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Nikon ProStaff ATB 10x25 Waterproof Binocular

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  • 10x magnification with a 262-foot field of view at 1000 yards
  • 25mm objective lens diameter
  • Weighs 12.8 ounces
  • Polycarbonite body with rubber armor
  • 100 Percent waterproof and fogproof
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Technical Details

  • Model: 7485
  • Camera Magnify Power: 10 x x
  • Objective Lens Diameter: 25
  • Eye Relief: 15.9 millimeters
  • Weight: 2.00 pounds

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 4 x 4 inches ; 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0007M6GG8
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  • Item model number: 7485
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,792 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

Product Description


A popular porro prism series with the more ardent hikers, birders and outdoor enthusiasts. The 10x25ProStaff binoculars incorporate features designed for user friendly optical performance: ergonomic contours, a rubber armored polycarbonate chassis and a nitrogen-purged and o-ring sealed housing which is both fogproof & waterproof. This is an ideal companion for rafting and other water activities which necessitate a smaller binocular.

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I was astounded at the clear optics, close focus, and light weight.
John V. Moore
I love these binoculars- they are perfect for me and I don't feel their weight when I bring them; it fits in my cargo pant pockets!
ME
Finally, I spent a little time trying to find out what "eco-lenses" really are, but it is evidently a secret.
Carlgo

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47 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Carlgo VINE VOICE on February 26, 2006
I chose these because of the specs and my general trust of Nikon products. For me, 10x is the best magnification. Not too shaky at all and more fun than the usual 8x.

The ProStaffs are very well made with smooth and solid mechanical action. They are very comfortable for eyeglass wearers, although I still prefer to take mine off.

The 10Xs are very sharp and focus pretty closely. Looking at objects that are only a few feet away is interesting. Bear in mind, though, that they are no substitute for a giant tv as I have tried that. I also like the very contrasty 3-D look where objects at different distances really stand out from each other.

The following is hard to describe: Some scenes, especially waves and other watery features, look better through the ProStaffs than when viewed by eye alone. My wife aptly describes this as "better than real life".

This effect is seen in the rendition of colors and pleasant sort of a smooth and contrasty sharpness. Perhaps the various types of lenses and coatings employed may impart some polarization effect and also filter out the evil rays that detract from our normal viewing pleasure. The effect is not cartoonish or unnatural at all, just very nice.

This review may read like that of a young and overly imaginative ad executive, but let me assure you that I am not young and some of my other reviews are pretty harsh.

It would be fun to compare these long term with a pair of really expensive binoculars to see if my observations might apply to most modern designs. So, if somebody will send me a pair of, oh, Leicas, I promise a comparison review.

Finally, I spent a little time trying to find out what "eco-lenses" really are, but it is evidently a secret. Same goes for "ProStaff". Either a professional stick or excellent employees. Or something else not appropriate here.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By ME on August 19, 2009
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These binoculars are not the best in comparison to others that are more expensive. However, for the size, weight, waterproof, fogproof and function I recommend the Prostaff ATB ! I enjoy hiking in almost all weather conditions and that means that I must bring water and proper layer clothing in my small pack. I have enough weight to worry about and having heavy binoculars was not for me. I didn't want to sacrifice reliability just to have less weight, because I needed a waterproof binocular that wouldn't fill up with water during rain or snow. I love these binoculars- they are perfect for me and I don't feel their weight when I bring them; it fits in my cargo pant pockets!

When I traveled into other states, I brought them with me along with my camera. I attached the case to the camera bag and walked all over the city and parks without them getting in the way. Over one year later, so far I've not had a problem with the binocular itself except witht the lens cap. The lens cap is cheap, but that is all- the binoculars themselves are of good quality. I strongly recommend this paticular brand or model, if you're looking for something that is reliable and not highly expensive. For the price and function they work more than just fine, just take care of them.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By John Groen on December 5, 2009
OK... well i spent some hours looking for the best deal on quality, water proof binocs. Very happy with these. Sharp, bright and clear... very good eye relief.
My only complaints are how the neck strap attaches (low tech but secure) and the way the lens covers slip on is not very secure... more of an after thought.
Really though, nice rubberized outer skin, solid construction, nice heavy nylon soft case and great price. The other thing that sold me was the Nikon 25 year no fault warranty. Waterproof too for those James Bond or outdoorsy types. %^)
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By M. Filler on January 24, 2010
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I wanted a good binocular that was small, light weight, but with high optical resolution. After much research, I found the Nikon ProStaff 10 x 25 to be the best over-all compromise. It was a little more expensive than many of its competitors, and weighed a little more than I liked, but it still was the best choice. The only negative that I found it that it comes with protective lens caps for only one side of the lenses. I called Nikon about this and they said that was correct, and the lens surfaces on the other side did not need protection. I think this is wrong as every other binoculars that I have used over the years always came for a full set (4) lens caps.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Lane on December 21, 2011
I purchased the binoculars new about three years ago. I use them for hunting which means they are in the field about 7-10 days a year.

First, I agree with above reviews regarding the quality and clarity of the image, low light, contrast, and focus. All were excellent and I was initially very pleased with my purchase. I also noticed how light and portable the binos were. Very nice.

However, I soon learned this gear has a fatal flaw. The eyepieces "pop out" for normal use. This is hard to describe but the eyepieces each unscrew about 180 degrees when the binos are used and the screw back in when stowed. The fatal flaw is that the notch that the eyepiece rotates on is very poorly sealed and even a tiny amount of dust or dirt makes the screwing and unscrewing process sticky and rough. I have cleaned this area including blowing out the notches with high pressure air. The eyepieces improved slightly but would clog again with the slightest amount of use. On my last hunt the eyepiece was again stiff and required more than normal effort to unscrew. WITH MY FINGERS only I applied slightly more pressure to unscrew the eyepiece and the entire (plastic) assembly partially broke off from the main case.

I contacted Nikon and described my problem. Although, I had the original box and instructions I had lost the receipt. I was informed that Nikon will attempt to repair the binos but I will have to pay the full cost. I suspect this is why they offer a 25 year warranty. Who the heck saves a receipt for 25 years? In any case, the engineering and materials on the eyepiece are so poor I wouldn't want another set of these anyway.

These binos were never dropped, soaked, or abused and were only lightly used. Unless your just going to use these for something like watching a sports game; save your money and go with a different product and manufacturer.
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