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Nikon Monarch 10x42 Atb Binocular - Don't Buy it Before You Read This

By Edited Oct 27, 2013 0 1

If you are about to but Nikon Monarch 10x42 Atb Binocular you definitely need to read this first. In the following article I describe my experience - both positive and negative with Nikon 10x42.

First I want to share what I like about Nikon Monarch 10x42 binocular.

The very first thing that impressed me was the weight - Nikon 10x42 is very light and compact in the same time.They are also crisp and very clear. For those of us that wear glasses the adjustable eyecups come handy.


I have heard people saying that 10x42 binocular by Nikon tend to be expensive but I disagree with that. In my opinion they are dirt cheap for the features they have.

What I mean is that I have a friend who has one of the best binoculars in the market - Swarovski EL 10x42 so I was able to compare both binoculars while we were deer huntins.

Don't get me wrong - these binocular is of great quality but in terms of crispiness and brightness I can't see why someone would pay more than $1000 I paid my Nikon Monarch 10x42 atb binocular.

Nikon claims their binoculars to be waterproof. I tend to agree with that. Recently when I was duck hunting I fell into a dike and my bucket spilled into the water.

I gathered my gear and went to the blind. However about two hours later I realized that I was missing my binocular.

So I went back to where I spilled mu bucket and saw the straps floating on the water. I pulled the binocular out of the water and it was fine only a little bit cleaner than before.

Here is what I don't like about Nikon Monarch 10x42 atb binocular:

The first thing is that Nikon Monarch is a little rough on my equipment. However it gets used a lot.

The second thing that I don't like about that particular type binoculars is the twist out eyecups.

Every time the get dirty or knock around a little but they would wither stuck up or down and if like that's not enough - they would have a slight angle to them.

However it was easy to fix them by twisting them right off. Next thing I did was to send them to Nikon and they fixed them free of charge.

Navigating through their website to find a phone number was a pain in the neck.

Not long after I got my 10x42 atn binocular back from Nikon the eyecups cracked again. This time the manufacturer sent me a brand new pair. It didn't help because the eyecups stuck for the 3rd time.

For that reason I decided to buy another similar to Nikon's pair for backups since the first three failures happened while hunting.

I have been using them for more than a month now and haven't had any issues. However I must admit that now I am more conscious and aware of the eyecups. Now I twist them down when done using them.

In summary I must say that Nikon Monarch 10x42 atb binocular is a great product for the money.

If you want to buy it for yourself there is something that I want to share with you.

A few months back while researching different 10x42 binoculars I stumbled upon a website that sells for less then its online competitors. The website also offers free delivery and 30 days money back guarantee in addition to Nikon original warranty.

If you want to check it out and read more Nikon Monarch 10x42 atb binoculars reviews - visit this website.


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Comments

Mar 13, 2010 9:10am
AlexisMorrison
I liked the author's review. Nikon Monarch Binoculars ( http://www.riflescopes.webyshops.com/Nikon-Monarch-Binoculars?partner=1) is one of the better lines of birding binoculars that I had experience with. The quality of optics is exceptional and they are a great value for the price. I have purchased mine at http://riflescopes.webyshops.com. The site has a good selection and their service is excellent. I am also looking for a high end binocular that I want to give to my brother for his birthday. I think I'll choose Nikon Monarch Binoculars (http://www.riflescopes.webyshops.com/Nikon-Monarch-Binoculars?partner=1) again.
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