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Nikon ProStaff 7 10x42 Binoculars

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Nikon ProStaff 7 10x42 Binoculars - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Even great hunters need to be able to see their targets. This is no longer a problem thanks to the Nikon® ProStaff™ 7 10x42 Binoculars. These field optics have all of the research that Nikon® puts into its ProStaff™ line including multi-coated lenses for extreme brightness and its waterproof, fogproof, and ergonomic design. The roof prisms on these binoculars ensure the utmost clarity in any field.

  • ProStaff™ field optics
  • Magnification: 10x
  • Objective lenses: 42mm
  • Nitrogen-filled tubes
  • Waterproof and fogproof
  • Multi-coated lenses and prisms for optimal brightness in all lights
  • Phase-correction-coated roof prisms for enhanced clarity
  • Fits eyeglasses users
  • Durable rubber armor for shock-resistance
  • Ergonomic design
  • Nikon
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 11654540

Customer Reviews:

Nikon ProStaff 7 10x42 Binoculars 4.7 5 10 10
seemed blurry Price was right, but the lenses seemed blurry to me. December 17, 2014
Easy to handle I was worried they'd be too heavy for extended usage, but no complaints, even from my wife. They bring in plenty of light, even around dusk. I will eventually use these for hunting, but right now they're great for watching egrets, anhingas, wood storks, eagles and ospreys (and alligators!). December 15, 2014
This product has high quality optics. The Nikon Pro Staff 7 binoculars have very clear optics and is a good value for the price. December 14, 2014
Great product. They work perfect! Great product and service. Really fast shipping. Thank you! December 11, 2014
Bright, crisp image I went to the store and compared binoculars by looking thru each model. Nikon had the best image and the ProStaff 7 10x42 was the best for my price range of $200. I found the image more sharp than the Nikon Monarch 3 10x42. The ProStaff 7 image is very bright and the focus is very sharp. I'm 60 years old and use the binoculars for bird & animal watching both land and ocean. The focus wheel can be operated with light gloves. I do not wear glasses for far-view, but the binoculars have an easy twist extension for eye relief for those who do wear glasses. The 10x42 is just right for me to keep the image steady. These binoculars are worth the price. So much so, that on Black Friday I purchased another pair for 50% off. Now I have one for the car and one for home. December 3, 2014
Nikon ProStaff 7 10x42 Binoculars Love these binoculars. I live in the mountains in upstate NY and there is a lot of wildlife here and now i can see it right from my back door if i want. Plus i can locate my dog when he's off and running around up the mountain. They are easy to use, crystal clear and the images are sharp that i zoom in on. Very well made, The price was great also. March 6, 2014
best for the price best binoculars for the price hands down. used them from Colorado to Pennsylvania December 8, 2013
BEST BUY FOR THE MONEY These are the best binoculars a person could buy for under 200 dollars. I've looked through 500-600 dollars binocs that aren't as clear as these. GREAT BUY October 29, 2012
Better glass than Leupold BX-2 Cascade I compared the Nikon ProStaff 10x42 binoculars side by side with the more expensive Leupold BX-2 Cascades 10x42 Binoculars in my local Dick's Sporting Goods store. I was purchasing them as a gift for my father-in-law as his current binoculars are cheap and broken. I compared them by looking at the parking lot and trees, fence, sign on far side of lot, about 200 yards away. To my eyes, the Nikon had better light gathering ability (brighter). The Leupold seemed a bit grey in comparison to the Nikon. In my opinion, the focusing mechanism on the Nikon was also slightly better than on the Leupold. The Nikon mechanism had slightly more resistance. It was not difficult to adjust, but if you bumped it a bit, the focusing knob would not turn accidentally as it did on the Leupold. The Nikon and the Leupold seemed to me to weigh about the same (holding them in my hands and comparing scale available). The Nikon was a little bit larger/longer than the Leupold, but that won't be an issue with my father-inlaw. The combination of good glass and smaller size gets really expensive really quickly. Of note, the Nikon and Leupold focus knobs turn in the opposite direction to change focus. Disclaimer: My personal binoculars that I use for hunting are a Leupold Mojave 8x42 that I purchased myself a number of years ago (also at Dick's) and I really really like them a lot. October 5, 2012
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