Nikon 8x25 Travelite Binocular

Nikon 8x25 Travelite Binocular

Nikon 8x25 Travelite Binocular

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Nikon 8x25 Travelite Binocular

Nikon 8x25 Travelite Binocular


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Product Highlights

  • Lead and Arsenic-Free Eco-Glass
  • BAK4 Reverse Porro Prisms
  • Aspherical Lenses
  • Fully Multi-Coated Optics
  • Center Focusing Knob
  • Fold-Down Rubber Eyecups
  • Rubber Armored Body
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Magnification: 8x

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The 8x25 Travelite Binocular from Nikon is a lightweight and compact optic that features a fully multi-coated optical path and an ergonomic housing — making it an ideal companion for outdoor enthusiasts, sports spectators, and city sightseers alike. Complementing the travel-friendly size, are aspherical lenses that reduce the curvature that can distort the field of view and BAK4 reverse-Porro prisms that work together to present flat high-contrast images with lifelike color and consistent center-to-edge sharpness. Combined with a 10' close focus distance, this 8x25 binocular is ready for almost any close to mid-range glassing task. Responsibly sourced and containing no lead or arsenic, Nikon's Eco-Glass is used in all the lenses and prisms, to be ecologically friendly.

Optical Performance
  • Moderate 8x magnification brings subjects in close while minimizing the appearance of visible hand shake
  • Compact 25mm diameter objective lenses help to maintain a small form factor for easier handling and packing
  • Space-saving reverse Porro prism design keeps the chassis small
  • BAK4 prism glass deliver a round exit pupil, and a crisp and clear image with limited edge distortion
  • Aspherical lens design minimizes field curvature, especially at the edges, and enhances sharpness
  • Environmentally-friendly prism and lens feature Eco-Glass that is made without lead and arsenic
  • Fully multi-coated optics reduce glare and improve light transmission, color rendition, and contrast
  • 293-foot field of view at 1000 yards
Use and Handling
  • Textured center focus wheel is easy to manipulate, even while wearing gloves
  • Right-eye dioptric correction helps to compensate for individual optical prescriptions to achieve tack-sharp focusing without wearing corrective lenses
  • 56-72mm interpupillary distance
  • Fold-down rubber eyecups for comfortable use with or without eyewear
  • 14mm eye relief
  • 3.1mm exit pupil
Construction Details
  • Ergonomic contoured body has a natural feel in the hand
  • Slip-resistant rubber armoring improves grip security
  • Enhanced texture and finger indents add grip strength
  • Compact 4.6x4.6" design
  • Light 9-ounce weight
UPC: 018208072774
Prism Type Porro
Magnification 8x
Objective Lens Diameter 25 mm
Angle of View 5.6° (actual)
Field of View 293.0' @ 1000 yd / 97.3 m @ 1000 m
Minimum Focus Distance 9.8' / 3 m
Exit Pupil Diameter 3.1 mm
Eye Relief 14.0 mm
Interpupillary Adjustment 56.0 - 72.0 mm / 2.2 - 2.8"
Dioptric Correction Not Specified by Manufacturer
Focus Type Center
Tripod Mount None
Dimensions 4.6 x 4.6" / 11.7 x 11.7 cm
Weight 9.3 oz / 263.7 g
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Package Weight 1.0 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.3 x 5.5 x 2.9"
8x25 Travelite Binocular is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 67.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Crispier & Clearer than Ever I purchased my Travelite VI binoculars to replace my 25 year old Travelite III Binos that served me very well. The new pair at 8X25 power are more than enough for detail and view width. I'm more than pleased with their clarity which was my prime requirement for purchase. Right size, Easy to adjust, Decent carrying case, and Excellent price. My wife & I just used them to detail view a Broadwing Hawk in our back yard and I'll take them to New Brunswick next week to watch deer on the river while fishing for Atlantic salmon. I received my Binos in 3 days after ordering, just as promised by B&H.
Date published: 2015-04-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Value Bought it at the store, the sales person is very helpful, this is my first time purchasing a binoculars, he asked me a few questions to determine what I need which is for concert, Opera Theater and travel in general. This is not the best binoculars on the market compares to Leica or Swarovski which is 10 times more than this one, but for my use and my budget, this is the best for my money. He did show me another one from Pentax which is in the same price range as this one but I prefer the handle of the Nikon. Used it once when I visit Met Opera house last week and I like it. The only downside is the eyecups are rubber roll up-down not sliding.
Date published: 2014-02-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Lightweight Binoculars! The key to these binoculars is their amazing light weight. I have four other pair of binoculars, but they are all pretty heavy, not the greatest to pack for a trip. These are a great balance of power, quality, and light weight. Highly recommended. Others have talked about the loose eyepiece caps. If you're the least bit handy with a needle and thread, just add a short section of line to the caps by sewing the ends to each cap, then run the line through the neck strap. Voila, never lose them again... FYI to B&H: I tried to add two photos using the 'Add an Image' function, but it just sat there with a spinning symbol, wouldn't work. Tried three times, the last time after downsizing my photos to 0.3MB.
Date published: 2017-03-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Historical interest: great binoc! This is a note of historical interest: I bought the direct predecessor of this binocular in 1990, 22 years ago. Exactly the same weight, just 2mm smaller in diameter (8X23). This great little Nikon binoc is still giving great images today. Clear as a bell, light as can be. The hand-grip (leatherette?) has gotten a bit faded, but otherwise it is pristine. Everyone should have one. Thanks for reading. John Robinson
Date published: 2012-10-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Travel Solution I bought these binoculars for my wife after some extensive online research. She was looking for something smaller to take on trips and hikes. We own several other much more powerful binoculars, but they were always impractical for situations that favored low weight and small size. You can get smaller and lighter options, but there is a tradeoff in image quality. These Nikon's seem to check all the boxes, with no serious compromises. My wife was initially dubious of the lower magnification of this model over our other binoculars. However, in practice, she has found them quite satisfactory. They give her the ability to check out things near and far along the trail. They focus close enough that getting a better look at something 8 feet or so away is possible. On the other hand, far objects are magnified to a useful level, as well. Overall she is now quite happy with them. I've also recommended these to a friend who purchased and has been happy with them. There are only a few minor negatives. The covers for the eyecups are a joke. They fit loosely and easily fall off. There are only covers for the eyepieces, not the front elements (however they are recessed). The pouch is a tight fit, and it takes care to get the flap to reach far enough to secure on the Velcro patch.
Date published: 2015-09-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice compact binoculars - Nikon quality We got these for general usage on the rural property we have. We have a pair of Nikon 7x25 compact binoculars that are at least 20 years old and they are still excellent, so we wanted Nikon for its quality and performance. These new 8x25 binoculars have an excellent image and the focus mechanism works very smoothly. Although they might not do as well in lower light situations as a full size pair with larger lenses, they are great in normal daylight. Although the body is a little larger than our much older model, it is very light, probably because they use carbon fiber. We would recommend these to anyone needed a good general purpose pair of compact binoculars.
Date published: 2014-06-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good value These were purchased to replace my wife's 8X20 Travelites which were drowned in a canoing accident. M. was very fond of the 8X20's, but Nikon has discontinued that model. These are good binoculars - reasonably light, good FOV, good resolution, but they are substantially larger and heavier than the 8X20 model, perhaps double the bulk and weight. In that, they were a dissappointment, and I have subsequently purchased an Olympus 8X21 which is nearly identical to the lost Nikon unit. I intend to to keep the Nikon 8X25's in the car, to replace bulkier, inferior Tasco binos kept there for unexpected things-worth-a-closer-look.
Date published: 2012-05-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Just the right size and they are Nikon My regular 8X36 Sporter 1 Nikon binoculars were too large to carry on a recent hunt so I left them at camp. I really should have taken them along as I almost passed up a deer which I didn't see coming until it was almost too close to react. I decided then and there to search for a smaller, lighter binocular of good quality and easy to carry. I've never had an issue with Nikon so these were the logical choice for me. I was pleasantly surprised when they arrived and I found I could manage them with one hand. The only negative (thus 4 stars) is the lens covers. They are only included for the eye pieces and won't fit the rubber eye cups when folded down. And, they are individual caps which are easy to misplace. I remedied that by using some para-cord knotted thru a small hole in each cap to keep them together.
Date published: 2017-01-02
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