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ProVision 100 PV300 Flexible Fiberoptic Scope

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  • Flexible cable fits openings as small as 1/2 inch
  • Focus is adjustable with one hand
  • 36-inch omni-directional cable bends in every direction
  • Powerful lamp illuminates dark crevices
  • Sealed lens and cable are submersible
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Product Description

Have you ever wished you could see behind a wall or into a tight work area to diagnose a problem or avoid accidentally drilling into pipes or other hidden obstacles? Now you can. Whether rebuilding an engine, clearing a clogged drain, or peering behind a wall, ProVision's flexible fiber-optic scope is the ideal tool for the job. Rugged and water-resistant, the fiber-optic scope provides a clear line of sight into spaces as tight as 1/2 inch. One-handed focusing and light control make the tool easy to operate, while the flexible cable bends easily in any direction yet is still firm enough to maintain its position until readjusted. The visibility? Thanks to the high resolution lens, the fiber-optic scope focuses on objects as close as 3/4 inch, with a wide 40-degree field of view. --Carl Thress

From the Manufacturer

Inspect impossible to reach places. The ultimate hand tool for diagnosis and exploration. The Flexible cable fits in openings as small as 1/2-inch in diameter allowing you to look behind walls, down into drains, inside engines or hundreds of other inaccessible places without costly demolition or disassembly. Adjustable focus, omni-directional cable bends in every direction, pressure activated light switch, sealed lens and cable are submersible, 36-inch flexible cable, and a powerful lamp to illuminate dark crevices.

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Technical Details
Item Weight2.4 pounds
Product Dimensions44.5 x 3.7 x 2.2 inches
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Item model numberPV300
Warranty Description90 Days
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #1,550,730 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.4 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
Date First AvailableMay 30, 2002
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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By josh jusky on October 13, 2005
I originally purchased the PV300 borescope. The PV300 is a BASE MODEL borescope. The picture of the base model PV300 on Amazon is not accurate. The PV300 did not meet my needs when used in a rugged I returned it and started looking for something else. After a little searching I found the PV300 Eagle "Elite" online for just a few more dollars ($20-$25 more)from an Amazon vendor: I'm much more satisfied with the PV300 Eagle "Elite" then the base model PV300. The smaller, foam filled storage case, the more flexible braided stainless steel shaft, the protective foam boot, and most important of all its clearer optic qualities and a brighter light source make for a top notch piece of equipment. The PV300 Eagle "Elite" is recommended for anyone that needs a high quality, low cost borescope...but if you can settle for second best then maybe the base model PV300 will work for you.
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