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Nikon 6121 PROSTAFF Bino Harness
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- Takes the weight of your binoculars off your neck
- Distributes it evenly across your shoulders
- Binoculars are attached to the elastic shoulder straps
- Secure, quick release connection
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|Item Dimensions||2.6 x 4.3 x 9.6 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.5 pounds|
|Item Weight||0.17 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.45 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
Overall a quality product. Maybe a simple diagram of the attachment point would resolve any confusion.
After all that use, the elastic is now beginning to stretch and I've finally started to shorten the straps to compensate. I suspect this will continue to be an issue and eventually they will be less functional. Still, seven years of heavy use is pretty good, and I've just ordered another one, figuring I can still use the old one as a dedicated harness for my camera.
I have one minor issue to note. The metal rings that you put on your binoculars for attachment to the plastic harness clips may squeak a bit as you are walking. A very slight application of silicon or teflon lubricant will alleviate the problem for a while, so keep this in mind if stealth is important.
All in all, I've been very happy with these and couldn't imagine going back to a regular neck strap. I have no way to compare to other harness systems, as this is all I've ever needed or used.
A quick update having just received my new harness.Read more ›
Down sides of this model: The quick-release clasps are actually a little tricky to unclasp. Maybe this is a good thing if you have super-expensive binos, but I find it a little frustrating. Also, the plastic strap-junction pieces aren't designed quite as ergonomically as they could be. There's a big "Nikon" logo on the back that I wish wasn't there. But if you find it for a competitive price, go for it.
Another downside: The bino harness makes you look like you're some tool thinking he's tough because he's wearing a pseudo-gun-holster (ie Gareth Keenan's cell phone holster in "The Office").
Why...oh why...does Nikon not include some instruction? I also overlooked the rings at first. And was not totally sure what you were suppose to do with them until I read the other reviews here.
So one star off for that lousy customer assistance on the part of Nikon.
But as to the product itself, once you have that figured it, well it works swell. Very comfortable, easily adjusted, and makes wearing the binos, especially for extended periods of time, very nice.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
No detachable strap which would be a plus if hunting with a buddy or child that doesn't have binos.Published 2 months ago by Stephen
I would give this 2 stars because the picture is not what I received. I would raise it to 3 because of the value was high compared to the cost. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Nibbet1
Missing quick release parts. The package was open. Currently in the field so it's is very frustrating not being able to use these next day. Otherwise the strap would be perfect. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Well made and very functional. Wish I had gotten a bino harness years ago.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
The harness fits fine but the clips that attach to the binoculars are terrible. I want to be able to remove the binoculars from the harness to hand them to fellow birders but it is... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Betty P.
While the item itself is quite good, it does not come with any rings to use to attach your binoculars. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Brian Niemiec