Excerpt: sad to say I have to write a negative review about a Nikon product. I gave it two stars because the lenses were fine, unfortunately the cheap plastic housing was abominable. I might have lived with that since the intended usage would have been casual bird watching.
Excerpt: I bought my first Nikon binocular around 1960. The quality was really good. Since then I have owned maybe 15 or 20 of their binoculars. All are of good or better quality tho a couple of late model Action series are just a little weaker than their earlier ones.
Excerpt: I use these binoculars on the archery range to see my patterns an arrow placement between shots. The instant feedback is helpful. I also plan to use them in the field while bow hunting whitetails. I like they way they feel and the size is good.
Excerpt: I gave these as a gift to my sister to facilitate her budding interest in birdwatching. I've been at it for a couple years but she is just picking it up. The body is very well made and sturdy. The pair is a little heavy though in no way restrictive.
Pros: Quality Lenses, Strong Construction, Works Well With Glasses
Excerpt: These are perfect for casual birdwatching or similar activities. The rubberized finish makes them easy to hold. Great field of view and easy focusing. Far better than the "cheap" ones at the big box stores.
Pros: Lightweight, Quality Lenses, Works Well With Glasses
Excerpt: I use them at sporting events and for bird watching in upstate New York. They are light enough to carry all day without getting tiresome and are very comfortable while in use. I love these binoculars and would highly recommend them.
Pros: Close Focus, Compact, Lightweight, Quality Lenses, Strong Construction