Nikon Introduces MONARCH 7 Binoculars

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posted on July 12, 2012
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7/12/2012

Nikon has released its highest specification of the popular MONARCH series yet in the new MONARCH 7 binocular.

Possessing industry-leading optical innovations, the MONARCH 7 utilizes flat, crisp views for an experience that Nikon claims offers never-before-seen realism. The MONARCH 7 comes in two variations—8x42 and 10x42—and each is available in a standard black finish.

The MONARCH 7 is powered by an advanced optical system that carries light using a proprietary lens, multiple prism coatings and Nikon Extra-low Dispersion glass.

The MONARCH 7 comes with flip-down lens caps, a Neoprene neck strap and a carrying case. If it ever requires service or repair, it is covered by Nikon's No-Fault Binocular Policy.

The MSRP for the 8x42 MONARCH 7 is $479.95, while the 10x42 model will be available for $499.95.

For more information, go to NikonHunting.com.

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