SPD Solar FlipDot reflex optic features a folding reflex lens assembly, the red dot can be operated via two different power sources (via solar cells or battery), and a modular KPM mounting system (KeyMod/ Picatinny/ M-LOK). The reflex lens can folds flat against the optic body when not in use and the folding lens can be quickly deployed with the press of the ambidextrous side levers. The Solar cells are mounted on top of the reflex sight and will power the red dot whenever there is sufficient sun light on the solar cells. The red dot automatically turns on, when there is sufficient sun light. The SPD FlipDot can also be powered by the onboard CR2032 battery. The battery should be used when there isn't enough sun light, when using the optics indoors, or when using the optic at night. A red LED indicator on top of the optic by the solar cells will turn on when the red dot is powered by the battery. Includes: The FlipDot features side mounted + button to turn on the red dot under battery power mode. You can adjust the brightness level up or down when powered by the battery, via the side + & - buttons. The FlipDot is equipped the KPM modular mount for mounting onto KeyMod/ Picatinny/ M-LOK rails and slots. Mounts onto rails with a quick release Picatinny mount. The Picatinny mount can also be removed to reveal the KeyMod and M-LOK base. Optic includes the KeyMod shoe an M-LOK compatible T-nut. US Patent Pending.
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- NcSTAR VISM SPD Solar Flipdot with KPM Mounting System
UPC#: 848754009722

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Flip lens plus quick release times solar powered, so about 80 moa?

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Actually very accurate ... 5 shots touching at 50 yards with my Ruger pcc

Solid little optic for the $ of your talking about the reticle it’s a very tight 3 moa dot

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Well paint me surprised. How long have you been using it? Durability is what I question not initial sighting. Have had chinesium junk that can handle range day and go tits up. Also curious if it can handle a heavier load than a 9mm pcc.

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