Reviews and Problems with Nikon Monarch 8x42 DCF ATB
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Best product for the price.
9 February 2013
Summary: My wife and I shopped around town for binoculars and found these Nikon ATB 8X42's the best for us. We were looking for good quality, compact binoculars at a decent price. These binoculars were a perfect fit for us.
Summary: We did a lot of research to pick out a good pair of binoculars which lead us to the ATB 8x42. They bring in a lot of light and the image is really sharp. I was really impressed with how smoothly they work and how great the image it.
The very bright and very well maden, relatively compact binoculars.
4 August 2012
Summary: Nikon Monarch ATB 8X42 III comes with an original bag and front and back ocular savers, the bag have an original wide and nice felt belt. The front ocular savers are removable, so are back ones of course.
Summary: Nikon products are simply among the best optics made. I own several Nikon lenses as well as these fantastic binoculars and have never had a moments grief out of any of them. These binoculars are well made and have good pointability. I highly recommend these to anyone who needs quality optics.
Summary: I did lots of reseach about the binoculars,and compared it with some other middle range brand name,leupold,bushnell,vortex.I made a decision to buy this as my first binoculars for sigh seeing and bird watching,etc.I found this binocular can get best perfomance at this price.This binocular will suit...
Summary: These are the nicest binocs I've owned so far. They are waterproof, fog proof, extremely sharp, great color and contrast, and work well with glasses. They are about as far as you can go in strength without needing a tripod or brace to keep the binocs steady.
Summary: I researched binoculars for at least two weeks before settling on this as my target. I read reviews and talked to people who were birding (which is what I wanted them for). They are perfect! They are easy to use with glasses and light, just as advertised and reviewed by others.