Yukon NVMT 1x24 Head Mount Kit
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The NVMT 1x24 Head Gear Kit incorporates the exciting element of hands-free night vision with the quality and value of a 1x24 monocular. The NVMT 1x24 monocular uses no magnification so that users can see a clear image with no distortion or change in depth perception. The small, compact monocular is secured to the head gear by a mounting system that sits easily on the front head strap so that the NVMT can be flipped up when not in use or flipped down when activated; the NVMT head gear is designed to be used with your right eye only and can not be interchanged for the left. The 1x24 also features separately activated Pulse system IR illuminator that uses a pulsating infrared beam to enhance night vision viewing capabilities. A simple detaching mechanism allows the monocular to be taken off the mount for hand-held use. Additional accessories for the NVMT 1x24 are the NVMT IR Flashlight, Riflescope Conversion Kit and Digital Camera Adapter. The NVMT Goggle 1x24 is backed by Yukon’s Limited Lifetime Warranty.
The NVMT 1x24 Head Gear Kit combines a compact and lightweight 1x24 monocular with generation 1 night vision capabilities and secure headgear that positions the monocular for hands-free viewing. The NVMT 1x24 monocular uses no magnification so that users can see a clear image without distortion or change in depth perception. The small, compact monocular is secured to the head gear by a mounting system that sits easily on the front head strap. The monocular can be flipped up when not in use and flipped down when activated. (please note: the NVMT head gear is designed to be used with your right eye only and can not be interchanged for the left). The 1x24 also features separately activated Pulse system IR illuminator that uses a pulsating infrared beam to enhance night vision viewing capabilities. A simple detaching mechanism allows the monocular to be taken off the mount for hand-held use.
- Hands-free operation
- Photo/Video equipment adaptable
- Integrated (25mW) IR illuminator with focusing beam
- Integrated "On/Off" and "IR activation" LED indicators
- Two built-in 1/4-inch tripod sockets
- Weather resistant construction
- Lens cap secured to the monocular body
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
- Image Intensifier tube classification: Gen 1
- Magnification: 1x
- Lens diameter: 24 millimeters
- Field of view: 30 degrees
- Resolution (typical): 32 to 36 lp/mm
- Focus range: one yard to infinity
- Eye relief: 12 millimeters
- Diopter adjustment: +/- 4
- Detection distance (approximate): up to 160 yards
- Effective IR illuminator distance: up to 100 yards
- Power supply: 3V (CR 123A) battery
- Estimated battery life (without IR): up to 30 hours
- Operating temperature: -22 to +104 degrees Fahrenheit
- Dimensions (without head gear): 5.6 by 3.4 by 2.4 inches
- Weight (without head gear): 13.4 ounces
What's in the Box?
NVMT Head Gear (#29031), protective carrying case, wrist strap
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Will one be Rambo with one of these devices? No, this is only gen 1, and it is not good enough for that. However, it would be easy to navigate stealthily through the woods with this. The head gear is somewhat uncomfortable, and it is not easy to adjust quickly for different users. I also think I would prefer the goggles, but I could not pass these up for the price.
Edit: I have used these to navigate some trails in the woods. There was a decent moon out the night I went out. I also went down some trails that were pitch black as there was literally no moonlight on the trail. I got to use my my night vision under a variety of circumstances in one night. When I was out in the open, I was able to see a considerable distance without the IR lamp on. I would estimate I had about a 200 to 300 foot range of visibility, and it was easy to make out items. On the darkened trails, I had to use my IR lamp. It was hard to estimate the range I could see as the trails I was hiking had a lot of twists and turns. The image was very clear in both situations. Initially, I thought I would have preferred goggles over a monocular device. However, I did not find it too bad to navigate wearing the single lense. There were times I could see nearby obstacles with my naked eye which probably was better than using the goggles and always having to fight with the focus (looking close and far). Another benefit to the monocular is that I preserved my natural night vision in my left eye. I have also heard some people mention they get eye fatigue wearing goggles. I am still happy with my night vision.
it has been no moon and overcast weather lately and that makes things tuff for night vision but this is where
the IR comes in very handy the specs say that you will get 100 yards or soo with the IR on as is the norm that is not totaly true but to their credit i am able to get about 80 yards out of it which is pretty impressive because the clarity is very good for a gen one unit i have used a few before and they were not as good as this i can clearly see a garage with lights on it in detail at 250 yards and one could make out people walking around with no problems as long as they were in the light now if you had a good moon in the sky on a clear night its pretty much daylight i have also seen people saying that your eyes can see just as well once they are ajusted to the dark now is somewhat true you can see but even after hours in the dark things are still fuzzy with the night vision things are crisp and clear to the same distance you can see this being in total darkness with any kind of light be it from a street light or the moon its night and day no pun intended i am able to see my horses from 200 yards in failing light after sunset (less light then a full moon) from 200 yards and can see their eyes from 100 yards in pitch black with IR long story short sturdy but light weight build (means there is less weight to hit the ground if you drop it)
thus doing less damage to the unit the head mount is comfy enough to use for a few hours i did about four hours nonstop and needed a break if one were to put a winter cap or something like that on it would be alot nicer but i am very happy with my purchase and if i had to do it all over again i would do it the same if you want more for your money (for once with NV) get this unit just dont expect it to be a anvis9 or like what you see on tom clancy games
I am back about ten months later and i have to say im very happy with the setup i have used it in overcast stars pitchblack room full moon rain snow fog and at -7 degrees with no major problems at all it is holding up very well soo far i have dropped it once it fell off a table onto hardwood floor didnt hurt it at all the only bad thing i have to say is my focus ring on the front wobbles pretty bad and that is from me putting the cap on without screwing it back to 0 before doing so and thats my only complaint still works just fine and im sure ill replace it at some point one thing i would like to point out for someone who has never used gen1 NVGs is what this will do for you it wont make it into day time if you can see something with your eyes but its all fuzzy like you can make out outlines of trees or what ever at say 300yards (with moonlight) this with focusing with make that image very clear so you can tell what your looking at with no moon that range is cut to less than 100yards with full moon it is almost as good as daylight!!! i can see miles with full moon i really need to get another with 5x lens anyways bottom line need a good affordable nvg this is a good option