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New Nikon Monarch 7 10x42 Binoculars
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on 10-3-2018.
Item Description
  • Fully multi-coated ED lenses maintain clear, bright images, even in less-than-ideal conditions
  • Phase-correction-coated prisms create ultra-sharp, high-contrast images
  • Durable rubber-armored coating handles tough outdoor environments and conditions
  • Wide field-of-view of 351 feet at 1000 yards
  • Close-focus capability to 8.2 feet
  • Smooth central focus knob makes bringing objects into view smooth and easy
  • More comfort and custom eye relief with multi-setting click stop eyecups
  • Waterproof, fogproof and rubber armor-coated
  • Focusing system: Central focus
  • Magnification: 10x
  • Objective diameter: 42 mm
  • Angular field of view (real): 6.7 degrees
  • Angular field of view (apparent): 60.7 degrees
  • FOV at 1000 yards: 351 feet
  • Close focus distance: 8.2 feet
  • Exit pupil: 4.2 mm
  • Relative brightness: 17.6
  • Eye relief: 16.4 mm
  • Phase coating: Yes
  • Dielectric coating: Yes
  • Waterproof/Fogproof: Yes
  • Prism: Roof
  • ED glass: Yes
  • Color: Black
  • Dimensions (L x W) 5.6 x 5.1 inches
  • Weight: 23.6 ounces
  • Manufacturer warranty: Lifetime warranty
Buyer Reviews
I spend a lot of time behind binos every year. This last year my old Nikon's were lost when I loaned them to a friend, so I was forced to purchase a new pair of Monarchs. When I first received the new M7 10X42 I was impressed by how light and compact they were. When I looked through them I was even more impressed by how bright and crisp the image was. Clarity was all the way from edge to edge. I then compared them to my very high dollar binos in the same specifications (which are about 10 years old but very well cared for) both during the day and at low light. The new M7 actually out performed this binocular that cost 4X as much in every aspect of a binocular I would consider important in a purchasing decision. If you are looking for great optics, look no further than the new Monarch 7. They would be a great deal even if they cost twice as much. If Nikon comes out with a Monarch 7 in 15 or 20's I may have to sell my high dollar 15X56 binos and purchase these instead, all the while saving over $1K!
Features & Specs
Nikon Monarch 7 10X42PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTSExtra-Low Dispersion Glass ElementsRoof Prisms with Phase CorrectionFully Multicoated OpticsWide Angle Viewing