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NIKON TRAILBLAZER WATERPROOF SERIES ATB BINOCULARS
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- Compact, Rugged, Waterproof/Fog proof
- Long Eye Relief
- Eco-glass Lenses and Prisms
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Nikon 8217 Trailblazer 8x25 ATB Binocular B000NO5OYA
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|Sold By||Photo Savings||Adorama Camera||Polaris Optics||Amazon.com|
|Item Dimensions||—||4.1 x 5.2 x 2.9 in||4.5 x 4.5 x 1.5 in||2.4 x 5.2 x 7.2 in|
|Item Weight||2.4 ounces||0.75 lb||0.95 lb||0.75 lb|
|Objective Lens Diameter||25 millimeters||25||32 millimeters||25|
The Nikon® Trailblazer waterproof Series ATB binoculars offer you compact and rugged design that's 100% waterproof and fogproof. The are crafted with a rubber armored body that's nitrogen fill and O-ring sealed for dependable performance.
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My only issue is plastic in the bridge. My older pair of Nikon binocs is all metal construction and are still going strong after nearly 40 years. These do have a lifetime warranty. At my age I hope they outlast me.
In the end I ended up returning these and purchased the NIKON 7279 Travelite VI Binoculars with 12 x 25mm instead. The Nikon 7279 Travelites are extremely light! (So light weight some people complain they feel cheap)
I had both pair in my possession at the same time so my wife and I spent an afternoon comparing the two. In the end we both preferred the 7279's because they were feather weight by comparison, every bit as bright and clear and were more powerful.
FYI: The only downside when considering stronger, more powerful binoculars... (example: 12x25 versus 10x25)... as the power goes up it becomes harder to hold an image still. This is especially true when viewing really small objects off in the distance.