Nikon

34% Off
Nikon 8x25 Trailblazer ATB, Water Proof Roof Prism Binocular with 8.2 Degree Angle of View.

Our Price

$76.95
Buy more and save
Quantity Discount
QuantityAmount

The quantity discount will be reflected in your shopping cart

List Price: $116.95

Availability: In Stock & Ready to Ship

Free Expedited Shipping

See all shipping options

Nikon 8x25 Roof Prism: Picture 1 regular $76.95

About Nikon 8x25 Roof Prism

The Nikon Trailblazer ATB wateproof compact 8x25 binocular is fully waterproof and fog-proof. This binocular is high on value and function but low on cost and weight. The multicoated optics and twist-up eyecups of this Nikon Binocular ensure a clear view and comfortable fit for everyone.

The Waterproof / Fogproof Trailblazer 8x25 binocular is Nikon's compact all terrain binocular. It features sleek, lightweight body, lead-and arsenic-free Eco-Glass optics. Rubber coating of this water proof / fog proof binocular provides a comfortable grip. The multiple layers of anti-reflective compounds offer crisp and sharp viewing.

Nikon 8x25 Roof Prism Features

  • 100% Waterproof, Fogproof
  • Compact and rugged design
  • Nitrogen filled and O-ring sealed
  • Wide field of view
  • Rubber armored body
  • Turn-and-slide eyecups

Nikon 8x25 Roof Prism Specifications

Magnification
8x
Objective Diameter
25 mm
Angular Field of view (Real)
8.2
Angular Field of view (Apparent)
65.6
FOV @ 1000yds
429 ft.
Close Focus Distance
8.2 ft.
Exit Pupil
3.1 mm
Relative Brightness
9.6
Eye Relief
10 mm
Mfr #
8217
SKU
NK825T

Nikon 8x25 Roof Prism Reviews Powered by TurnTo®

Review Snapshot®

 
4.6

(based on 5 reviews)

80%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (0)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Outstanding Quality

Very Clear

Reviewed by 5 customers

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Worked very well

By

I bought these for a trip to Costa Rica. We didn't use them too much in the rain but they didn't fog in the high humidity of the rain forests. The sizing felt just right in terms of being able to focus on things and not get tired. I was wondering if I wanted more light (i.e. 8 x 42) but this was just right. Any heavier and I would have thought twice about bringing them on every outing. The eyepiece does tend to move in/out too much but it's just a minor inconvenience and only noticed it some times.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Outstanding Quality

By

Very Clear

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

it's bright and light

By

I like it very much so I have brought 4 for my friends

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Accessories

By

Yes this product came with a case and a strap.

 
5.0

I got what I wanted

By

I got this product because I have vision problems. I did some reseach before I bought it. It works well for me and my purposes. For inexpensive binos I think it's a good deal.

Q&A

Questions & Answers Powered by TurnTo®

Questions about this item:

Donna F  For birdwatching, do you recommend an 8 x 24 or 10 x 24?
WILLIAM B  I prefer the 8x24 for bird-watching while hiking. I had used wide-angle Nikon 7x25 (until a recent jarring trip to Belize "un-aligned" them forever). The actual angle of view of the 8x24 is nearly the same as the 7x25. (For some hikes I do take the beautiful, but considerably heavier, wide-angle Nikon 8x35). Re 10x24, for me, it's difficult to keep the "point of interest" (bird, etc) near the center of the field of view without a tripod, because of increased magnification and reduced angle of view. My old 7x25 and now the 8x24 are very light weight. Ideally, "image stabilized" 8x35 would be my choice, but they're maybe seven times the weight and maybe fourteen times the price. For stargazing, my 7x50 and somewhat lighter 8x35 are favorites.
Shopper  Does this come with straps and a case?
THOMAS L  Yes for both.
Shopper  I'm debating between the 8 power and 10 power on this model. Other than the obvious advantage of greater field of vision on the 8's versus the higher power of the 10's, any personal preferences or issues to consider in my selection? Is stability really a concern or big difference between the two powers?
THOMAS L  Stability is definitely a concern. The larger zoom power makes the effect of unstable hands more prominent. I have both the 8x25 Traiblazer and the 10x36 Monach. The 10x36 definitely requires more stable hands.
See more questions and answers
top
Share this item:
Adorama.com is top rated for customer serviceHACKER SAFE certified sites prevent over 99.9% of hacker crime.
Feedback