ACULON A211 10x50
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The ACULON A211 10x50 binoculars are built with multi-purpose functionality and a lightweight, ergonomic design. These binoculars are perfect for those looking for extremely versatile, high quality, and economically priced optics.
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ACULON A211 10x50
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Yes These are not waterproof but, you get the biggest bang for your buck. It is a great all purpose binocular. They are better construction compared to many competitors asking for the same features. These are reliable and great lenses. They are brighter than my monarch but, when it comes to brightness they surpass the Steiner and Bushnell porro prism binoculars..
I use the Aculon 10x50s in conjunction with a smartphone app to search for and spot satellites. Crisp images and a good field of view are a necessity and the Nikon ticks all the boxes. I too found the diopter a little tight at first but once "zeroed" it stays there so, for me, it's a plus.
5 stars love the 6.5 angle, Crisp and clear,big value for the price. Light weight and easy to handle.l would recommend
I am impressed with all the Aculons, and these are no exception. For inexpensive units they never fail to amaze me, it's true. The diopter ring is indeed rigid, but it may be a plus doing away with a locking mechanism. Optically nice, clear, crisp. Lack of waterproofing is a real drawback if you live in a humid environment, because mold/milder/fungus otherwise will be happy to feast on the interior lenses and prisms.
I use these for both bird watching and my local area car and boat drag racing. The magnification and clarity are great for events that attend.
Good value, comfortable, sturdy, bright, clear, sharp optics. As the previous reviewer mentioned, the diopter ring is much too difficult to turn, a surprising oversight for Nikon. Still, best value for the money.
For the price these Aculons are impossible to beat. They are not waterproof but I doubt I'll need them for astronomy in the rain anyway! Visually these Nikons are very crisp and bright and a huge step up from department store varieties. Well done Nikon!
I just got these binoculars and am having some difficulty turning the diopter ring. At first it wouldn't move at all, but with some persistence and using two hands (4 fingers) I was able to get it to move. I guarantee you my grip is stronger than most. I have been working it back and forth for several minutes and it seems to be getting easier, but still far from easy. Hate to go through the hassle of returning it, but had much higher expectations of Nikon quality. The one I looked at in the store did not have this problem. I can live with this but now worry about the quality of the product overall. Hoping the optics will redeem these.
I didn't know what I was getting for such a low price, but I have to say that these are Awesome. I am so glad I purchased these. I am amazed at the clairity of this item. I love them and I know you will too.