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Nikon Aculon A30 10x25 Binoculars (Refurbished) EXPIRED

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  • This price matches the last time these binoculars were a Frontpage Deal in September.
  • Comes with a 90 Day Nikon Warranty. -oceanlake

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Lol how much is skygenius paying you?!? Ill double it

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FWIW we bought these 10x25 and another SD, 10x50 and ended up returning these Nikon 10x25. These were nice but the bigger 50s were super clear.

My suggestion is to get these 10x25 if you're looking for smaller, lighter and waterproof, otherwise the SkyGenius deal is the way to go.
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FWIW we bought these 10x25 and another SD, 10x50 and ended up returning these Nikon 10x25. These were nice but the bigger 50s were super clear.

My suggestion is to get these 10x25 if you're looking for smaller, lighter and waterproof, otherwise the SkyGenius deal is the way to go.
Do you have a link if they are still available? Thx
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FWIW we bought these 10x25 and another SD, 10x50 and ended up returning these Nikon 10x25. These were nice but the bigger 50s were super clear.

My suggestion is to get these 10x25 if you're looking for smaller, lighter and waterproof, otherwise the SkyGenius deal is the way to go.
Lol how much is skygenius paying you?!? Ill double it
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Had these for about 2 months. Same deal, Price. Refurbished but it arrive "like new".

I use it often when I hike and go mountain biking.
These are the first pair of binoculars i owned myself.

Build quality is great. Dropped it a few times and thought it would be damaged but it stood strong.
Comes with a case that has a belt strap and lens covers (i dont use them anymore because i lost one during a cycling session, but the carrying case does the job well protecting them)

Magnification of lens is enough to check out wild life from a distance and gaze at the moon at night!

Fyi. These are manufactured in china now, not anymore 🇯🇵. Not an issue with me tho

Honestly, great for the price! And does the job well. No complaints
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Just ordered. My first pair of binoculars so not sure what to expect. Hopefully they're good!
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SkyGenius 10 x 50 Powerful Binoculars for Adults Durable Full-Size Clear Binoculars for Bird Watching Travel Sightseeing Hunting Wildlife Watching Outdoor Sports Games and Concerts https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MQVX...JFb5GZCK0T
Wouldn't a 10x50 be extremely jerky when used hand held?
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Wouldn't a 10x50 be extremely jerky when used hand held?
Both have the same 10x magnification, so they both magnify any handholding motion the same amount. The 10x50 lets in more light, and, maybe by also being heavier, may actually be more stable when hand-holding and viewing.

But there are other factors to consider other than magnification and light-gathering ability, such as quality of the lens and therefore the imaging quality, as well as compactness and weight, which may be a significant factor depending on how you plan to use the binoculars. The 10x50 weighs about three times as much as the 10x25 Nikon.
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Bought these at this price a few months back despite having a few different brands. These are garbage and collect dust on a shelf. Optics are not clear nor stable. PIA to look through.
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Both have the same 10x magnification, so they both magnify any handholding motion the same amount. The 10x50 lets in more light, and, maybe by also being heavier, may actually be more stable when hand-holding and viewing.

But there are other factors to consider other than magnification and light-gathering ability, such as quality of the lens and therefore the imaging quality, as well as compactness and weight, which may be a significant factor depending on how you plan to use the binoculars. The 10x50 weighs about three times as much as the 10x25 Nikon.
I might add that the "50" in 10x50 is also going to mean a larger field of view. A 10x25 binoc is going to be harder to hold on a moving target, like wildlife, flock of geese or a car race but would be fine for "what's that street sign say in the distance?" Match up what you plan to use them for to avoid a frustrating experience.
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Are these good for spying on the neighbors across the street?
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