Nikon 7572 prostaff 5 10×50 binocular (black)

(8 customer reviews)

$196.95

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  • see the outside up close in brilliant, real looking shade thanks to completely multicoated lens and prism system.
  • big 50mm goal lenses decorate viewing functionality in lower mild, decrease evaluation situations accompanying dawn and dusk.
  • prostaff five’s turn-and-slide eyecups and lengthy eye remedy provide a secure view for everybody, even if carrying eyeglasses,

Availability: 661 in stock

SKU: C11CE6BEZP755 Category:

product description

inside the many respected nikon product strains, the prostaff call is synonymous with dependable, rugged optical gear engineered to enhance every out of doors enjoy. The prostaff 5 binocular line lives as much as its call with completely multicoated optical machine, multi-click on, turn-and-slide rubber eyecups, long eye alleviation, water-resistant/fog proof performance and a light-weight and rugged, yet smooth and comfy frame.

Product Dimensions

7.4, x, 5.5, x, 1.96, inches

Item Weight

1.79, pounds

ASIN

B00BD5ADYO

Item model number

7572

Customer Reviews

4.5, out, of, 5, stars, 141, ratings, 4.5, out, of, 5, stars

Best Sellers Rank

#2, 084, in, Camera, &, Photo, Products, (See, Top, 100, in, Camera, &, Photo, Products), #393, in, Binoculars

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Date First Available

February, 8, 2013

Department

Unisex-adult

Manufacturer

Nikon

8 reviews for Nikon 7572 prostaff 5 10×50 binocular (black)

  1. Ian Thomas

    After getting all of my binoculars stolen, I thought I would give Nikon a try. I have a few other optic products from Nikon, so the choice was easy. I was not disappointed. Great clarity, light, easy to focus, and very good magnification. Perfect all around set of glasses. Great for the dash of your pickup, durable enough for your 4wheeler, light enough for your pack. Wouldn’t recommend wearing them around your neck all day without a better strap. Read more

  2. Amazon Customer

    After reading all the reviews on Amazon, I decided to order these for my husband’s birthday! He absolutely loves them! We live very close to a mountain in Arizona and now we can see so clearly!!! These binoculars are really the best bang for your buck! Great product and visual distance!!! Love these!! Read more

  3. John H Goff Sr

    I already have a set of 10×50 binoculars, so I wondered if it was wise to spend more money on the same binocular different brand. It was. There is no comparison. These binoculars are soooo much clearer it’s not even funny. I am very happy with the quality of these binoculars. And Nikon seems to be a company that stands behind their product. They are a little heavier than regular binoculars, but I imagine it’s due to the quality. The adjustments are smooth to operate, and they come with a padded case, and real good neck strap. They gather more light, so you can hunt later. Read more

  4. dhlincali

    I bought this pair of binoculars to replace a pair (other brand name) I had owned for 31 years. Binoculars have changed alot in that time. This Prostaff 5 does everything I ask of it. Great ergonomics and focusing. Glass is fairly sharp but lacks the crisp sharpness of a Leica of some of the other champion brands. That said, you wont be disappointed, great for birds, people watching, and getting that license plate from a block or more away. Read more

  5. Ann Lorenzen

    I bought these as a 70th (yikes!) Birthday present for myself, and I am so glad that I did. I did a LOT of research before purchasing these, and they must surely be one of the best buys for first-time binocular owners. Reason being: they are so comfortable and much less weighty than many competitors’ (10X50s can be up to 3 pounds!). My brother was quite pleased (and a bit surprised, I think) that I bought these without asking him beforehand. (He prefers the $400-$500 German glass binocs.) I am looking forward to his next visit when we will spend some time out in the ‘wild’ here on the Central Coast comparing our glasses. I didn’t even realize that they are also waterproof. Happy Birthday to me!! BTW, I do coastal trail and cliff walks, target shoot, and just generally love to ‘eyeball’ the great outdoors. Much easier to enjoy those things now, thanks to these glasses. Read more

  6. pluszero

    These binoculars were just what I was looking for. I wear glasses and this model has long eye relief so I don’t have to take my glasses off to use them. But if I want to use them without glasses, the eyecups can be extended out by turning them a fraction of a turn. A very nice feature. They are bright and compact, not as wide as poro prism binoculars. I love the finish because it isn’t slippery. You could say the finish grips. Shifting focus is easy while viewing and of course one eyepiece has diopter adjustment. These would probably be a good choice most folks. Read more

  7. Eon Studio

    May be I expectation to Nikon is too high. I feel the image quality, ease of use and others like fog control is just average. It is a good product though. Read more

  8. Sam

    We have an old pair of Sears 7×35 glasses, and an old pair of 10×50 that are really heavy. These new Nikon’s are lightweight, with very good clearity compared to the old hand me downs. Really no comparison. Read more

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