Nikon Monarch 5 8x42 Binoculars
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Nikon Monarch 5 8X42 DCF Binoculars

4.43 out of 5
(7 customer reviews)

£519 £379

Don't miss a single detail of the landscape when you're birding, hunting or just enjoying an up-close view of the outdoors. The Nikon Monarch 5 8X42 DCF binoculars provide a generous 6.3 degrees viewing angle with extra low dispersion glass and multi-coated eco-glass. These features combined give you visual effects that are richly coloured and highly detailed. The next best thing to viewing an object up close with the naked eye, the binoculars are 100 percent waterproof and outfitted with turn-and-slide rubberised eyecups and a lengthy eye relief.

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Product Description

 
What’s in the Box

  • Nikon 8×42 Monarch 5 Binocular (Black)
  • Neoprene Strap
  • Case

Key Features

  • Extremely lightweight
  • Legendary Nikon ED (Extra-low Dispersion) Glass Lenses
  • Dielectric High-Reflective Mulitlayer Prism Coating
  • Fully Multicoated lenses
  • Waterproof/Fogproof
  • Flip-Down Objective Lens Covers
  • Phase-correction coated prisms
  • Smooth central focus knob
  • Multi-setting click stop eyecups
  • Precison aligned optics
  • Durable and protective rubber-armored coating

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Additional Information

Brand

Nikon

Magnification

8x

Application

All Binoculars, Birdwatching, General Use / Travel, Hunting, Marine, Sports Viewing

Lens-effective-diameter

42mm

Prism Type

Roof

Angle of View

6.3° (actual)

Field of View

331.33′ @ 1000 yd / 110 m @ 1000 m

Closest Focusing Distance

8.2 ft. / 2.5m

Eye Relief

19.5 mm

Focus Type

Center

Dimensions

5.71 x 5.08 x 2.13″ / 14.5 x 12.9 x 5.4 cm

Weight

20.81 oz / 590 g

Video Review

7 reviews for Nikon Monarch 5 8X42 DCF Binoculars

  1. Marcus
    4 out of 5

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    I really like how easy they are to use. I also like that they are a quality product that will give you a great image. They are lightweight and not that hard to adjust. I also like the way that these binoculars can quickly convert the eye pieces to accommodate eyeglass wearers. The only thing that I do not like is that although the strap is comfortable, it really was not made for bird watching. I would prefer for the strap to rest on my chest instead of my diaphragm when bird watching.

  2. karen
    5 out of 5

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    These are what I wanted and more. I know that I made the best decision when choosing these binoculars.

  3. Liz
    4 out of 5

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    You will get a crisp view that is clear, even if you are an eyeglass wearer. You will still have a wide view. Good for birdwatchers.

  4. Guest
    5 out of 5

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    These are excellent binoculars with great Nikon lenses. They are powerful, but also easy to use and hold. I really recommend these binoculars.

  5. Daimo
    5 out of 5

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    The Nikon Monarch binoculars are awesome 🙂 They have good focus and clear images. This is what I was looking for. I mostly need them to watch the birds that are in my garden, but I have been known to use them for hiking and looking at far off subjects. This is amazing considering the weight and size of this particular model. I would have no qualms about recommending these binoculars.

  6. Tom
    4 out of 5

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    I have found that these binoculars have the best magnification and field of view for binoculars of this full size. The view would be unstable if the magnification was higher and not used with a tripod.

  7. Guest
    4 out of 5

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    I do not claim to know everything there is to know about binoculars. This explains why I cannot speak about the components used to make them. However, I know that they are not as heavy as many of the ones that I tested. The images are clear and a lot brighter than the images that were provided by my Bushnell. These binoculars are sturdy and handle well. The focus ring is easy to adjust and has well fitting lens caps. It also allows me to get precise detail on objects that are about ten feet away. But I do tend to keep making adjustments to the dioptre ring more so than I did with my Bushy. When using a Bushnell, I only had to adjust it about one or two times a year. With the Nikon I have to do it one or two times a month.

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