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Nicholas Brawer's Mid-Century Navy Binoculars Have War-Time Roots

By: Jaime Neely - Published: • References: nicholasbrawer & uncrate
The Mid-Century Naval Binoculars designed by Nicholas Brawer are a sleek and luxurious set of seeing aids that are modeled after the Imperial Japanese Army Battery Commander’s Binoculars used in World War Two. While the Mid-Century Naval Binoculars are infused with "war-time roots" they still manage to appear brand-new and very high-end with their perfectly polished finish and shimmering metal.

This set of binoculars is the perfect boating accessory for the summer and will have any boat, dock or cottage seriously swagged out. Whether you decide to actually use the Mid-Century Binoculars or enjoy them as a decorative collector's item piece from the war, they will certainly capture the attention of anyone who sees them. The Mid-Century Naval Binoculars have not yet been priced. Stats for Bodacious Boating Accessories Trending: Older & Chilly
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