BreakdownWith its fiberglass-reinforced, waterproof casing, the TERRA ED fulfills the high expectations of the outdoor enthusiast. The TERRA ED line is designed to be compact, light and sturdy. This means: the TERRA ED is the ideal companion that weighs little and is almost indestructible. You don’t need the sun to be shining to get out there to do your thing. That’s why TERRA ED binoculars combine optical precision and hydrophobic multi-coating to deliver stunning optical performance in all conditions. This state-of-the-art coating ensures beautiful, crystal clear images in low light situations or when you’re caught in the crosshairs of Mother Nature’s latest hissy fit.
I also have a pair of Nikon Monarch 8x42. I had them both out and looking at same objects at varying distances. The Nikon was just as crisp as the Zeiss, and maybe a little crisper. Still good glass. However my Nikon’s were much cheaper ($300) and less powerful.
For the price you just can't beat these binos. Glassing during low light conditions is never a problem whether I'm whitetail hunting or elk hunting. They're also tripod compatible which is a win during the longer glassing sessions out west and you don't want to carry a heavy/expensive spotting scope. I've put them through the wringer the last couple years on my elk hunts and they've stood up to the test! Highly recommend!
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