Nikon 8218 Trailblazer 10X25 Hunting Binoculars

December 3, 2015 - Comment

New Nikon 8218 Trailblazer 10X25 Hunting Binoculars.Nikon Trailblazer Binocular 10×25, Waterproof ATB, The waterproof/fogproof Trailblazer is Nikon’s newest compact All Terrain binocular. Sleek, lightweight body, lead-and arsenic-free Eco-Glass optics and rubber coating provide a comfortable grip. Multiple layers of anti-reflective compounds offer crisp, sharp viewing. Magnification: 10x Objective Diameter: 25mm Angular Field of View: Real

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New Nikon 8218 Trailblazer 10X25 Hunting Binoculars.Nikon Trailblazer Binocular 10×25, Waterproof ATB, The waterproof/fogproof Trailblazer is Nikon’s newest compact All Terrain binocular. Sleek, lightweight body, lead-and arsenic-free Eco-Glass optics and rubber coating provide a comfortable grip. Multiple layers of anti-reflective compounds offer crisp, sharp viewing. Magnification: 10x Objective Diameter: 25mm Angular Field of View: Real 6.5; Apparent 65.0 FOV @ 1000 yds (ft): 342 Close Focus Distance (ft): 11.5 Exit Pupil (mm): 2.5 Relative Brightness: 6.3 Eye Relief (mm): 10 Length (in): Width (in): Weight (oz):, Mfg No: 8218, Manufacturer: Nikon, Warranty: Lifetime Full Warranty. If any product is found to have defects in workmanship or materials, Nikon will, at their option, repair or replace it at no charge, even if you’re not the original owner. * Magnification: 10x * Objective Diameter: 25mm * FOV @ 1000 yds (ft): 342 * Relative Brightness: 6.3

Product Features

  • Brand new with Lens Covers and Box with Instructions.

Comments

Joseph Nicolay says:

The Best Compacts for the Price These have a bak 4 roof prism, and I’ve read that porro prisms provide a better picture on most binoculars under $200, BUT Nikon has once again proven that they are not going to put their name on substandard equipment. 

NeuronalContortionist says:

Finally – Binoculars that WORK! I’ve grown up in a family populated by bird & wildlife lovers. Over the past decade, I’ve really developed an interest in bird-watching. 6 months ago, I moved to a wonderful new home situated on a decently sized pond. For only being approx football-field-sized, it has a tremendous variety of waterfowl. From September (moved-in) until Christmas, I couldn’t see any of the birds well enough to clearly identify them. 

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