• Nikon Trailblazer 8x25 ATB Waterproof Black Binoculars
  • Nikon Trailblazer 8x25 ATB Waterproof Black Binoculars
  • Nikon Trailblazer 8x25 ATB Waterproof Black Binoculars
  • Nikon Trailblazer 8x25 ATB Waterproof Black Binoculars
Nikon Trailblazer 8x25 ATB Waterproof Black Binoculars
Nikon Trailblazer 8x25 ATB Waterproof Black Binoculars
Nikon Trailblazer 8x25 ATB Waterproof Black Binoculars
Nikon Trailblazer 8x25 ATB Waterproof Black Binoculars

Nikon Trailblazer 8x25 ATB Waterproof Black Binoculars

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  • Lead- and Arsenic-Free Eco-Glass
  • High-Index BAK4 Roof Prisms for extra-high resolution images
  • Fully multi-coated optics maximize light transmission for brighter views and improved color fidelity and contrast
  • Nitrogen Filled, Water and Fogproof
  • Rubber Armored Body

Customer Reviews

Amazing. Fantastic quality for the outdoor enthusiast trying to ... Amazing. Fantastic quality for the outdoor enthusiast trying to peek at nature & animals. Helped us find/see bears, moose and big horn sheep in Yellowstone and Glacier National Park. Easy and light to carry. Of course.... you can get super big powerful binoculars and scopes like all those crazy spotters in Yellowstone but for 90% of people, these are fantastic. If you're trying to spot grey wolves 3 miles away in dawn light conditions, well yeah, obviously these are not designed for that purpose. 5Great hunting bino for the $ Optically, these binoculars are excellent. They have exceptional clarity for their size. I spotted a deer over a mile away and could tell he was a spike while glassing. When properly set, they are as good as my Prostaff 7s binos. They weigh 3/4 pound. When wearing glass on your neck all day, saving a pound or more makes a huge difference. I hardly notice them. The same cannot be said for my Prostaffs.As far as negatives, I found a few minor ones. They lack a mount for a tripod adapter. This is not a big deal by itself, most users of these glasses won't even care. If you plan to glass all day, you probably won't use these binoculars. But if you want an ultralight bino for this purpose and need a mount, look elsewhere. Otherwise, plan on trying your best to hold these steady for long periods of time. They are light and comfortable to hold. But holding such lightweight optics makes them subject to shake. Since they are 8x25mm, the exit pupil is narrow and further complicates the shake issue. Lastly, the eye piece extends for eye relief but tends to retract back. This is more than a minor annoyance for the spot and stalk hunter. When retracted, the ocular lens fogs badly in cold weather when placed against a warm sweaty face. This is less of a problem with the eye pice extended for relief. It costs the hunter critical time to defog and adjust the eye piece. The eye piece should hold its position and require deliberate rotation to retract.So these little glasses are excellent but not very forgiving. If you can take the time to adjust and don't need to run and gun, they're perfect. If you are a fast paced hunter, they work but you might get frustrated with them. IAll in all, these are fantastic for the price. If you need a lightweight optic that won't break your neck or the bank, I can see no better option on the market. Despite a few criticisms, I wouldn't hesitate to buy them again or recommend them to a friend looking to shed some weight from his glass. 4Great size for EDC bag Perfect size but difficult to keep steady. Bought these to carry in my backpack but did not want to take up a lot of space. For what the lack in quality they make up in convienance. Since I bought these my larger, much more expensive ones sit home on the shelf collecting dust. Great buy for what I was looking for. 4Great for bird watching and carrying, top quality, good stereo vision You can't beat Nikon glass unless you pay the price of a cross-country plane ticket. The separation of the objective (front) lenses allows you to get better depth perception than, say, the Nikon Travelite binocs, which have the lenses closer together than your eyes are (though the Travelite are about the lightest you can find). Even in low light, you can see birds well. The high quality of the Trailblazers is evident in the precise and sure controls, the surface finishes, and substantial feel. I'm quite near-sighted, but can focus these so I don't need to wear my glasses. I used to carry an earlier version of these (NASCAR-branded!) when I'd take the watch at a Coast Guard station. I found them more user friendly than the big ones supplied in the watch bay. 5A Solid Choice. Great optics, well build, relatively inexpensive. I have to admit I don't have a ton of experience with binoculars. What I can say is that these binoculars feel very well made, the material is nice to the touch, they have a rubberized coating that make them very easy (nicely "grippy') to hold on to, and the fold up into a fairly compact package. The optical quality on this particular model is excellent. I purchased them after reading a few review sites that stated they were a good bang for your buck and I have to say I agree with that completely.If you are wanting to get into the binocular world or are looking for a slightly cheaper and smaller pair to carry around, I would not hesitate one bit in considering these, they truly are a joy to use. 5Not for eyeglass wearers It's a decent pair of binoculars, very wide field of view for a compact 8x25. However, please note that it has a very short eye relief (10mm), making it undesirable for eyeglass wearers - the field of view is severely reduced if you try to use it with eyeglasses. I did understand this limitation and bought it anyway, because I got it primarily for my wife to use (who doesn't wear glasses), but it's worse than I thought. 4In recent years I have moved from walking into a sport wheelchair as a result of Post Polio and wanted a light weight pair that Have always used binoculars over the years .. mostly for birding and just general looking. In recent years I have moved from walking into a sport wheelchair as a result of Post Polio and wanted a light weight pair that I could easily use with one hand, use for viewing and birding and also use at close range for looking at things that I could not quite get close to in the wheelchair. I did a lot of reading and comparing and decided on this pair and size and it has been perfect. Give it my highest recommendation. 5Very good, small and light binoculars for this price Very good binoculars for the price (seventy-something when I bought them) - fantastic for traveling or hiking when you are bringing them as an "accessory" or as a backup and they are not the main purpose of your trip. If the main purpose of your trip is using your binoculars (e.g. birdwatching or something like that), then these are probably not for you. I got them as a lighter, smaller, cheaper alternative to my Monarch 5's. Are they as good as the Monarchs? Hell no. But they cost and weigh a fraction, and do an admirable job.First, the good:- Superb quality for the price - sturdy, rubberized, solid, waterproof. These will likely last me for many decades.- Good (not excellent) optics - they are not as sharp as the Monarchs, but hey. Seventy dollars.- Extremely compact. They fold into a nice square package which easily fits into a jacket or cargo pants pocket if you leave the bag and strap out.- Very light.- Good solid focusing mechanism.- Good quality bag.The not-so-good:- The exit pupil (i.e. the size of the image when it hits your eye) is small. This means that you have to hold them very steadily - if you move them a little bit off the center of your eye, you won't see anything. They are not ideal for using from a vehicle or if you have shaky hands.- They have twist-out eye rests. The twisting mechanism is too loose and they tends to move from the lightest touch or vibration. Not a problem while you're looking through them (because your eyes will hold the rests in place), but they tend to twist back in when you hang the binoculars around your neck.- The strap is a bit oversized and stiff in my opinion. I'll probably replace it by a piece of string or take it off completely since they're very light and won't chafe your neck.All in all, if in doubt, get them. They are not perfect but very good for the price. I keep them in the glove compartment of the car and bring them to all the hikes I go on, unless I specifically go somewhere to use binoculars, in which case I'll bring the Monarchs. 4For the price, I have found these binoculars outstanding. For the price, I have found these binoculars outstanding. Lightweight enough to carefully integrate into my backpacking gear. They are not super lightweight for backpacking, but the quality/price ratio makes it worth finding other ways to reduce total gear weight to fit these in. Small, so a bit tricky for stable viewing. However, after handling many different types of binoc's over the years, I have learned to find ways to stabilize the human and get decent viewing. So I would not fault these for stabilization. I would buy these for a friend. Also, my red lens flashlight fits nicely between the 2 scopes for some night use. 5Great for our purposes These are great binoculars. The quality of the lenses is very high. (We have cheapo ones with which to compare, same magnification.) The mechanisms are smooth for both focus and field, so when you hand them off to someone else (or get them back from your friend or family member), it is really easy to get them adjusted to your eyes. The 8x25 is perfect for what we wanted to view out at the national parks, which is a medium close view where you can still see the entire waterfall or top of the mountain or the animal at a safe distance. If you use them indoors at, say, a symphony hall, halfway back, you can see individual performers quite closely. The size and weight make them highly portable and you can wear them on the strap around your neck without strain for long periods of time. 5
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Description
  • Lead- and Arsenic-Free Eco-Glass
  • High-Index BAK4 Roof Prisms for extra-high resolution images
  • Fully multi-coated optics maximize light transmission for brighter views and improved color fidelity and contrast
  • Nitrogen Filled, Water and Fogproof
  • Rubber Armored Body
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Amazing. Fantastic quality for the outdoor enthusiast trying to ... Amazing. Fantastic quality for the outdoor enthusiast trying to peek at nature & animals. Helped us find/see bears, moose and big horn sheep in Yellowstone and Glacier National Park. Easy and light to carry. Of course.... you can get super big powerful binoculars and scopes like all those crazy spotters in Yellowstone but for 90% of people, these are fantastic. If you're trying to spot grey wolves 3 miles away in dawn light conditions, well yeah, obviously these are not designed for that purpose. 5Great hunting bino for the $ Optically, these binoculars are excellent. They have exceptional clarity for their size. I spotted a deer over a mile away and could tell he was a spike while glassing. When properly set, they are as good as my Prostaff 7s binos. They weigh 3/4 pound. When wearing glass on your neck all day, saving a pound or more makes a huge difference. I hardly notice them. The same cannot be said for my Prostaffs.As far as negatives, I found a few minor ones. They lack a mount for a tripod adapter. This is not a big deal by itself, most users of these glasses won't even care. If you plan to glass all day, you probably won't use these binoculars. But if you want an ultralight bino for this purpose and need a mount, look elsewhere. Otherwise, plan on trying your best to hold these steady for long periods of time. They are light and comfortable to hold. But holding such lightweight optics makes them subject to shake. Since they are 8x25mm, the exit pupil is narrow and further complicates the shake issue. Lastly, the eye piece extends for eye relief but tends to retract back. This is more than a minor annoyance for the spot and stalk hunter. When retracted, the ocular lens fogs badly in cold weather when placed against a warm sweaty face. This is less of a problem with the eye pice extended for relief. It costs the hunter critical time to defog and adjust the eye piece. The eye piece should hold its position and require deliberate rotation to retract.So these little glasses are excellent but not very forgiving. If you can take the time to adjust and don't need to run and gun, they're perfect. If you are a fast paced hunter, they work but you might get frustrated with them. IAll in all, these are fantastic for the price. If you need a lightweight optic that won't break your neck or the bank, I can see no better option on the market. Despite a few criticisms, I wouldn't hesitate to buy them again or recommend them to a friend looking to shed some weight from his glass. 4Great size for EDC bag Perfect size but difficult to keep steady. Bought these to carry in my backpack but did not want to take up a lot of space. For what the lack in quality they make up in convienance. Since I bought these my larger, much more expensive ones sit home on the shelf collecting dust. Great buy for what I was looking for. 4Great for bird watching and carrying, top quality, good stereo vision You can't beat Nikon glass unless you pay the price of a cross-country plane ticket. The separation of the objective (front) lenses allows you to get better depth perception than, say, the Nikon Travelite binocs, which have the lenses closer together than your eyes are (though the Travelite are about the lightest you can find). Even in low light, you can see birds well. The high quality of the Trailblazers is evident in the precise and sure controls, the surface finishes, and substantial feel. I'm quite near-sighted, but can focus these so I don't need to wear my glasses. I used to carry an earlier version of these (NASCAR-branded!) when I'd take the watch at a Coast Guard station. I found them more user friendly than the big ones supplied in the watch bay. 5A Solid Choice. Great optics, well build, relatively inexpensive. I have to admit I don't have a ton of experience with binoculars. What I can say is that these binoculars feel very well made, the material is nice to the touch, they have a rubberized coating that make them very easy (nicely "grippy') to hold on to, and the fold up into a fairly compact package. The optical quality on this particular model is excellent. I purchased them after reading a few review sites that stated they were a good bang for your buck and I have to say I agree with that completely.If you are wanting to get into the binocular world or are looking for a slightly cheaper and smaller pair to carry around, I would not hesitate one bit in considering these, they truly are a joy to use. 5Not for eyeglass wearers It's a decent pair of binoculars, very wide field of view for a compact 8x25. However, please note that it has a very short eye relief (10mm), making it undesirable for eyeglass wearers - the field of view is severely reduced if you try to use it with eyeglasses. I did understand this limitation and bought it anyway, because I got it primarily for my wife to use (who doesn't wear glasses), but it's worse than I thought. 4In recent years I have moved from walking into a sport wheelchair as a result of Post Polio and wanted a light weight pair that Have always used binoculars over the years .. mostly for birding and just general looking. In recent years I have moved from walking into a sport wheelchair as a result of Post Polio and wanted a light weight pair that I could easily use with one hand, use for viewing and birding and also use at close range for looking at things that I could not quite get close to in the wheelchair. I did a lot of reading and comparing and decided on this pair and size and it has been perfect. Give it my highest recommendation. 5Very good, small and light binoculars for this price Very good binoculars for the price (seventy-something when I bought them) - fantastic for traveling or hiking when you are bringing them as an "accessory" or as a backup and they are not the main purpose of your trip. If the main purpose of your trip is using your binoculars (e.g. birdwatching or something like that), then these are probably not for you. I got them as a lighter, smaller, cheaper alternative to my Monarch 5's. Are they as good as the Monarchs? Hell no. But they cost and weigh a fraction, and do an admirable job.First, the good:- Superb quality for the price - sturdy, rubberized, solid, waterproof. These will likely last me for many decades.- Good (not excellent) optics - they are not as sharp as the Monarchs, but hey. Seventy dollars.- Extremely compact. They fold into a nice square package which easily fits into a jacket or cargo pants pocket if you leave the bag and strap out.- Very light.- Good solid focusing mechanism.- Good quality bag.The not-so-good:- The exit pupil (i.e. the size of the image when it hits your eye) is small. This means that you have to hold them very steadily - if you move them a little bit off the center of your eye, you won't see anything. They are not ideal for using from a vehicle or if you have shaky hands.- They have twist-out eye rests. The twisting mechanism is too loose and they tends to move from the lightest touch or vibration. Not a problem while you're looking through them (because your eyes will hold the rests in place), but they tend to twist back in when you hang the binoculars around your neck.- The strap is a bit oversized and stiff in my opinion. I'll probably replace it by a piece of string or take it off completely since they're very light and won't chafe your neck.All in all, if in doubt, get them. They are not perfect but very good for the price. I keep them in the glove compartment of the car and bring them to all the hikes I go on, unless I specifically go somewhere to use binoculars, in which case I'll bring the Monarchs. 4For the price, I have found these binoculars outstanding. For the price, I have found these binoculars outstanding. Lightweight enough to carefully integrate into my backpacking gear. They are not super lightweight for backpacking, but the quality/price ratio makes it worth finding other ways to reduce total gear weight to fit these in. Small, so a bit tricky for stable viewing. However, after handling many different types of binoc's over the years, I have learned to find ways to stabilize the human and get decent viewing. So I would not fault these for stabilization. I would buy these for a friend. Also, my red lens flashlight fits nicely between the 2 scopes for some night use. 5Great for our purposes These are great binoculars. The quality of the lenses is very high. (We have cheapo ones with which to compare, same magnification.) The mechanisms are smooth for both focus and field, so when you hand them off to someone else (or get them back from your friend or family member), it is really easy to get them adjusted to your eyes. The 8x25 is perfect for what we wanted to view out at the national parks, which is a medium close view where you can still see the entire waterfall or top of the mountain or the animal at a safe distance. If you use them indoors at, say, a symphony hall, halfway back, you can see individual performers quite closely. The size and weight make them highly portable and you can wear them on the strap around your neck without strain for long periods of time. 5
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  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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