Nikon MONARCH 5 All Terrain Binocular

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posted on April 27, 2012
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The Nikon MONARCH 5 All Terrain binoculars built of Nikon’s Eco-Glass (without arsenic or lead) in a light, rugged package. The roof prism MONARCH 5 features dielectric high-reflective multi-layer coating for brightness, sharpness and low-light performance.

The binoculars also feature a full rubber-armored body that is O-ring sealed and the optics are nitrogen purged to make them waterproof and fog proof. The MONARCH 5 is available in 8x42, 10x42 and 12x42 in either black or Realtree APG. Prices for the MONARCH 5 start at $279.95, with the black models running around $30 less than Realtree models.

Nikon MONARCH 5 features include:
•Dielectric High-Reflective Multilayer Prism Coating
•Fully multicoated lenses
•Lightweight, slim design
•Smooth central focus knob
•Multi-setting click stop eyecups
•Precision aligned optics
•Waterproof/fogproof

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