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Replacement parts for Tasco binoculars

I am looking for a viewing eye replacement part. It is the round piece that covers the lens you look through. It is the rubber piece that seals the area around your eye that you view through.

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You'll need to measure your eyepiece in "mm". Also determine if your eyepiece has an outer ring the eyepiece will slip over. You can find eyecups/guards on Ebay. Search under Binocular Eyecup or Binocular Eye Guard. There are also eyecups under "rubber eyecups/rubber eyeguards" but alot of these are for Microscopes and may not fit. You will need to pay close attention to the mounting type and measurements.

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