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Nikon Aculon A211 10x50 Binoculars $99 Delivered, Others A211 Range Also Discounted @ Amazon AU

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Half price drop on these for the next week or unless stock is sold out. Really good reviews and is currently the cheapest out there at the moment and lowest price according to camelcamelcamel.

Description
The ACULON A211 10x50 Binoculars feature 10-power multi-coated lenses and 50mm objectives fabricated with Nikon™s exclusive lead and arsenic free Eco-Glass. The BaK4 Porro prism systems within all ACULON A211 binoculars deliver a high quality image under a multitude of lighting conditions, making these binoculars effective from dawn till dusk. All together the ACULON A211 10x50 binoculars are a quality, cost effective choice.

Key Features:
* Quality and Affordability
* Aspherical Multicoated Eco-Glass Lenses
* Turn-and-Slide Rubber Eyecups
* Smooth Central Focus Knob
* Ergonomic, Lightweight Body Design
* Durable Rubber-Armored Coating

Others have been discounted too:
Nikon ACULON A211 7x35 Binoculars, $124.85
Nikon ACULON A211 7x50 Binoculars, $143.65
Nikon ACULON A211 8-18x42 Binoculars, $211.65
Nikon ACULON A211 8x42 Binoculars, $126.65
Nikon ACULON A211 10x42 Binoculars, $135.15
Nikon ACULON A211 12x50 Binoculars, $160.65 - On backorder
Nikon ACULON A211 16x50 Binoculars, $186.15

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  • +1

    Really good reviews and is currently the cheapest out there at the moment and lowest price according to camelcamelcamel

    I guess buy now think later.

    • BNTL = Buy Now Think Later

  • +4

    birdwatching

    • +3

      My fav sport x 2.

    • +2

      ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

    • -1

      Yes, let's all pitch in and buy a pair for Mr Andrew Laming. Not that he would need that.

  • While I will not be buying this pair (already having some old binoculars of similar strength/weight), this has reminded me I need to find some good travel binoculars… Thanks for the reminder!!

    • +3

      I went on a trip a few years ago to Kenya. A lot of the other people in the group had small travel binoculars, but I couldn't afford the expense and brought along an older, much larger set.

      Was really self conscious about pulling them out the first time, but by the end of the week my larger pair turned out to be far superior to anything anyone else had and they were getting handed around so everyone could get a better look at things.

      Point being, unless you really need that compact feature, think twice about going smaller. You give up a lot to get the smaller size.

  • +5

    which one of those would be best for some astronomy?

    • +1

      I bought them for this reason and it really depends on what you want to achieve.

      You'll get a great view of the moon and they reveal a bunch more stars than the naked eye.

      The primary issue is stability, as they aren't particularly light and are hard to hold still. They work best when you have somewhere to perch your elbows.

      They are a good investment, especially for this price. They aren't a hassle to stow in your backpack for hikes and give you a great view at some of the lookouts.

      I might just be getting old but these are one of my favourite recent purchases.

    • The more light allowed the better. In my case have a pair of below which are 15 x 63 i.e. the 63 being the diameter of lens thus allow more light and a wide field of view . All of above are X50
      https://www.amazon.com/Orion-09466-Giant-Astronomy-Binocular...

      I am only nothing this as a general FYI for Astronomy and am not saying X50 is bad or anything. Having said that, one does need a Tripod or the likes with x15 binoculars otherwise a tad shaky.

  • +5

    Guess i'm a birdwatcher now. Cashrewards for the sports & outdoors category is 8% btw

  • +1

    Seems like a reasonable deal but "Half price drop" seems like a stretch when they generally sell for $150. Even Nikon's website has them listed for less than the supposed RRP ($189). Maybe better described as 30% off.

  • And it's gone.

  • Thank you, purchased one , there was only 1 left

  • Thanks OP got one.. when I purchase only 2 left

  • +1

    I prefer monocular if just an enthusiast

    • +3

      Don't you miss watching birds in stereo?

    • Like a pirate?

    • To keep your other hand free for "other" things? :D

  • Save yourself from wasting money and buy from the Swarovski EL range

    • +2

      how much it cost please ? kindly share the best price available

    • +1

      For 3 or 4 grand? Yeah, nah. Dreaming mate.

  • Have the 8x42 versions of these, bulkier and heavier than roof prism binoculars but good for the price

  • Sold out! Stop buying things I want hahaha

  • missed this deal :(

  • For those who missed this deal. Cheer up!

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/640614

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