Reviews and Problems with Nikon MONARCH 7 8x30/10x30
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Best Binoculars I've ever had.
3 weeks ago
Summary: I bought the 10x42's I love them, I'am sure there are better binoculars out there but for the money these are great. Great low light visibility, clear never had any problems with them. Would highly recommend them for the money.
Summary: Incredibly clear glass!!! Nice adjusting features and case. Bought these on sale at Cabela's mostly because the Monarch 7's are designed in a smaller package than most brands of equal price....much easier to fit in the pack and handle in the field. Optics are a '5' rating.
Summary: Lens quality for Nikon's glass is superb for these binoculars. The conservative size and price of these field glasses offer a functional utility for my use of observing game, bird and sporting events.
Summary: My son and I purchased the Monarch 7 Binoculars for our annual Deer hunt. We worked with Steve M. at the LaVista Cabela's and he was VERY helpful. He showed up several Binoculars that were in our price range. The Monarch 7's perform very well in low light conditions, which is when we need them the most. They are very clear and easy to focus. We are very happy with them and I would recommend them to any hunter, or outdoors person.
Excerpt: Needed a lightweight binocular for a field trip we have scheduled. I had already purchased an Alpen 599 but the limited field of view and my hand movement was too pronounced. Because of the size and weight I decided to keep the Alpen plus my wife can use them (she prefers the compact size). I have 2 older (over 30 years) Nikon compact binoculars and am very pleased with them. To me, Nikon binoculars (the better ones) were always too expensive to justify the cost.
Excerpt: We tried the Monarch 7, 8 x 42, which were great and provided excellent light. But for $100 less, these are considerably lighter and the light is still great! Just took them out birding and they were wonderful. Have never had a great binocular before these, so not much good to compare to, but as newbies, we're feeling very pro. About to order a second pair...now.
Pros: Close Focus, Compact, Lightweight, Quality Lenses
Excerpt: I bought these to replace an older pair on Monarch 7 (8x42) that I have used for birding for years. I am constant amazed at what a great pair of binos this series is at the price. A recent review of birding binoculars in various price range (available online) done by the Cornell Laboratory for Ornithology rated the Monarch 7 8x42 binos a best buy in their price range.
Pros: Close Focus, Compact, Lightweight, Quality Lenses, Strong Construction, Waterproof, Works Well With Glasses
Excerpt: Needed a compact pair of binoculars for bow hunting. Perfect size, lightweight and awesome performance for its size. Bright sharp images, excellent depth and field of view. Very good in low light conditions. These binoculars easily rival my Monarch 5 10x42's. I'm very pleased with the performance and price.