SKU: GC46-BAA860WC

Nikon Aculon T02 8x21 Green Compact Binoculars

The Nikon Sport Optics 8x21 Aculon T02 Compact Binoculars give you a versatile and capable optic that easily fits in the palm of your hand—making it an ideal companion for all your observation needs from the ballpark to the hiking trail to the concert venue to sightseeing around a new city. Its anti-reflection multicoated optics, eco-friendly glass, and compact roof prisms produce bright and clear images with enhanced contrast and accurate colour representation. The sleek and stylish design not only looks cool, but it also gives the Aculon a solid feel in the hand with a comfortable grip. A low-profile focus wheel enables easy to use for lefties or righties with a right-eye dioptric correction that brings your view into tack-sharp focus even if you wear corrective lenses.

Features:

Moderate 8x power magnifies view without sacrificing field of view

21mm objective lenses ensure slim optical tubes

BK7 roof prisms help to maintain a compact form factor

Anti-reflection fully multicoated optics maximize light transmission and provide improved contrast and colour fidelity

330' field of view at 1000 yards

Closed bridge configuration provides a solid platform for the internal focusing mechanism

Textured low-profile centre focusing wheel is easy to use with either hand

Right eye dioptric correction allows precision focusing

56 to 71mm interpupillary distance enables easy use by most people

Twist-up eyecups for comfortable use with or without eyewear

10.3mm eye relief

2.6mm exit pupil

Lead and arsenic-free eco-friendly glass has a reduced weight versus conventional glass without sacrificing performance

Sleek design to smooth lines minimize the form factor to more easily fit into pockets and packs while reducing snag hazards

Compact (8.63 cm long) and lightweight (195 g)

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Product Overview

The Nikon Sport Optics 8x21 Aculon T02 Compact Binoculars give you a versatile and capable optic that easily fits in the palm of your hand—making it an ideal companion for all your observation needs from the ballpark to the hiking trail to the concert venue to sightseeing around a new city. Its anti-reflection multicoated optics, eco-friendly glass, and compact roof prisms produce bright and clear images with enhanced contrast and accurate colour representation. The sleek and stylish design not only looks cool, but it also gives the Aculon a solid feel in the hand with a comfortable grip. A low-profile focus wheel enables easy to use for lefties or righties with a right-eye dioptric correction that brings your view into tack-sharp focus even if you wear corrective lenses.

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