Excerpt: For the money you can't go wrong. If your looking for optics under $350.00. purchased just before my nephews elk hunt. Exceptional in lowlight and super crisp. My monarchs are 12X42 and using a tripod or not easy to handle and focus. Very Satisfied!!!
Pros: Compact, Lightweight, Quality Lenses, Strong Construction, Works Well With Glasses
Excerpt: A couple weeks ago, I bought Nikon Monarch 12*42 from WalMart for [$]. Because I have other binoculars I decided to put them all to the resolution accuracy test. So, I have four binoculars: porro prism IR Vision 8*40 which I bought 10 years ago for [$]; porro prism Praktica 10*25 UCA which I bought...
Pros: Strong Construction, Works Well With Glasses
Summary: These binoculars are excellent quality and value for money, they have optics comparable to much more expensive binoculars and should be your number 1 choice for an all round binocular that will perform perfectly in any weather come rain and shine.
Summary: Crystal sharp viewing from these binoculars and great value considering the brand. These where previously owned and quite frankly I'm not sure why anyone would get rid of them. Mind you I'm glad they did!!
Summary: Although this binoculars was expensive-I am very pleased with it, it's compact and supplied with a bag and strap, it's optics are very good, the body is waterproof and strong, I dropped it and I expected it would be damaged badly -but much to my surprise it was all intact and I am using it still and...
Summary: Top quality optics. Smooth adjustments (unlike some of the notchy, fiddly diopter adjustments on compact versions). Solidly built. Conveniently attached lens covers. Wide, comfortable strap. Good price. What's not to like?
Summary: Incredibly clear and easy to use binoculars. Lightweight and with a very practical soft case. Lens protectors for both eyepiece and objective lenses can be made captive if required so that they do not get lost. They are the best binoculars that I have used and the whole family love them.