It says Multi Coated Optics which is a step lower than Fully Multi Coated. Wherever there are coatings, the coatings are multi-coatings. But, there probably aren't coatings everywhere. Of course, the only thing with antireflection coatings on it is the corrector - unless they are counting the diagonal prism.
Or, since the mirrors are not multi-coated, they can't say fully multi coated.
The categories, as I understand them are:
Coated - single coating but not on all air to glass surfaces.
Fully Coated - single coating on all air to glass surfaces.
Multi Coated - several layer coatings, but not on all air to glass surfaces.
Fully Multi Coated - several layers of coatings on all air to glass surfaces.
That's my understanding, but as I always say, I could be wrong.
The mirror and secondary are not enhanced coated, just likely SiO over aluminum. If it were anything else, you'd hear about it.
The good news is that since it is classified as a Spotting Scope, the buyer is given a lifetime warranty. Not the case with astronomical telescopes. It's probably done for competitive reasons.
It's just like Newts. If a scope says 114mm f/8, but doesn't mention it being a paraboloid, you can bet it's a sphere. Which is likely okay in a case like that.
Edited by Joe1950, 23 June 2016 - 11:36 AM.