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Nikon Monarch 7 Binoculars
Reg: $479.99 - $499.99
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Nikon Monarch 7 Binoculars - Representing an entirely new level of Monarch, this new binocular bestows the latest in optical innovation upon the passions of its owner, while the dynamic handling and rugged performance leave zero doubt as to its lengthy All Terrain Binocular heritage.
Nikon Monarch 7 Binoculars - In specifications alone, the new Monarch 7 excels with tangibles such as an extremely lightweight body, ergonomic proportions and a sturdiness that's evident at first glance and during long days afield. The hallmark of the Monarch 7 is its optical system - a seamless carrier of light that utilizes Nikon's premium ED (Extra-low Dispersion) glass and proprietary lens and prism coatings. This heart of the Monarch 7 not only pushes resolution and brightness to extreme levels, but it further enhances your viewing experience with an amazing field of view, close-focus capability and comfortable eye relief.
- Phase-Correction-Coated Prisms
- Fully Multicoated Lenses
- Durable Rubber-Armored Coating
- Smooth Central Focus Knob
- Multi-Setting Click Stop Eyecups
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I was looking at several different binoculars, Vortex Talon HD, Vortex Viper HD, Redfiled Rebel and Leupold BX-4, to name a few. I found myself quickly going back and forth between the Viper HD and Monarch 7 as the top performers. As far as clarity goes, I could not easily discern a difference between the two. The field of the view on the Monarch was quite wide compared to the Viper though and, along with lower price point, was what tipped the scales for me. Testing these in my house at night with all of the lights off and only ambient moon light coming through the cracks in the blinds I could not see a thing with the naked eye however when I pulled the Monarch up to view I could suddenly see. Now don't be fooled I'm not talking about "who turned the lights on" see but rather I could now make out a DVD/Book Case about 12 yards away. While I couldn't quite read the text on the DVD splines I could see that there was writing so the contrast was still very nice, in my opinion, for an environment in which I couldn't see my hand in front of my face. For the price point 400-700 I could not find or ask for a better optic. I'm sure I will be replacing my rifle scope soon so it can compete with the light gathering and clarity of these binoculars.
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|Item #||Color||Weight||Magnification||Objective Diameter (mm)||Brand||Dimensions||Eye Relief (in)||Price||Quantity|
|1301920||Black||22.9 oz||8x||42.0||Nikon||5.6"x5.1"||17.1 mm.||
|1301921||Black||23.6 oz||10x||42.0||Nikon||5.6"x5.1"||16.4 mm.||