Nikon Monarch 5 Binocular

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posted on May 1, 2012
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The new Nikon Monarch 5 All Terrain Binocular couples bright, high-resolution optics with legendary ruggedness in a package that is light enough to carry all day. Incorporating Nikon's exclusive Eco-Glass (made without the use of arsenic or lead) for all lens and prism elements, the roof prism Monarch 5 features dielectric high-reflective multilayer prism coatings for extreme brightness, superior sharpness and incredible low light performance.

The tough, full rubber armored body is O-ring sealed and nitrogen purged for a lifetime of waterproof, fogproof reliability. The Monarch 5 is available in 8x42, 10x42 and 12x42 black or Realtree APG models. MSRP for the Monarch 5 binocular is $279.95 for the 8x42 black, $309.95 for the 8x42 Realtree, $299.95 for the 10x42 black, $329.95 for the 10x42 Realtree, $329.95 for the 12x42 black, and $359.95 for the 12x42 Realtree.

The Nikon Monarch 5 includes the following features:

Dielectric High-Reflective Multilayer Prism CoatingThis technique provides almost the same brightness as that perceived by the naked eye, and clear, high-contrast images that display accurate color reproduction.

Fully multicoated lensesFully multicoated lenses deliver the ultimate in brightness and resolution.

Lightweight, slim designProvides excellent ergonomics, strength and ruggedness in a package that is comfortable to carry all day.

Smooth central focus knobFast range of focus for quick viewing.

Multi-setting click stop eyecupsFor a clear comfortable view, with or without eyeglasses.

Precision aligned opticsFor extended viewing on the toughest hunts.

Waterproof/fogproofNitrogen filled and O-ring sealed.

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