Nikon Monarch 7 binoculars

To: Graeme Chapman <>
Subject: Nikon Monarch 7 binoculars
From: "Donald G. Kimball" <>
Date: Sat, 16 Dec 2017 04:21:33 +0000
Hi Graeme:

Yes its very very important to note that the recommended binocular is the
Monarch 7.   NOT JUST nikon monarch.  Their were several versions of the
Monarch previously.  Monarch ATB, Monarch 5 etc. The monarch 7 is by far
the best Nikon monarch that has been produced.  They come in the following
sizes:  8x30, 8x42, and 10x42.


Don K

On Thu, Dec 14, 2017 at 9:53 PM, Graeme Chapman <
> wrote:

> Peter,
> Care should be taken when referring to models of Nikon binocs.
> Nikon Monarch and Nikon Monarch 7s are totally different.
> The Monarch 7s are nearly double the price of ordinary Monarchs and indeed
> according to their specs are very good.
> I have had two pairs of the ordinary Monarchs, ordinary being the key
> word, but adequate. One of them we still have, but the other pair,
> purchased at the same time, stopped focussing within a year and they had
> never even been outside!
> Nikon Monarch 5  8 x 42 are currently on special at B & H for US$247,
> ordinary perhaps but adequate, and certainly good value. Works out at less
> than $350 landed.
> Cheers
> Graeme
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