Nikon Travelite EX Series 10x25 Binoculars

When you're on the go, convenience is everything. That's what makes the Nikon compact lineup so appealing.

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EAN Code
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Big performance in sleek designs

When you're on the go, convenience is everything. That's what makes the Nikon compact lineup so appealing. Small enough to take anywhere, they're ideal for getting great views for that next holiday, concert, or sporting event.

 

 


Nikon Travelite EXSeries 10x25 CF

Suitability

• Waterproof (up to 2m/6.6 ft. for 5 minutes) and fog-free with nitrogen gas

• Aspherical eyepiece lens eliminates image distortion

• High-eyepoint design provides a clear field of view for those who wear eyeglasses

• Close focusing distance: 2.8m

• Multilayer-coated lenses for brighter images

• Turn-and-slide rubber eyecups facilitate easy positioning of eyes at the correct eyepoint

• Eco-glass optics are free of lead and arsenic

 

TRAVELITE EX
8x25 CF
  TRAVELITE EX
9x25 CF
  TRAVELITE EX
10x25 CF
  TRAVELITE EX
12x25 CF
 
Magnification (x)   8   9   10   12
 
Objective diameter (mm)   25
 
Angular field of view (Real/degree) < 6.3   5.6   5.0   4.2
 
Angular field of view (Apparent/degree)   47.5   47.2   47.5
 
Field of view at 1,000m (m)   110   98   87   73
 
Exit pupil (mm)   3.1   2.8   2.5   2.1
 
Relative brightness   9.6   7.8   6.3   4.4
 
Eye relief (mm)   15.5   15.8   15.9
 
Close focusing distance (m)   2.8
 
Weight (g)   355   360   365
 
Length (mm)   100   101   102   103
 
Width (mm)   116
 
Interpupillary distance adjustment (mm)   56-72

 

The following icons tell you for what purpose each series is best suited:

Mountaineering, camping, hiking Mountaineering, camping, hiking
Rugged outdoor activities demand portability and durability. Models that also feature rubber armouring and waterproofing are ideal.
Birdwatching, nature watching Birdwatching, nature watching
Wide field of view and 7x to 10x magnification models are suited for general nature viewing. Observing whales or birds at longer distances is more comfortable at 8x to 12x magnification. Fieldscopes and Spotting Scopes are recommended for even closer views.
  Marine sports, fishing
Waterproofing and durability are critical for these activities. High brightness and a wide field of view are also desirable. Models featuring vibration reduction are convenient for onboard use.
  Spectator sports
Binoculars featuring a wide field of view and 7x to 10x magnification are recommended for fast-moving sports. Zoom-type binoculars are convenient, enabling quick and easy change of magnification according to the viewing situation.
Hunting and outdoor Hunting and outdoor
Models with 8x to 10x magnification are suitable for hunting, with waterproofing and durability being further prerequisites. For early morning and evening use, binoculars with a large objective diameter are recommended.
Travelling Travelling
Compact, lightweight models featuring moderate magnification and field of view are ideal for travelling.
Theater Theater
Compact models featuring magnification from 4x to 8x are recommended for theater use. To focus on a particular performer at a concert, 7x to 10x models are suitable.
Stargazing Stargazing
Astronomical observation requires a bright optical system with large objective diameter and exit pupil. Waterproof and aberration-corrected binoculars are most suitable.
Museum Museum
In museums, compact and lightweight models with lower magnification and a close focusing distance of less than 2m are desirable.
For eyeglass wearers For eyeglass wearers
High-eyepoint design for a clear field of view even for wearers of eyeglasses.

Nikon TRAVELITE EX reviews verified by reevooReevoo

15 reviews

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Magnification
9.3
Field of view
8.9
Focus
8.9
Brightness
8.8
Value for money
9.4
Overall rating
9.2
Scores 9.2 out of 10 based on 15 reviews
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10 out of 10

Damion

GB Fussy fusspot but keen
+
Amazing quality for the price, continued improvements over the last 4 generations, find myself wondering why I have significantly more expensive sets! Light, easy to carry & pack, superb.
8X or 9X are the sweet spot for these Binoculars. 10X is very usable in the daylight/early dusk. If it is to be your only set of 10X then I'd recommend increasing the budget.
Confirmed purchase: 09 December 2017
Published on: 23 January 2018
10 out of 10

Michael

wantage GB Birdwatcher for 36 years!
+
light and easy to use in situations where full size binoculars are not apropriate. I have Swarowski 10x42 el which were £1700 and the nikon aren't quite as bright but certainly are quality!
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 06 September 2017
Published on: 18 September 2017
7 out of 10

Thiagarajah

Romford Essex GB
+
Light weight, Compact, Good Value for money
Not sharp view for long distance objects.
Confirmed purchase: 03 June 2016
Published on: 27 June 2016
9 out of 10

Howard

London GB
+
Fantastic vision through the binoculars - used for bird watching and they worked really well.
Strap and lens covers are fiddly and do come undone. When this happened we lost the (previously carefully attached) lens covers.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Confirmed purchase: 04 April 2016
Published on: 03 May 2016