Reviews and Problems with Nikon Premier LX L 10x25
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Fantastic views from a package that is easy to carry anywhere.
7 March 2012
Summary: These are great small binoculars. Small enough to fit in a packet,and light enough to be comfortably carried anywhere. Really great optics that are very sharp and bright. While I prefer my EDG 8x32 for serious viewing, sometimes I can't carry EVERYTHING, and so some great pocket binos come in handy.
Amazing binoculars, Sharp, Small package, Top quality!!!
N. Goranov "toothdr", Amazon
25 July 2009
Summary: I purchased the Zeiss Victory 10x25 and the Nikon Premier LX-L 10x25 so I can tell which one I liked more. I kept the Nikon. Reasons: Made in Japan vs. Made in Hungary. The Nikon comes in real high quality leather case. Zeiss comes in a vinyl. The Nikon has more solid feel, smoother focus. Both feel good and easy to work with. Brightness is very similar. Both boost air tight optics and hi-tech lens coatings. The Zeiss is a little lighter, but - the Nikon is SHARPER.
Summary: These binoculars are as small as opera glasses and weigh about the same, but they have a solid, trustworthy density about them. Their optics are crystal like and as for ease of use, I can easily find and focus on circling hawks with these little beauties. Years ago I had a pair of Trinovid binoculars. These Nikons are so much easier to use and so much sharper, there's no comparison.
Summary: I have used these binoculars in the Amazon jungle, the Galapagos Islands, at a political rally, and several Spurs games. I find them perfect for me because they are a compromise of size and magnification. I don't like to carry heavy binoculars and usually opt to leave them behind. These are light enough to be taken along and powerful enough to be beneficial in the diverse situations I listed above.
Summary: I have been a Nikon fan all my life, and I was not disappointed with these binoculars. These binoculars blew me away. Wonderful, amazing optical quality. So compact and light. I know I will cherish this instrument for the rest of my life. Nikon, thankyou, once again.