Rigel Quik Finder Dew Shield and Heater

The Rigel Quik Finder Dew Shield and Heater from R-Sky Astro Instruments offers a 2 in 1 solution to the problem of dew and frost.

Rigel Quik Finder Dew Shield and HeaterThe Rigel Quik Finder is a popular accessory as it makes star hopping easy by projecting 1/2 and 2 Degree Red circles in focus with the stars. The QuickFinder reticle offers variable intensity as well as both continuous or pulsed illumination with an adjustable duty cycle. Pulsing the reticle on and off allows you to see fainter stars and also prolongs the battery life.

And nasty problems like dew and frost can inhibit its performance and this is where the Rigel Quik Finder Dew Shield and Heater comes in. As the R-Sky Astro Instruments team notes, “It is an efficient and elegant solution to the problem of dew and frost and is basically a must-have for your Rigel Finder!”

You can learn more about the Rigel Quik Finder Dew Shield and Heater here.

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