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Nikon 7483 PROSTAFF 8x25 Waterproof All-Terrain Binocular

3.7
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SG$ 292.00
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Description

  • Multicoated, Eco-Glass optics; 25mm Objective lenses
  • 8x Magnification
  • Large 330-foot Field Of View at 1000-yard distance
  • Waterproof/Fogproof
  • Porro Prism system

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Customer Reviews

Great binoculars Great pair of rugged, lightweight binoculars. Bought several pairs for the family for Alaska and everyone loved them. 5Super Value Sharpness: ExcellentFlatness of field: Very GoodErgonomics: ExcellentEye Relief: w/o glasses- Excellent, with glasses-Very GoodThese binoculars are very friendly to hold, both in your hand and to your eye. The sharpness and contrast are excellent with the exception when looking toward a bright light source. This is when flare kicks in and contrast suffers. These binos are prone to flare and that is about my only criticism of them.The rubberized surface is ideal. It lends a grabby texture that's easy to grip but doesn't have that gummy quality that makes some attract lint and dirt. The eye cup design is great and has a relatively wide ring diameter and a fairly broad surface that is very comfortable. I mention this as most minis have an eyecup design that is too small and fits too deeply into one's eye socket causing discomfort. These feel like mid size binos in use.The focus knob has a very nice feel to it. Very smooth with no play. The large diameter focus knob is like what you'd find on a full-sized bino and is better than most minis.The simple case it comes with is quite useful and has a belt loop. Being as light as they are they carry on a belt without issue. The rain guard (ocular cap) works OK, though not as snug as I'd like. I like the reverse porro prism design of these (and other makers) better than the two parallel tube (roof prism) design for a mini binocular as they feel more substantive and are easier to hold steady.Other binoculars I currently own: Leica 8x32 BNs, Leica 10x42 BAs. In the past I have owned Leica, Minolta, and Celestron minis as well.Keeping in mind they are an inexpensive compact, these are an overall excellent binocular and a super value IMO. 5Nikon Prostaff ATB 8x25 These are my first pair of binoculars. I bought these due to many suggestions from the birdwatching community. I will be using them for hunting and whale watching. I would suggest staying with the lower power magnification unless using a tripod, because all movements are magnified (pardon the pun :) when viewing. Would recommend these to anyone looking for great quality for a reasonable price. 5Fragile & made in China These lasted one year of light, occasional use before being irreparably knocked out of collimation. That's a very disappointing feeling, especially after driving 500 miles to a good spot for birding. And the "Made in China" engraving is hidden in the crease underneath where it is difficult to see, like Nikon is trying to hide the fact. Compare that to my made in Japan Nikon's from 15 years ago that have survived literally thousands of miles of hiking without a problem! 2Lightweight and Good Optics A birding friend recommended these bins as a good "backup" pair to keep in my car -- for birding "emergencies." I was replacing an old pair of Nikon Travel-Lites. The ProStaff allow in much more light and seem to have a wider aperture, allowing for a much clearer view. Although they're not quite as good as my Nikon Monarchs, they were less than half the price. I've very happy with them and would definitely recommend them for a beginning birder or a traveler looking for good quality, light weight optics. 5Excellent bionoculars There are very fine binocular for travel and birding. They are compact water-resistant, lightweight, and with excellent optics. A very good value for the price. 5Out of alignment, not so good, revised review Initial review in 2009: I'm not a binocular expert, but I'm very pleased with these binoculars. They are compact, relatively lightweight, bright clear images, adjustable eyepiece. Perfect for me -- I plan to take them onboard my kayak for birdwatching.April 2012 -- I pulled out these binoculars to use today for birdwatching, having hardly used them in the time I've had them, except to take to the opera occasionally; in any case, they've been subjected to zero rough handling (used for kayaking only a couple of times). Today, I saw double while looking through them, and no amount of adjustment helped. Other people could see through my binoculars -- and I could see through theirs, but I could only see double through mine. So I asked a binocular expert at the event what might be going on. He could see single, but admitted to eyestrain and said the trouble was most likely that the two barrels of the binoculars were out of alignment with each other (see also the 1-star review). I have recently had some trouble with double vision, which now only bothers me if I'm very tired or in a dark theater where there are not a lot of visual clues, and these binocs are just bad enough that I can't see single through them. He suggested I could send them in to Nikon for repair, but said that this type of construction, where the two barrels are smaller at the distant end, is inherently fragile. He recommended that I buy a straight barrel design. I ultimately bought Vortex Optics 8x28 Viper Series Waterproof Roof Prism Binocular (this is not less inexpensive Diamondback series), and they are incredibly bright and sharp compared to the Nikon. They weigh 1.2 lbs and are quite compact.So in hindsight, I was happy with the Nikons until my eyes could no longer compensate for their issues. I would understand their alignment being off if I'd given them heavy use, but I haven't. I'll put in a review on the Vortex after I've had a chance to use them a while. Apparently with binoculars more money = better binocs, and the Nikons are definitely not expensive. I've been told that "good glass" starts at about $300. 2INCREDIBLE BINOCULARS Awesome compact binoculars. Used them for a trip to Africa last year and now I don't go anywhere without them. Small. Compact. Easy to use and most of all, very comfortable to use... with or without eyeglasses. 5I really like the fact that this binocular fits the width across ... I really like the fact that this binocular fits the width across my eyes known as inter-pupillary distance. The views are crystal clear and razor sharp and bright. I usually prefer roll down rubber eyecups but have come to like the rotating ones found on this "Bino"! Also, some compact bino's eyecups are quite small and must fit into your eye well to give you the whole picture where as the Nikons rest comfortably against your brow. Remember to use the supplied neck strap to protect these gems or any other optic from being dropped which could effect the performance.They are a little heavy and bulky compared to others but feel and look very well made and their performance is a standout. For the price they will serve you well! 5Excellent I used my binoculars at three recent sporting events (high school and college football games) and while hiking. The binoculars had a bright view with good detail, and they were easy to focus and comfortable to hold and view for extended periods. A tremendous value for the money. Overall, an excellent purchase for me! 5
Nikon 7483 PROSTAFF 8x25 Waterproof All-Terrain Binocular

Nikon 7483 PROSTAFF 8x25 Waterproof All-Terrain Binocular

3.7
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
SG$ 292.00
Sale price
SG$ 292.00
Regular price
SG$ 486.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 40% (SG$ 194.00)