Nikon Monarch 7 10×30 Binoculars – Fogproof/Waterproof – Black
- With an apparent angular field of view of more than 60 degrees, the MONARCH 7 30mm binocular makes is easy to find your subject.
- Compact and easy to carry, the dimensions of the MONARCH 7 30mm binocular are 4.7 inches long by 4.8 inches wide, making it more portable than ever before.
- Dielectric High-Reflective Multilayer Prism Coatings are applied to all lenses and prism coatings to provide high-contrast images and accurate color reproduction.
The same great quality as the original Monarch 7 the compacts are even more portable and more convenient to take on your next adventure.
Its improved optical system features 30mm objectives, a wide apparent field of view and Nikon’s ED (Extra-low Dispersion) glass lenses.
Comes with flip down lens caps and soft to the touch neck strap.
Specification: Nikon Monarch 7 10×30 Binoculars – Fogproof/Waterproof – Black
4.6 x 4.8 x 1.2 inches, 15.5 ounces
1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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10 reviews for Nikon Monarch 7 10×30 Binoculars – Fogproof/Waterproof – Black
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Amazon Customer –
When searching for the perfect set of bow hunting binoculars, I kept finding either 25mm or 40mm, the former being a somewhat tight field of view and the latter, just physically too big. These Nikons are the perfect size for my type of bow hunting and the optical quality is excellent. I have several binoculars from the major brands and I love them for long distance or fixed stand set ups but these will be fitting the bill nicely for years to come.
I love these binoculars! I have had them for two months now. I can’t believe the difference in clarity whether I’m looking at ducks out in the middle of the lake or spotting a small warbler in the bushes. They are so light and easy to carry which was a must for me since I also carry a camera and walk 2-4 miles a day with them. I really love these!
Great binos! Sharp, bright, compact. And for those who complain about the top lens cover…they are meant to fall in place off the strap, but if you don’t want to use the strap, place the covers over the lenses and squeeze the binoculars shut. Cover stays just fine! There you go….
Clear, you see more at dusk and dawn than with the naked eye. Light weight. All adjusments are somewhat stiff so will not move while walking the woods. Permanent lens caps a plus.
Trish McCauley –
The binoculars seem very nice, light weight….just what I expected. The packaging to ship was awful. The box with the binoculars was put in an envelope and shipped……it came all crunched, I was shocked that the binoculars were not broken. Had this been a gift, I would have had to return them.
David S.C. –
The lens caps are great. The eyepiece cap falls off all the time, which is quite annoying.Otherwise, these work well, including through a hike up a humid mountain. My camera fogged up for about ten minutes, but I didn’t have the same problem with these.
Martial Burguieres –
I own two pair of Swarovski SLCs. Honestly, day time performance is indistinguishable with the Nikons. The only place the Swarovski’s excel is very early morning and very late evening. I feel these are the best, most durable binoculars for the money.
Almost perfect but the lens caps fall off too easily when not in use. The optics are great and so is the ease of use.
I doubt these can be improved upon much even by the most expensive brands (Swarovski, etc.). For the money they are exceptional value. The image clarity is amazing. They are light but they are definitely not a tiny travel pair though. I would call them more of a small or mid-sized set. For me they are the perfect balance between size, cost and performance.
Trent s. –
I’m in love with my Nikon binocular‘s )Their sharp, clear Great field of view Excellent for hunting,bird watching or whatever your out- door tick maybeI would highly recommend them not only that their $200 cheaper here on Amazon then the big box stores in the Gta