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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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Sturdy, reliable and again spec-friendly with roll-down eyecups.
The new binocular is fogproof and waterproof down to 16 feet, and it comes with Steiner's Fast-Close-Focus technology, ergonomic eyecups, Nano-Protection hydrophobic molecular lens coating, and durable Makrolon housing.
Multi-position eyecups ensure comfortable eye relief, and a smooth focus dial and right-eye diopter deliver optimal focusing.
HD lenses reduce color fringing, removable twist-in eyecups offer an intermediate stage for optimal adjustment between the ocular lens and the eye, and the non-slip focusing wheel provides close focusing to infinity focus in less than two turns.
Helical, multiple-stop eyecups make more sense than straight-pull eyecups that can collapse when you press them against your brow.
Eyecups are adjustable for glasses and the center focus is easily handled with a forefinger.
Moreover, the anti-fog, shatter-resistant lenses ensure total visual protection, as do the foam-sealed eyecups, which keep wind, water, and tiny flying debris at bay.
Other noteworthy features include twist-up eyecups with multi-stop function (making the binoculars the most accommodating in their class for eyeglass/sunglass wearers), an extra-short close focusing distance of 4.
Other features of this waterproof and fogproof bino/rangefinder combo include long eye relief, turn-and-slide rubber eyecups, ergonomic design, and a protective rubber-armor coating.
Features on all models Include BaK-4 porro prisms, fully multi-coated lenses, twist-up eyecups and a large center-focus knob.
Also, turn-and-slide rubber eyecups with multi-click are provided to make it easy to position the user's eyes at the appropriate eyepoint.