Nikon 8247 aculon a211 7×50 binocular (black)

(8 customer reviews)

$109.95 $105.00

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  • aculon a211 7×50 binoculars are designed to be as light as possible in conjunction with splendid ergonomics.
  • flip-and-slide rubber eyecups permit for comfy viewing during prolonged durations of use.
  • made with a round multicoated eco-glass lenses shiny and clear photos in maximum lighting fixtures conditions.
  • the smooth important consciousness knob makes these binoculars simple to perform and easy to awareness.
  • a durable rubber-armored coating ensures a non-slip grip, even in moist situations.

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from the manufacturer

aculon a211 binoculars deliver a excessive quality photo in a large number of conditions

the aculon a211 binoculars function multicoated lenses and prisms made with nikon’s distinct lead and arsenic loose eco-glass. The bak4 porro prism systems inside all aculon a211 binoculars supply a high great image under a multitude of lights conditions, making those binoculars powerful from sunrise till dusk for a ramification of hobbies, along with carrying occasions, nature looking, tour and searching.

aculon a211 performance capabilities

a triad of optical technology is incorporated into the aculon a211 binoculars. Aspherical eyepiece lenses resource in turning in a flat discipline of view, while lens multicoating complements image brightness. The nikon eco-glass ’ lenses supply awesome readability and precision in a lighter-weight, lead and arsenic-free glass composition.

allows clean positioning of eyes at the correct eye-point and lets in for relaxed viewing at some stage in extended durations of use.

the aculon a211 binoculars are designed to be as light as feasible together with notable ergonomics. This assures you will be secure and steady at some stage in extended durations of use and makes them extraordinarily easy to carry all day lengthy.

product description

aculon a211 7×50 binoculars are constructed with multi-motive capability and a lightweight, ergonomic design. Those binoculars are perfect for the ones seeking out extremely versatile, excessive high-quality, and economically priced optics with a ensuing 7mm go out scholar best for night time viewing or on-the-water viewing. The aculon a211 7×50 binoculars deliver mid-range magnification along with big 50mm objective lenses in a compact design and are mild sufficient to be carried quite simply to any trip or occasion. Constructed to closing with eco-safe additives and designed to carry out in a ramification of situations, the aculon a211 7×50 binoculars are certain to bring you even towards the movement and come up with an revel in not anything quick of remarkable, all at a completely inexpensive charge.

Product Dimensions

8.6, x, 4.25, x, 4.25, inches

Item Weight

2.83, pounds



Item model number


Customer Reviews

4.7, out, of, 5, stars, 189, ratings, 4.7, out, of, 5, stars

Best Sellers Rank

#2, 310, in, Camera, &, Photo, Products, (See, Top, 100, in, Camera, &, Photo, Products), #429, in, Binoculars

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

January, 29, 2013





8 reviews for Nikon 8247 aculon a211 7×50 binocular (black)

  1. B. Nance

    Call me silly, but I’m a Canon Camera guy and I was a little bit wary of buying Nikon binoculars. It just seemed blasphemous. But the price of these mixed with Nikon’s admittedly stellar reputation for making great glass made it too hard to pass up. I’m so glad I bought these. They’re so amazing for the price. The optics are crystal clear (I have good vision), and the 50mm objective lens is absolutely worth the slightly large size if you want bright, clear views. It actually seems to me that what I’m viewing through these is even a little brighter than it appears with my naked eye. This is great in the evenings when the sun goes does, and for looking at the moon and stars. You may think that 7x magnification is not that much, but it makes whatever you’re looking at much, much larger than with the naked eye. Also, anything more than 7x magnification is difficult to hold steady for most people without a monopod or tripod. I had a pair of 20x once, and they were nearly impossible to use properly without a tripod. 7x is ideal to me. Best balance. Overall, these are just plain wonderful. I can’t recommend them enough. They work so well and are clearly well made. I highly recommend them to anyone that doesn’t need pocket sized binoculars. Read more

  2. Alan D

    These binoculars came on time and in perfect condition. Although I am not an “expert”, I feel that they are a good buy (have used for about 10 days). The field, magnification, and clarity all are fine and as expected. The grip surfaces are good, firm but providing good traction. The diopter adjustment is more than enough for me and the eyecup mechanism works well. I do not have to use my “distance” glasses. Lastly, the cap on the front of the focus barrel is easy to remove and my tripod can be connected directly to it- no adapter – when in “portrait” orientation. I have 2 minor complaints- the center hash mark on the diopter ring is not very distinctive; I may paint it white so that I can quickly confirm that it is the right location, rather than having to refocus (a 2 step process). The other complaint is that the front lens covers would be easy to lose, due to the lack of any lanyard. I addressed this by simply connecting them with a piece of fishing line which runs through the slot for the focus control. I took off 1 star only because these 2 issues could be easily and cheaply addressed. (Think 4.5 stars!) Read more

  3. RedLeader

    You can’t go wrong with Nikon. They make quality optics at in a range of prices. Before purchasing these I looked at the Bushnell H2O and the Vixen 7 x 50. Both were less expensive and the quality of the image was not as good as the Nikons. Very very happy with the quality of the build, the ease of use, twist up eyecups, excellent eye relieve, wide range of adjustment for the right eye (compared to insufficient adjustment in the Bushnells) I highly recommend the Aculon line of Nikon. Read more

  4. Tom in Indiana

    Right out of the box I found these binocs difficult to impossible to use. The center-focus knob was stiff and hard to turn. The right eye focus ring was virtually stuck and nearly impossible to turn. And the two barrels might have been misaligned since since I could not achieve a comfortable image for both eyes together. Very disappointing for a Nikon product! Possibly this particular unit was a defective lemon? Being returned. While maybe not a defect, I purchased these to look night and day through a picture window into an illuminated garden fish-pond adjacent to my house. But the binocular would not focus close enough for that for the nearer part of the pond, a distance of about ten-eleven feet. Yet an older pair of Nikon 7×35 binoculars does focus that closely. Read more

  5. Mike

    This is my first real binocular purchase. It seems pretty good quality for the price. Images are sharp. The easily adjustable eye-relief cups make it easy to switch between members of my family who don’t wear eyeglasses with those who do. The wide field of view makes it easier to see constellations when looking at stars and I don’t need a tripod. The only drawback is that without wearing eyeglasses, I’m unable to focus to infinity with these binoculars. But most other binoculars I’ve tried also have this issue with my eyesight. Read more

  6. Adam C.

    I’ve had these binoculars for a little over a year now, and I must say that I’m very impressed. I primarily have used them for viewing the night sky, but they are also good for birdwatching. For the price, the clarity of the image is excellent, and they are very easy to use and focus. These are durable, and a welcome addition to any amateur astronomer’s toolkit. I would highly recommend for an individual looking to occasionally view the heavens, or to purchase for children interested in getting started in astronomy. Read more

  7. pellegrino

    if this could be a negative it would be the only one I believe I could only buy Nikon after this one this one is so much better than all my Celestron and oRyan’s put together. I always keep a lot binoculars so this one will now be my standard that I’ll measure every other one against. and it’s truly sealed all the others that claim to be sealed get cloudy when they dampen this one doesn’t dampen Read more

  8. Alejandro Haua

    I bought these for my boat and didn’t want to spend the money on a “marine”, really high dollar pair. The quality on the Nikon Aculon is excellent and leave little to be desired. They’re not small, but I knew this before I purchased them. For the price, it’s hard to go wrong with such a trusted brand. Read more

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