Nikon Monarch Binoculars

Nikon offers a wide variety of binocular products. The Monarch series features various binoculars such as their Monarch ATB (All-Terrain Binoculars) series and even a few models made for hunting rifle scopes. There are numerous models of Nikon binoculars available and the Monarch series is especially noteworthy for having many strong designs.

The Nikon Monarch series offers many different options with their binoculars, ranging from 8×36 to 12×56 binoculars. Some models offer a camouflage design while others just have a basic but sleek design. The 8x and 10x binoculars are especially useful for hunting. If you regularly hunt in large and open environments then the 10x models may be preferable for you.

Choosing a Pair of Nikon Monarch Binoculars
When buying a pair of binoculars you will want to make your decision based on what you plan on using them for. If you want a set of binoculars for close range magnification then the 8x binoculars would be sufficient. If you are hunting in a large open area then you may prefer the 10x models. If you are attempting to discover another life form or galaxy then you would get the most, but still not much, out of a pair of 12x binoculars.

The 12x binoculars all offer one thing in common, an extremely high magnification level. The 12x binoculars are often said to operate similar to telescopes. They are often considered to be much more than just a typical set of binoculars.

When choosing a set of binoculars you will want to determine whether you are attempting to view objects that are close or far away. If you are attempting to view something that is small and far away then the 12x binoculars would be optimal. This is simply because they offer higher magnification but have a more narrow viewing range than most binoculars. If you are attempting to view larger objects that are up close then you would prefer the 8x binoculars as they have a wider viewing range but lower magnification levels.

Nikon Monarch Binoculars Features

You will also want to look at the features offered with each particular set of binoculars. For instance, you may want to make sure that the binoculars are waterproof if they will be submerged in water at any point. You will also want to make sure that the binoculars are fog proof if you are ever going to be in a foggy environment with them.

If you are purchasing a set of 12x Nikon Monarch binoculars then you may want to see if you can purchase a tripod with it. This may be necessary as your magnification levels will be much higher and it would be difficult to target a specific viewing range when holding them manually. Unless you can keep the binoculars extremely stable there is a good chance of your magnified viewing experience being modified by even minor movements. Therefore, a tripod for higher magnification binoculars should be mandatory, but it is not necessary for the 8-10x binoculars.

Final Thoughts
Nikon Monarch binoculars typically cost around $300 per set but this will vary depending on the specific model. For the price, these binoculars make a solid investment and can improve your hunting experience and many other activities tremendously. If you are looking to purchase a set of high quality binoculars then you should consider a model from the Nikon Monarch line up.

There are a variety of products available in Nikon’s Monarch line up, all with different features and characteristics. You have a lot to choose from and there should definitely be something that suits your needs. To close, the large series of Nikon Monarch binoculars offers quite a lot and these products should be deeply considered when looking for a set of binoculars to purchase.

This Nikon Monarch Binoculars Review is Written/Updated on Jul 8th, 2010 and filed under Consumer Electronics. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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