Nikon Aculon A30 10x25 Binoculars - Realtree
The Nikon® Aculon A30 10x25 Binoculars are great for trailing, tracking and hunting while out in the wilderness. The binoculars feature multicoated Eco-Glass lenses that provide the hunter with clear and crisp images. The grip is coated with rubber material to give you a firm and comfortable grasp. The Aculon binoculars have a compact and lightweight body design that allows you take them on any hunting adventure.
- Compact and lightweight
- Extremely portable
- Multicoated Eco-Glass lenses
- Rubber-coated grip
- Close focus distance of 9.8 ft.
- Realtree® camo
- Model: 6493
- Magnification: 10x
- Angular Field of View (Real): 5.3°
- Angular Field of View (Apparent): 49.7°
- Objective Diameter: 24mm
- Prism System: Roof
- Prism Glass: BaK-4
- Field of View ft@1000yds: 278 ft.
- Exit Pupil: 2.4mm
- Eye Relief: 10.6mm
- Close Focus: 9.8 ft.
- Dimensions: 4.1"L x 4" W
- Weight: 7 oz.
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 21882376
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Machine44 This product a must for every hunter I am very happy with my new pair of binoculars. They are the perfect size and give a great view of incoming deer. They are light weight and will not take up a lot of space in your backpack. March 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Greg More Bang for Your Buck! Just the right size for any hunting application?tree stand, ground blind or still hunting. They are light and crystal clear. Even when wearing gloves they are easy to handle and focus. December 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Moodybluemoon Nikon binoculars perfect for a Moody Blues concert I had a wonderful view of the band from the balcony of a Moody Blues concert in Milwaukee, WI at the Riversedge Theater. I was able to see Justin Hayward take out his chewing gum and place it on top of the Marshall amp before he put on his Gibson ES-335 guitar. These were so great to handle and I loved the soft eyepieces. They were easy to focus and the camo color is fun. The salesman agreed but told me, from personal experience, that they're hard to find if you lay then down in the grass. How about a fluorescent cover? I'm sure I will find many more times to use them for many years. Worth every dollar spent! October 21, 2013
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