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Nikon 8x25 Prostaff Waterproof Binoculars 7483
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Overall, I really like the Nikon 8x25 Prostaff. Compared to my ancient Nikon Travelite III 8x23 (which has also been a solid performer) the Prostaff h...
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Excellent value

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on August 6, 2010
These are great for the money, as sharp and bright as one has any right to expect. Nice and light but still relatively sturdy-feeling, with one exception: I'm not fond of the eye cups. They're made of a hard material which makes them less comfortable than they could be, and their rotation (in and out for glasses-wearers) feels flimsy. However, I like them very much for what I paid and recommend them. ...
Would recommend: Yes
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Just What the Doctor Ordered

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, IL Written on April 8, 2010
Travel a lot and have several pair of binoculars ... all too big or too much power or what ever ... these fit the bill perfect .. compact "not to big or small" .. waterproof ... clear optics and light .. eight power is perfect for general use and the price is right ... really like these glasses
Pros: Easy to take along and does the job!
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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Nikon 8x25 Prostaff

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CA Written on January 9, 2010
Overall, I really like the Nikon 8x25 Prostaff. Compared to my ancient Nikon Travelite III 8x23 (which has also been a solid performer) the Prostaff has a much larger image and is very clear. I'm also impressed by its image in low light conditions, i.e. at twilight. It seems solidly constructed and has a smooth focus adjustment. My only complaint is that the diopter adjustment is stiff and difficult to operate. Part of the problem is that the body and eye cup prevent you from getting a good grip on the diopter adjustment ring. It's also a little heavier than my old binocular, but I'll get used to it. I'm going to try the Nikon 8x25 Travelite V for my wife, since it is 3 ounces lighter (same overall specs, but slightly smaller field-of-view).
Pros: Compact, smooth focus adjustment; clear and undistorted image for a compact binocular
Cons: Awkward diopter adjustment...
Would recommend: Yes
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excellent

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on May 28, 2009
i use them for 3-d archery shooting, and they are good: light, compact and superb optic quality, nikon always makes good products
Pros: very clear and sharp optic for the money...
Would recommend: Yes
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