Nikon 7541 Monarch 3 – 10×42 Binocular (Black)

December 3, 2015 - Comment

The Benchmark of Performance:The new Monarch 3 is setting the standard for quality in binoculars. With high reflected phase correction coated roof prisms and fully multi-coated lenses, this binocular is designed to outshine the competition! Product Features High Reflective Silver Alloy Phase corrected prisms – helps eliminate the degradation of the image caused by different

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The Benchmark of Performance:The new Monarch 3 is setting the standard for quality in binoculars. With high reflected phase correction coated roof prisms and fully multi-coated lenses, this binocular is designed to outshine the competition!

Product Features

  • High Reflective Silver Alloy Phase corrected prisms – helps eliminate the degradation of the image caused by different light phases reflecting in the binocular.
  • Fully Multicoated – all lens surfaces are multicoated with anti-reflective coatings
  • Polycarbonate Body – designed to be rugged and durable
  • Multi-click Turn and Slide Eyecups with generous eye relief – great for eyeglass wearers
  • Unmatched Warranty – 25 year No Fault repair or replace warranty

Comments

Sam Vimes says:

A Comparative Analysis of Leading Binoculars After years of suffering with dark, weak, wobbly binoculars (thank you, Magnacraft), I found myself needing two types: the best quality I could find (1) at any weight but under $250 for use within a drive of home (home binocs), and (2) under 10 oz, easy to travel with in tour groups, simple for impatient family members, and ideal for night concerts and day baseball games (travel binocs). 

Bob in TX says:

Monarch 3 ATB Still Best Bang For Buck I am not an optics “expert” by any means, but I do spend well over a month in the field hunting every year. I got some new binoculars this year, the new Nikon Monarch 3 ATB 10×42’s. For the past four years I have been using the original Nikon Monarch ATB 10×42’s. I kept my old Monarch ATB’s and did some side by side comparisons. I have to say I am impressed. The Monarch ATB’s have long been the best selling binoculars in their price range for a reason. Nikon has managed to make them even better, while keeping them at the same price, about $250. The Monarch 3’s are slightly larger, a bit heavier (by only 3 oz.), and the body has an even better rubber coating. They “feel good” in my hands and are very easy to focus. They are fog proof and water proof like the original ATB’s. The eye-cups on the “3’s” have click settings now and allow for even greater eye relief. This is important for folks like me that wear glasses. My favorite new feature on the “3’s” though, are the silver-alloy…

Shane says:

Nikon BRINGS it This was a first time binocular purchase…so I am by no means an “expert reviewer” What I AM is 100% satisfied with the purchase of the 10 X 42 monarch 3. I did my due diligence, about three weeks of net research and hands on at sporting goods stores. I found nothing in this price range that compares…in fact, I couldn’t find an equal until I hit the $750 dollar range…on another manufacture.

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