron improves a sportsman’s time afield in so many ways. The ability to spot and judge animals from great distances is a huge advantage for hunters. Even on slow days when game is scarce, a spotting scope allows hunters to enjoy viewing non-target wildlife, which keeps them focused and in the field when other hunters grow impatient.
Considering the advantages of a spotting scope, price seems to be the only reason every hunter doesn’t have one. A quality spotting scope need not be a luxury for sportsmen.
A Celestron Ultima Spotting Scope provides a sleek, ergonomic, and versatile design renowned for providing brighter images and exceptional clarity under all lighting conditions. Observe nature in all its forms, on land or in space, with a superior spotting scope at an affordable price.
The Ultima 100 Spotting Scope is available in a Straight or 45-Degree viewing angle. Both feature the largest aperture in the Ultima line. The Ultima 100 mm Refractor Spotting Scope Ultima offers more than 50 percent brighter images than the 80mm, allowing for better performance in low-light conditions. The 100mm refractor features excellent multi-coated optics packed into a portable and durable refractor design and comes standard with a 22-66x zoom eyepiece.
This Ultima series from Celestron was designed to perform well in a range of viewing situations, making it a great all-around optical instrument. You’ll love it for observing nature and long-distance spotting, and since it is completely waterproof, you can feel comfortable using it in extreme weather. The green rubber optical tube allows for subtle observation in any environment. Ultima spotters are a great companion for any nature or outdoor enthusiast. A soft carrying case is included.
The Ultima 100 Spotting Scope retails for $399.95, and it comes with a limited lifetime warranty. For the product’s usable lifetime, Celestron will cover repairs or replacement of this product in cases of defective components or damage from normal wear and tear.
For more information on Celestron spotting scopes, please visit www.celestron.com.
Wes White represents the collective — yet individual — voice of the Western Whitetail editorial staff.