The Nikon ACULON A211 12 x 50 Porro Prism Binoculars feature fog-proof lenses and multicoated BaK-4 porro prisms that provide high-quality images under a multitude of lighting conditions. The rubber armor-coated, water-resistant exterior is rugged and easy to grip in wet conditions, and the matte finish won't give away your position. Twist-up eyecups offer comfortable viewing, and the center-focus knob is easy to adjust. Includes a neck strap, lens covers, a tripod mount and a padded carry case.
Features and Benefits
Multicoated BaK-4 porro prisms provide high-quality images under a multitude of lighting conditions
Fog-proof lenses allow for optimal viewing
Twist-up eyecups for comfortable viewing
Rubber armor-coated, water-resistant exterior is rugged and easy to grip in wet conditions
Matte finish won't give away your position
Center-focus knob is easy to adjust
Includes a neck strap, lens covers, a tripod mount and a padded carry case
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What's in the Box
Nikon ACULON A211 12 x 50 Porro Prism Binoculars
Rated 5 out of
Really brings 'em in!Excellent Nikon quality. If you're looking for high quality binos without breaking the bank these are the ones...
Date published: 2017-02-08
Rated 4 out of
Nikon Quality at a good priceI bought this item at Academy about three weeks ago. I had a 10x50 Mead in which something inside the sealed unit broke loose (probably a spring) and dropped down in front of the lens blocking vision on the left side. I worked my way through every set of binoculars Academy had on display; none had the right combination of features until I got to the Nikon Aculon. The image was clear, focus was good, and the magnification was right. I wanted something that I could use on the rifle range to double as a spotting scope. At 100 yards, 30 caliber holes are just barely visible, but adequate for me. I suspect they would visible at 200 as well if shoot-n-see targets were utilized. However, as good as they are, they are not rubber armored, so they are probably not waterproof. Owners needs to take care not to expose them to water. Still a good product, and hands down better than the Mead. If being used as a spotter, the user would be advised to get the tripod adapter available through Nikon and mount the binocular on a tripod, because at 100 yards, every time the user's heart beats the field of vision shakes and moves. Some method of steadying the binocular is needed.
Date published: 2016-04-15
Rated 4 out of
Good BinocularsThe feel and grip of this product is just right. I never have had a 16 power Binocular, I am used to the 10 power, I am glad I got these. They are easy on my eye's.
The eye cups rise and fall easily. The strap is right. Also the focusing is great. I would and recommend this product to every one who is looking for a full size bino with top notch features.
Date published: 2015-01-03
Rated 2 out of
Alright binos. Got water in them first time out.Great glass for price. Good fov. But when they got water in them the first time out in the field, I was thoroughly disappointed.
If Nikon wants to make it right, That would be nice.