Summary: Quite good bino, but Monarchs with Dielectric are better on removing abberation on contrasts and have better features at night. The body is handy, well balanced, good option with caps attachment.
Summary: Clear bright optics comprable to others costing more. Great eye relief, I wear glasses, and the long eye relief makes it easy to use. The aqdjustable eye cup makes it easy to set up eye relief to suit the user. Bottom line...Great Price!!!
Pros: Easy to set up & use, great eye relief, clear & bright.
Summary: This is the first pair of binos I have paid over $100. I'm very happy with them. Looks and feel very well constructed and can handle a beating. This is my second Nikon product and I think I am becoming a Nikon man for life. An excellent product at a great price.
Excerpt: This is a new version , clear and durable. Nikon must have redesigned the eyepieces, which other reviews have said broke easily on this model, since they seem very strong (though I didn't try to break them...) The image is very clear. We compared them side by side with a ~$2K pair of Swarovski 10x32's, and though we thought there might be miniscule differences in chromatic fringing at edges, it was very hard to decide. The Nikons were at least as bright.