Nikon 8246 ACULON A211 10 x 42 Binocular (Black)

December 3, 2015 - Comment

ACULON A211 10×42 binoculars are built with multi-purpose functionality and a lightweight, ergonomic design. These binoculars are perfect for those looking for extremely versatile, high quality, and economically priced optics. The ACULON A211 10×42 binoculars deliver higher-end magnification with 42mm objectives in a compact design and are light enough to be carried with ease to

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(as of June 24, 2017 6:24 pm EDT - Details)

ACULON A211 10×42 binoculars are built with multi-purpose functionality and a lightweight, ergonomic design. These binoculars are perfect for those looking for extremely versatile, high quality, and economically priced optics. The ACULON A211 10×42 binoculars deliver higher-end magnification with 42mm objectives in a compact design and are light enough to be carried with ease to any outing or event. Built to last with eco-safe components and designed to perform in a variety of conditions, the ACULON A211 10×42 binoculars are sure to bring you even closer to the action and give you an experience nothing short of incredible, all at a very affordable price.

Product Features

  • ACULON A211 10×42 binoculars are designed to be as light as possible along with excellent ergonomics.
  • Turn-and-Slide Rubber Eyecups allow for comfortable viewing during extended periods of use.
  • Made with A spherical Multicoated Eco-Glass Lenses bright and clear images in most lighting conditions.
  • The smooth central focus knob makes these binoculars simple to operate and easy to focus.
  • A durable rubber-armored coating ensures a non-slip grip, even in wet conditions.

Comments

Amazon Customer says:

Decent binoculars, with 2 drawbacks I purchased these today at a local sporting goods store. They are a “decent” pair of binoculars that only really have 2 flaws. The bridge is plastic and can flex. This means if you are viewing through the binoculars at an odd angle and somehow manage to apply more pressure to one or the other eye cups, you can cause the bridge to flex enough to throw one or the other sides out of focus. (The same as having an improperly adjusted diopter.) Fortunately, this does spring back into focus as soon as pressure is released. Still, it’s annoying that it can happen at all, even if it’s only in rare circumstances. 

R. Devinney says:

Great optics, good housing, solid, pleasant to use, good price What you get are high quality Nikon optics in a lightweight economical housing for a very good price. If you want a higher quality fog proof, water resistant housing you will have to spend about twice as much. If you want better optics you will have to pay a lot more for only slightly better optics. I am impressed with the clarity and brightness. The wider angle makes them much more pleasant to use than some cheaper binoculars I have. They work well with glasses.I saw these in Sports Authority and thought about buying them there but the plastic case they were in was locked (yes, locked) so I couldn’t try them out. So I looked them up Amazon to see what the reviews looked like and was shocked at the price difference. The SA price was even higher than what Amazon shows as the list price. So I saved a bunch buying them on amazon and they came in a friendly package which I could open without cussing.

Easy E says:

GREAT FOR A TRIP TOOK THESE ON A CRUISE TO ALASKA. PERFECT SIZE TO PACK AND EASY TO CARRY AROUND WHEN ON SHIP OR ON EXCURSION. BEAUTIFUL SIGHTS WITHOUT BREAKING THE BANK.

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