Nikon Monarch 12×42 ATB Binoculars


Nikon Monarch 12x42 ATB Binoculars
Nikon Monarch 12x42 ATB Binoculars


Nikon 12×42 Monarch ATB Binocular is the right choice for outdoor use and for people who require superior optical. This binocular has 12 times the magnification and in this range, it is 50% stronger than the common 8 times magnification binoculars. As a result of this, you will be able to get up close to the action, without sacrificing image and optical integrity. The rugged design of the Nikon Monarch 12×42 Binoculars makes it the perfect companion for hunting and outdoor, mountaineering, camping, hiking, marine sports, fishing and for eye glass wearers. The binocular is also 100% Fogproof and Waterproof, allowing it to live up to its name as the all-terrain binocular (ATB). The binocular is backed by Nikon’s 25 year limited Warranty coverage and that can let the owner rest at ease.

The Nikon Monarch 12×42 Binocular comes with multicoated lenses and phase corrected prisms that allow it to have superior performance due to the visual integrity and brightness that it provides. The binocular also has adjustable eyecups and long eye relief that provides additional comfort for users who use it with or without eyeglasses. The Nikon Monarch ATB 12×42 Binocular also has multi-settings and click stop.

The unit dimensions are 5.7 x 5.0 inches, It weighs 23 oz, weatherproof, waterproof, nitrogen purged prism material and Phase-coated BaK-4 Coatings. It also has a rugged design based off it’s fully multi-coated armoring rubber eye cups and twist-up design. The 12×42 Monarch ATB binocular is made with Nikon’s lead- and arsenic-free Eco-glass.

Nikon Monarch 12×42 Binocular Technical Details

  •          The binocular has a 12x magnification that allow for a 262-foot field of view at 1000 yards
  •          Lens diameter of 42mm
  •          Weighs 21.8 ounces
  •          100 % waterproof and fogproof
  •          Fully multicoated optics and high-index prisms
  •          All lenses and prisms are multilayer-coated for the brightest images
  •          Phase-correction-coated roof prisms for high resolution
  •          High-reflection mirror-coating prism for bright image
  •          High-eyepoint design provides a clear field of view, even for eyeglass wearers 
  •          Close focusing distance: 2.5m
  •          Eco-glass optics that are free of lead and arsenic are used for all lenses and prisms 
  •          Waterproof (up to 1m/3.3 ft. for 5 minutes) and fog-free with nitrogen gas
  •          Turn-and-slide rubber eyecups facilitate easy positioning of eyes at the correct eyepoint 
  •          Rubber armouring for shock resistance and a firm, comfortable grip
  •          Lightweight body uses fibreglass-reinforced polycarbonate resin
  •          Wide strap
  •          Can be fixed to a tripod using optional tripod adaptor

Nikon Monarch 12 x 42 Magnification (power)

Binoculars are commonly described by using a pair of numbers,  in this case “12×42”. The first of these numbers refers to the magnification offered by the binocular. Magnification is why most people buy a pair of binoculars. In the example above, “12x” makes things look twelve times closer. The first number used to describe binoculars always refers to their magnification.

It should be noted that everything is magnified when you look through a pair of binoculars. The higher the power, the more pronounced are shakes and movements.

Objective lens (diameter)

The second number most commonly associated with binoculars refers to the diameter of the objective lens in millimeters. When you see binoculars like the Nikon Monarch “12×42,” the “42” means that the front lenses of the binoculars are 42mm. This is good information to know, because the larger the diameter, the more light can enter into the binoculars and be focused to the eyes. This means that with the larger lenses, it will make it easier to see in dim light.

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