Armasight Hands-Free Night Vision Monocular Kit for Spark / Sirius / Mini-NYX14

Armasight Hands-Free Night Vision Monocular Kit for Spark / Sirius / Mini-NYX14 ANHG000001 is a convenient way to equip your night vision monoculars for hands-free use. When you're conducting operations in the dark, chances are your hands have more important things to do than holding your night vision device, like operating a radio or aiming a weapon. That's why these Armasight night vision accessories come in handy: with the Arma-Sight Spark / Sirius Night Vision Monocular Mounting Set, you can attach your monocular or goggles to a headset for hands-free operation. The night vision accessory is lightweight and comfortable, ideal for long-term use. Armasight has built the night vision goggle kit specifically for the Spark, Sirius, and Mini-NYX14 night vision monoculars. Free your hands to do your duty while maintaining state of the art night vision capabilities with the Arma Sight Night Vision Hands-Free Kit for Mini-NYX14.


RATING
92.25 /100
  • Design

    Excellent

  • Performance

    Excellent

  • Value for money

    Excellent

  • Feature

    Excellent

Specifications for Armasight NV Monocular Goggle Kit:

Compatibility: Spark, Sirius, Mini-NYX14 night vision monoculars

Features of Arma-Sight Goggle Kit for Sirius / Mini-NYX14 / Spark Night Vision Monoculars:

  • Fits Spark, Sirius, and Mini-Nyx14
  • Allows hands-free use of NV monoculars
  • Installs monocular in seconds
  • Lightweight and comfortable, applicable for long time use

1-Armasight Hands-Free Night Vision Monocular Kit for Spark / Sirius / Mini-NYX14
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3-Armasight Hands-Free Night Vision Monocular Kit for Spark / Sirius / Mini-NYX14
4-Armasight Hands-Free Night Vision Monocular Kit for Spark / Sirius / Mini-NYX14
5-Armasight Hands-Free Night Vision Monocular Kit for Spark / Sirius / Mini-NYX14

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Johnathan - Add Reply

It does what it was designed to do, holds the Spark over your left or right eye. In my opinion it is very expensive for what it is but i am not going to build one myself so beggars cant be choosers. I am very happy with how you have quite a few options on which strap to tighten and loosen etc to get the monocular to sit exactly in the right position.

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Nathan - Add Reply

When I rate this "yes" I mean yes(ish). I mean, it works but it's...meh. It's got decent adjustments on it. It fits pretty good. It just feels....like $30, not almost $100. The material doesn't feel cheap...it's one step up from cheap. Just enough so you don't really complain you spent almost $100 on it. Plus, the actual swing arm has some play in it. About a half an inch. What I mean by that is the actual arm the night vision attaches too. It doesn't matter what position out if the three it locks into, it has some movement. When it's down over your eye, it's ok, but if you tilt your head down a little, say to look into your red dot or just look down at an angle for any reason it'll swing away from your eye a little. I've been told by Armasight that's what those bungee cords that you see the high speed guys have on their helmet are for. To hold it still. I didn't point out the obvious, to the guy on the phone, that the head unit his company produces doesn't have those, or a good spot to incorporate them. So I found his response....interesting. But how else are you going to use these hands free not on your rifle?

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Keagan - Add Reply

THIS HEADGEAR, IS LIGHT & ADJUSTS EASILY, HOLDS MONOCULAR SECURLY, USE THIS DRIVING MY SIDE BY SIDE, LOOKING FOR HOGS ON DEER LEASE. Pros: WORKS WELL Cons: NONE

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