Nikon 8244 aculon a211 7×35 binocular (black)

(8 customer reviews)

$79.95 $75.00

  • make sure this fits with the aid of entering your version wide variety.
  • aculon a211 7×35 binoculars are designed to be as light as possible along with extraordinary ergonomics.
  • flip-and-slide rubber eyecups allow for at ease viewing during extended periods of use.
  • made with aspherical multicoated eco-glass lenses shiny and clean pictures in maximum lighting situations.
  • the smooth crucial consciousness knob makes these binoculars simple to function and smooth to recognition.
  • a long lasting rubber-armored coating guarantees a non-slip grip, even in moist conditions.

Availability: 195 in stock

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from the producer

aculon a211 binoculars supply a excessive pleasant photograph in a large number of conditions

the aculon a211 binoculars characteristic multicoated lenses and prisms made with nikon’s one-of-a-kind lead and arsenic unfastened eco-glass. The bak4 porro prism structures inside all aculon a211 binoculars supply a high great photo underneath a large number of lights situations, making those binoculars powerful from sunrise until dusk for an expansion of pursuits, which includes wearing occasions, nature watching, travel and looking.

aculon a211 overall performance capabilities

a triad of optical generation is integrated into the aculon a211 binoculars. Aspherical eyepiece lenses resource in handing over a flat subject of view, while lens multicoating enhances image brightness. The nikon eco-glass ’ lenses deliver superb readability and precision in a lighter-weight, lead and arsenic-free glass composition.

helps clean positioning of eyes at the right eye-point and lets in for secure viewing throughout prolonged durations of use.

the aculon a211 binoculars are designed to be as mild as feasible together with splendid ergonomics. This assures you will be relaxed and steady at some point of extended periods of use and makes them extremely clean to carry all day lengthy.

product description

aculon a211 7×35 binoculars feature 7-electricity multicoated lenses and 35mm objectives fabricated with nikon’s distinct lead and arsenic free eco-glass. The bak4 porro prism systems inside all aculon a211 binoculars deliver a high excellent photo below a multitude of lights situations, making these binoculars powerful from sunrise till dusk. All together the aculon a211 7×35 binoculars are a compact, terrific, and value powerful desire.

Product Dimensions

8.07, x, 4.13, x, 4.13, inches

Item Weight

2.32, pounds



Item model number


Customer Reviews

4.7, out, of, 5, stars, 239, ratings, 4.7, out, of, 5, stars

Best Sellers Rank

#1, 223, in, Camera, &, Photo, Products, (See, Top, 100, in, Camera, &, Photo, Products), #229, in, Binoculars

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

January, 29, 2013





8 reviews for Nikon 8244 aculon a211 7×35 binocular (black)

  1. GFG

    I own a number of binoculars, from small to large (e.g. Fujinon 10×70’s and 16×70’s). I wanted a lightweight, wide-angle, rugged pair to replace an old pair of another popular brand that developed some issues over the years. These Aculons are superb, especially for the price. A friend of mine has a $1000 pair of Zeiss field glasses. We sat and compared, back and forth. He wasn’t terribly pleased. His $1000 investment yields images that are no better than the Aculons, and the Aculons have a wider field of view! I use binocs for sightseeing and stargazing. (Not much of a “birder.”) These little gems are wonderful, and I did observe a mountain jay from about 50 feet away. Beautiful colors and details. Razor-sharp, and easy to find quickly in the wide field-of-view. The image is crisp and sharp right to the edge. The apparent field of view (what it “looks like” when you peer into them) is excellent. The eye-relief is very comfortable. They come to sharp focus very easily and the mechanism feels very smooth and solid. The image colors and contrast are excellent. Grade-A optics, which I suppose one should expect from Nikon. In this case, the mechanical aspects rival the optics in quality. My wife used them for a concert and said they were “a little heavy after a while.” Well… yes. They aren’t “concert” glasses. They are very solid and well-constructed and designed for outdoor use. But she still used them for much of the concert, and she could just about study the cellist’s earring from a hundred feet away and spot a loose piece of horsehair on one of the violinist’s bows. The image detail is superb. Great product. Highly recommended. Read more

  2. magnaviator

    When buying binoculars, it’s my experience that you will get more use if you limit weight and magnification. It’s very easy to go too big, especially with object lens sizes, but other than for astronomical observation, this wont improve your utility much. And unless you’ve got a solid mount, heavy weight will quickly lead to tired arms and a shaky picture resulting in limited use. For general use, and light astronomical observation, 35mm is just about the best imo, and a Nikon optic can’t be beat in terms of durability and quality of construction. This is one of the best binoculars I’ve found at this price point. Read more

  3. William K.

    I was disappointed with an earlier inexpensive pair of 7×35 by a different manufacturer. I wanted a nice wide field low power pair for astronomy spotting. These binos filled the bill with nice wide field and clear optics, stars tack sharp almost to the edge of the field of view. No hint of chromatic aberration with bright objects like the Moon and Venus. Nice ergonomic feel to rubber armor. Diopter adjustment is a little stiff, especially on cold nights. But once it’s set, it stays set. I’ve read various opinions on the twist up eyecups. You either hate them or you love them. This is my first pair of binos with this feature, and I love it. I was so impressed with these binoculars that I ordered the Aculon 16×50 pair. Read more

  4. A

    I bought these glasses because of their exceptionally wide field of view, low price point and Nikon reputation for high quality. However, I returned them because the eyepiece is flat and hard and aperture is very wide making for an uncomfortable fit against the orbital and allowing light to leak in around the eye cup (even when the eye cups are adjusted) reflecting glare off the lens. In comparison, the eye pieces on the Nikon Monarch 4 or 5 or Prostaff 7, and even Bushnells from the 1960s without padding, are much softer and narrower, and very comfortable for me. These may be a good fit for someone with flat orbitals and large eyes. Read more

  5. John B

    I already own two pair of Nikon binoculars and 5 Nikon scopes and this Aculon pair is my first Nikon disappointment. The diopter adjusting ring was incredibly difficult to turn – almost frozen. There was a good amount of play in the eyepieces as well. The quality really seemed to be lacking. I returned them. Read more

  6. PinkTWRX

    very clear and not too bad to carry on a hike or to kids sports games. I didnt even need my glasses when looking through these. Adjustments for focus really easy to use. Read more

  7. FrostyNut

    Just could not be happier with these binocs.. I got them to watch a bird feeder at approx 30 yrds range out in the back of my home and the view out of these binocs is just stunning.. Good F.O.V and focus plus it makes the view look almost 3D-ish also nice and bright.. I’m no binoc wonk but for the money I didn’t spend on this pair that just came quickly and exactly as discribed from Amazon I just don’t know why I would need more for my given task.. As others have stated the lens caps are a pain to hang on to (not attached to binocs) and seem to try and get lost but a small con and I would buy these binoculars again in a heart beat..I only recieved them today and will update if need be as time tests them.. They feel very sturdy and should last a long time if treated properly IMO.. Read more

  8. Kindle Customer

    We use the binoculars for sporting events, concerts, bird watching, star gazing and cloud watching (:-). These binocs, while not the ‘best’ for every event, perform admirably at all. Of course the Nikon quality is excellent, but I was surprised at the low cost! I am a long time Nikon camera buff, and never paid less than $250 for anything with the Nikon brand on it. $70 seemed too good to be true, but lived up to the Nikon rep. Read more

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