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The 7430 Monarch is the perfect pair of binoculars for nature lovers, ornithologists, hikers and just casual users alike.
These binoculars are untouched in their price range. In fact, they compare very favorably to brands like Leica and Opticron with models that cost over three times as much.
Well then, lets take a look at what makes the 7430 Monarch so much better than its competitors.
Firstly there is the weight. The Nikon 7430 is a very lightweight pair of binoculars. They weigh only one and a half pounds. Not too much at all. This means there is no problem holding them for extended periods of time, and no problem keeping them steady. Great news for both your wrists and your neck.
Also the Monarch 7430 is constructed with durability very much in mind. A special rubber armor exterior means that they are extremely robust. Unfortunately, accidents do happen and binoculars do get dropped and knocked, but with the 7430 this should be no cause for alarm.
Moreover, the Nikon 7430 Monarch can be used in virtually any terrain. Hence the all-terrain in the name. They are shock proof, fog proof and water proof. A trip down the amazon or to the arctic is equally suitable for these bins.
Also, when it comes to image, the clarity and depth of field of these binoculars is quite extraordinary. Nikon have incorporated a roof prism, fully multi-coated lenses and precision aligned optics into these binoculars giving an image that is exceptionally crisp and bright.
So, I think we can certainly say that we are talking about high quality binoculars. But how much do they cost? Hold on to your seats for this one, because the Nikon 7430 Monarch 8x42mm All-Terrain Binoculars are available for under $250. This is less than a third of the price of other similar quality binoculars from its main competitors, Opticron, Leica and Zeiss.