Nikon Monarch 7 ATB Binoculars
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Enjoy extreme resolution and brightness from your binoculars with the Monarch® 7 ATB Binoculars from Nikon®. Packed with Nikon technology to satisfy the needs of today’s hardcore outdoorsmen and women, Nikon has also built the Monarch 7 to last with its proven All Terrain Binocular (ATB) construction. This binocular combines Nikon's Extra-low Dispersion optical glass with Dielectric Multilayer Prism Coatings, phase correction coatings, and fully multicoated lenses to push image quality to the extreme. Applied to all of the lens and prism surfaces, the Dielectric Multilayer Prism Coatings deliver clear, high-contrast images, accurate color reproduction, and brightness levels comparable to the human eye. Phase-correction coatings enhance resolution, contrast and true color rendition, while the fully multicoated lenses ensure clear, bright images even in less-than-ideal weather. Nitrogen-filled and O-ring sealed on the inside for trustworthy fogproof and waterproof performance, the Monarch 7 features durable rubber armor coating on the outside for protection and to give you a sure grip. Comfortable and ergonomic central focus knob easily brings objects into focus. Multiple setting, click stop eyecups offer custom eye relief for comfort and to help you enjoy a full field of view every time.
- Technologically superior binoculars with tough as nails construction
- Dielectric multilayer prism coating, phase correction coating, and multicoated lenses
- Maximized brightness and higher-resolution viewing
- Accurate color reproduction for outstanding low-light performance
- Tough, ergonomic exterior - durable rubber armor coating
- Quick central focusing
- Extra-long eye relief for eyeglass wearers - multiple setting, click stop eyecups
- 100% waterproof/fogproof
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 10
Rated 5 out of 5 by AZBirdHunter Very Happy with Purchase
Bought a set of 8x42 for hunting. Compared multiple sets at store in low light. You can get slightly better quality for a lot more money. Really like the light weight, ease of adjustment and field of view. Have only had about a month with no issues so far.
May 29, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Geranz H2O proof, eye ease
Monarch 7 is a solid and rugged binocular w/ high end adjustable eye cups, smooth & accurate center focus operation & great field of view. I also recommend it for its ability to close focus within 2.2 meters!
December 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5
by Rugman1956 Well worth the money!
I have several pairs of better binoculars I use for hunting, the Nikon Monarch 7's 10x42, Zeiss Conquest 10 x 42, Vortex Razor HD 10 x 42 and a pair of Swarovsky SL 10 x 50's. The binoculars range in price from $500 for the Nikons, $1000 for the Zeiss, $1280 for the Vortex and $2400+ for the Swarovsky's.
I have compared all four side by side in bright light and at dusk on numerous occasions. The Swarovski were hands down the best but they should be at more than twice the price of any of the others. Both the Swarovsky and Vortex have substantially better clarity and low light transmission then the Zeiss or the Nikons. The Vortex don't hold a candle to the Swarovskis but they are considerably better binos then the Nikons or the Zeiss, sharper and much better light transmission than either of them.
When I compare the Nikons to the Zeiss I cannot see any noticeable difference between the two of them. Both are equally clear, equally good in low light situations and both have equally good ergonomics.
Given that the Vortex Razors and Zeiss Conquest are twice the price (or more) of the Nikon I would strongly.recommend the Nikon Monarch 7 ATB's. Focus and diopter adjustments are very good, eye cups and rubber armor are excellent and basic performance is more than commendable for binoculars in this price range.
I think that the Nikon Monarch 7 ATB's are a great choice for those looking for a good quality, moderately priced binoculars.
December 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by D. Nikon is different than the competition
I just purchased the Monarch7 10x42 after four trips to the local sporting goods store to compare their huge selection of competing brands. The final comparison was at dusk, outside the store. After multiple frustrating attempts to see any significant difference between brands within the brightly lit store, I did the dusk test. Even then, it was difficult until close to darkness. However, Nikon was obviously superior in color contrast and sharp focus than the other brands. The store employee who was assisting agreed in the end, after he previously recommended another brand. He is now converted to Nikon. The others used for comparison were: Leupold McKinley, Zeiss Conquest, Vortex Razor and Viper. The superior look, feel and operation is a nice bonus.
November 8, 2013
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