- Top-shelf optics are compact and crystal clear: The binoculars pack Swiss optical engineering in your palm; using high-grade optics, authentic Bak4 prisms and completely multi-coated lenses, the binoculars provide a 357 foot (at 1000 yards) field of view wherever you go.
- Supreme adjustability to fit all faces: Twist up eyecups have an adjustable eye relief of 7-13mm and an interpupillary distance of 56-74mm and +/-3 degrees of diopter adjustability. What does that mean? It means the binoculars will work with any face and any eyes with or without glasses on.
- IPX7-certified and nitrogen-injected construction is fully waterproof and fog-proof: Whether subjected to a torrential downpour, stowed in a soggy backpack, or victim of a spilled drink, the binoculars refuse to fog up or stop working. With a medical grade O-ring assembly and injected with inert nitrogen gas, the binoculars have an IPXU waterproof rating that make them submersible for up to 30 minutes in 3 feet of water!
- Multi-coated lenses offer supreme clarity: Nocs binoculars have 6 pieces of glass in both cylinders, each piece layered in anti-reflective coating with a low refractory index and each surface coated with multiple layers to deliver a crisp, bright image and excellent color clarity.
- Rugged no-slip grip delivers functional comfort: Those funky ridges on the outside of the binoculars look really cool, but, even better, they provide exceptional ergonomic grip while also protecting the internal optics from impact.
- Compatible with your smartphone for close-up photography: If you pair the binoculars with the Photo Rig Adapter accessory (sold separately), the binoculars can function like a 400mm camera lens for your phone and let you capture up-close photos or video.
- No-Matter-What Lifetime Warranty: Nocs Provisions believes so strongly in their products that they stand behind them with a true lifetime guaranty. Not satisfied or have any problems? They'll take them back and even pay return shipping.
Is 8x25 or 10x25 better for me?
Either option does a great job of bringing objects closer, but there are some tradeoffs regardless of which model you choose. The 8x25 optics provide a wide field of view (357 feet) with magnification like a 400mm lens. The 10x25 optics have a narrower field of vision (315 feet) but have a higher magnification similar to a 500mm lens. The compromise on getting the increased magnification is that it offers a less stable handheld image and the image itself will be less bright than the one provided at the 8x magnification. To interpret that more straightforwardly, the 10x magnification will get you a "closer" view but it can be a bit more challenging to locate the object you want to view.