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eyecup

 [i´kup]
1. a small vessel formerly used for application of cleansing or medicated solution to the exposed area of the eyeball.

eyecup

/eye·cup/ (-kup)
1. a small vessel for application of cleansing or medicated solution to the exposed area of the eyeball.
2. optic cup (2).

eyecup

(ī′kŭp′)
n.
1. A small cup with a rim contoured to fit the socket of the eye, used for applying a liquid medicine or wash to the eye. Also called eye bath, eyeglass.
2. Embryology See optic cup.

eyecup

a small vessel or cup that is shaped to fit over the eyeball and used to bathe the exposed surface of the eye.

eyecup

A small vessel made of glass, plastic or porcelain, used to bathe the eye.
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The eyecup is an absolute must have on the AN/PVS-14 and all other night vision devices (like the AN/PVS-7's).
Long eye relief and click-adjustable rubber eyecups make them compatible for anyone, including eyeglass wearers.
I've used rangefinders like Leica's Rangemaster CRF 1000-R ($599) to take multiple landmark readings while stalking Western game so that I know how close I'm getting to a marked buck without showing myself The Rangemaster CRF 1000-R features 7X magnification, an easy-to-read LED display, a scanning mode, and turn-down eyecups.
The viewfinder, eyecup and window size of the magnifier have been enlarged for a more comfortable viewing experience.
The patented eyecup system adjusts in tiers and locks into place to accommodate users with or without glasses.
Complete with a Hardigg iM2306 Storm Case, eyecup, daylight filter, batteries and operator's manual, the MV-760 night vision weapon sight sells for $4,599 with a two-year warranty.
The Macroscope has rubber-armor coating and features a twist-up/twist-down eyecup.
It has just one button for on and off functionality, focuses easily and features an LCD display and eyecup that allow an operator to easily view the camera's image, even when wearing glasses, a face shield or a gas mask.
2)emergency personal eye wash bottle made from polyethylene material fitted with a eyecup having a snap on cap.
I do think the internal LED display is too bright in low-light situations, and I'd prefer some low-power magnification and a beefed-up eyecup on the viewfinder.