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ZRS HD (SUMMIT) 8x42 Waterproof Binoculars

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Regular Price: $425.00

Special Price: $225.00

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The newest ZRS HD features feather-light weight Mg alloy body design and HD resolution with enhanced brightness using state of the art dielectric prism coating. It's fully immersible waterproof and fogproof. It's an ideal binoculars for birding, hunting and any outdoor activities.

ZRS HD (SUMMIT) 8x42 Waterproof Binoculars

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Light weight and superb low light performace with wide angle FOV, ZRS HD 8x42 waterproof binoculars are ideal for birding and hunting.

  • New Mg-Alloy chassis with light weight design -new

  • VividBriteTM Dielectric Prism Coating for maximal brightness and neutral color-new

  • High Defintion (HD) image resolution

  • Phase-correction with BAK-4 roof prisms

  • Heavy-duty, 100% waterproof/fogproof construction: Argon charged

  • Metal alloy enforced multi-positioned twist-up eyecups

  • Diopter adjustment to fine tuning focus

  • Large smooth center focus knob Ergonomic shape for stress free use

  • Rubber armor absorbs shock

  • Fully multi-coated optics allows 99.97% light transmission at each glass/air interface

Dimension (HxW) 5.5x4.8
Weatherproofing Waterproof/Fogproof
Magnification 8x
Field of View 393ft/1000yards
Eye Relief 17.3mm
Close Focus 6 ft
Weight 22.7 oz
Interpupilary distance (IPD in mm) 54-73
Carrying case Soft Carrying Case
Neckstrap Cushion Padded Deluxe Neckstrap
Ocular Lens Cover Yes
Objective Lens Covers Yes
  1. Great price, quality and value. Review by Scone
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    The quality of the optics is equal to other brands which are 5 times more expensive. The service was great. (Posted on 1/11/14)

  2. Superb Review by Mark
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    Was looking to replace my old binos and came across reviews on zen rays. Was keen on the leuopolds but the cost of importing the zen rays to New Zealand was appealing so I took the punt. I am more than impressed to say the least and would recommend them to anyone (Posted on 1/7/14)

  3. Great product Review by Alpaca
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    I bought a pair of these bino's 3 years ago and I have found them to be really good. In early December, I was showing a couple of bird watcher friends them and let them both borrow mine. One has a pair of expensive swaroski bino's and he stated that he could see bird details more clearly through the ZRS HD's.
    At his request and the other person, I purchased three more pairs for them. The delivery from the states to a small country town in South Australia took 4 days. Fantastic effort by all those concerned. (Posted on 1/4/14)

  4. Fabulous Quality and Value Review by Annie
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    I researched several binoculars and say only good things about Zen-Ray products. I agree! Everyone I let use these says "Wow!" and can't believe the price for the quality. Thanks! (Posted on 1/3/14)

  5. Great value Review by Gresh
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    I just took a pair of the 8x42 ZRS HD on safari to Kenya and Uganda. They performed perfectly. Even one of the guides would ask to use them when he needed the "good" binoculars. Fantastic value for money. Will definitely recommend Zen-ray. (Posted on 11/14/12)

  6. The best one could even hope for! Review by Ivorybill
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    I've used binocs for over 60 years & these are the best ever.
    Depth of field, coating clarity, comfort & lightness are excellent. (Posted on 11/11/12)

  7. Best in the class by far Review by N7XW
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    I ordered both the 8x and 10x Summit binoculars at the same time. I find that I prefer the 8x when archery hunting, typically in heavy timber or thick brushy areas and prefer the 10x when rifle hunting where longer ranges and open country are the norm. Before buying the Summits, I did a great amount of research and comparisons. I am extremely happy with the 8x Summits and don't think they can be beat by any binoculars in this price range. I don't think they can even be beat by glass costing 3x as much. They are that good. The optics are very clear and bright. Images are crisp and sharp to the edges of the field of view. These glasses are much better than my Nikon Monarchs and were clearly better than the Vortex Diamondbacks and Leopold Cascades I compared them too. At this price and quality, you can't go wrong with the Summits. (Posted on 8/7/12)

  8. Good Optics For the Money Review by BigDog
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    I purchased these binoculars specifically for 3D archery at distances under 50 yards and in low light conditions. The optics are good for those distances, as are the low light capabilities. I would definitively like to see better fitting lens caps and retention systems to protect the glass. Overall, I am pleased with my purchase. (Posted on 5/6/12)

  9. Excellent Review by Phil
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    Very good. rubber lens caps are easy to loose. (Posted on 1/10/12)

  10. back up bins Review by jackouk
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    I live in the uk and my primary use for bins is birding, however all I want them for is to identify and watch our feathered friends and not as a fashion accessory, so I'm not gonna spend hundreds on Swaros etc. Also bearing in mind that optics in the UK are way overpriced anyway, I had previously purchased a pair of 8x43 ed2s and had them for about 18 months but wanted something a bit more compact and lighter for holidays and also when lumping a scope around.
    I have had the zrs for about a month or so and they are so good that they are now my everyday binocular. They are almost equal optically to the ed2 with the possible exception of skywatching, which I'll come to in a while. The minor differences only become noticeable with a side by side comparison.
    The image of the ed2 pops more - more like your'e walking into the image and this may be due to the greater depth of field. The slightly less field of view is not an issue to me and I haven't really noticed any extra focussing due to the depth of field. ED glass improves fringing so the ed2 should perform better and it does slightly - I have to look for fringing but the zrs are not far behind in this, but they aren't quite as good which could be the reason the ed2 seem slightly clearer when skywatching.
    Resolution on a test chart is slightly better on the ed2s but not noticeable in the field and brightness, colour and contrast are equal.
    Taking everything into consideration, except the price, the zrs are superb and the compactness overides the slightly better optical performance for me, I have not come to a birding situation where the ed2s would have given me any benefit.. Add the price of these and they are unbelievable, even with import duty added.
    The ed2 are superb and the best binoculars I have ever used but the zrs are so close as to be negligable. Roll on zrs eds!

    (Posted on 9/13/11)

  11. Better than expected Review by coin hound
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    I bought these to replace a much more expensive brand. NO REGRETS.

    Much better than my Nikon or Leupolds.

    Took them to PA last weekend--the sights were stellar.

    On par with my Minox HGs. (Posted on 8/30/11)

  12. Excellent binoculars for travel Review by HikersRS
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    I bought 2 of these before going to Alaska with my family. We took 2 other pair (smaller and cheaper) we already owned. We ended up sharing the Zenrays because they were far superior. The view through the binoculars was crisp and clear. They are heavier and bigger than the most compact binoculars but well worth carrying if you are viewing birds, animals, scenery. We spent a lot on the trip and using the Zenrays the binoculars truly enhanced our experience! (Posted on 7/22/11)

  13. Incredible Value Review by Ryan
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    I had to purchase these after borrowing a pair from my friend. He has these as well as a pair of ED2 10x43's that he let me try out before I decided to purchase mine. Since this would be my first purchase of binoculars I wanted to try out as many kinds as I could. And luckily I knew someone that had many different pairs of them that I could try out. He immediately tried to sell me on the Zen-Ray brand and I am glad he did. Because after comparing them to the others, there was simply no comparison when you consider the quality vs the cost of the binoculars. Then after comparing the ED2 to the ZRS HD, I knew the ZRS was for me. It is just too good of a value to pass up. To me it was the fact that I was getting a pair of binoculars that was 90% of the value of the ED2 for half the price.
    In the near future I will have a pair of ED3's, but the ZRS HD is an incredible value for someone not willing to step up to the ED line just yet. (Posted on 7/8/11)

  14. Sharp. Review by Christina
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    These binoculars are very sharp, and contrasty. I just finished spending some time looking at the birds in my backyard. We have a male cardinal who has lived here for years. When you look at him from a distance he is perfectly red. I watched him drinking out of the dogs trough in the kennel, and was surprised to see how much black coloration he had on his head and body. His wings were not full red either, but streaked with lighter and darker colors. These binoculars opened up a new world. Well worth the money spent. (Posted on 7/5/11)

  15. Great option for the Bullseye shooter/Camp Perry Review by Brad (Ohio)
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    I am a Bullseye pistol shooter by hobby. On the line at Camp Perry every year I see many different makes/models of scopes and binoculars. Since most of us buy our own gear we are always on the look out for the best priced optics. For example, I use a Kowa TSN-602 (60mmm objective) spotting scope with a 20x-40x eyepiece when I am shooting. As this scope is currently the best glass I have (my old Jason binoculars just do not count) I compared the ZRS HD 8x42's to the scope.

    Side by side comparisons, with the scope on a tripod showed that the ZRS HD 8x42's were brighter and more contrasty than the Kowa. (I took into account the extra objective size by only looking through one lens on the binoculars. It was still brighter than the Kowa.) This surprised me as the Kowa is a highly regarded optics company and this particular scope, which runs $500 plus with the eyepiece, and has a very good reputation.

    I am well pleased and intend to let my fellow shooters look through these binoculars. I would certainly like to have a look at the Zen-Ray spotting scopes.

    (Posted on 6/22/11)

  16. A Wise Investment Review by bbutler316
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    As a man who trusts in the Lord and the truth that He is the one who provides for me, spending His resources is not something I treat lightly. Since I can't take anything with me when He calls me home, I want to be found to be a good steward of His resources. There are many things I 'want', but very few things I really 'need'. Consequently, I own only one of anything I have pursued with His blessing, (except for a second compound bow that I'm trying to sell, which is a story in itself of falling prey to the 'I want it and want it now' disease). I placed binoulars in the 'want' category and asked Him for His blessing to buy.

    Having never owned binoculars before, I put in the hours of research that is typical for me. Based upon my hunting style, where I am able to hunt (public land), and that this would be my one and only pair of binoculars, I established the following criteria in order of highest to lowest priority:

    1. Prayer for direction and confirmation to make a purchase.
    2. Personal budget limit and a firm conviction not to waiver from this limit.
    3. Best available technology that fits my budget
    4. Consumer reviews used very carefully. Due to the subjective nature of most reviews, a high level of discernent is needed when considering other folk's experiences.

    I should also point out that my education and experience in the engineering field has been of great value to me in doing research on optics.

    My research first lead to me to zero in on 8 x 42/43 mm binoculars. Having settled the magnification and field of view issues, I carefully read through many consumer reviews found on credible hunting forums and a few professional reviews that I have found to be trustworthy. Fully expecting to see good reviews from company names like Nikon, Swarovski and Leica, I came across two others that I had not heard of before. Namely, Vortex and ZenRay.

    It seemed that no matter where I went in my research, Vortex and ZenRay were showing up more frequently. A common theme developed with both companys in that the quality and reliability of their respective products equalled or exceeded the 'big boy' competition and at far less cost. I made a decision to focus on Vortex and ZenRay products. Unfortunately, this decision came with a a catch - I would not be able to test these products out before purchasing due to the fact that neither company had dealers in my area.

    My best approach was to do a side-by-side comparison of each company's products based upon technology, tech specs, warranty, price, calls to the companys, and a more refined look at consumer reviews. My choices were the Vortex Diamonback 8 x 42 and the ZenRay ZRS HD 8 x 42.

    I concluded that both products truly measured up very closely and either one would be a fine choice. Remember though, that I am still dealing with two products that I cannot test out beforehand. Now it came down to a personal decision on which company would receive His resource. In the end, I had a strong conviction to purchase the ZenRay, and with an affirmation from the Lord, I made the purchase.

    Since that time, the binoculars have been through spot and stalks in Florida's thick and sometimes brutal terrain, high humidity, heavy rains, mud, and yes, even a few cold days in Jan/Feb. I have also scouted with these binoculars. The optics have proven to be all that my research found them to be and actually exceeded my personal expectations. They proved to be durable and relatively light weight. They were not a hindrance on spot and stalks.

    Also, I brought them with me to a local Bass Pro shops and did a visual comparison to comparible Nikon, Lieca and Swarovski products. Mind you, since this is subjective and the reader must rely upon my eyesight, I will state up fron that a have a mild astigmatism, mild presbyopia (need mild reading glasses) and find I am a bit sensitive to light, which means my eyes are drawn to optics that perform well in low light conditions. With that said, I experimented with various distances, objects and light conditions and I found that the ZenRays performed better than comparible units from the competition. In fact, the ZenRays outperformed models from Nikon and Lieca advertised with technology that one would expect to exceed the ZenRays, and all that for far less money.

    In conclusion, My experience has affirmed that I have made a wise purchase. Now it is up to me to take good care of these binoculars, because I am counting on them serving me well for a very long time and eventually passing them down to my children.

    (Posted on 6/20/11)

  17. For the price, the quality and value of these binoculars is incredible, comparable to others costing 3 to 5 X more. Review by Dode
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    I purchased these binoculars primarily for hunting and general use while traveling or attending sporting events. They do an incredible job in low light conditions and the clarity/sharpness is unmatched in any other binoculars which I have tried. I have never captured the detail it reveals in viewing game/birds. The quality of the product appears to be solid and easy to operate/focus. I would recommend these binoculars to anyone looking for a great pair of optics at an incredibly low price. (Posted on 6/14/11)

  18. do not hesitate to buy Review by Birdfan
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    As an avid bird watcher for 15 years it is rare to come across a product has such an ability to impact the bird watching experience. At this price the performance is simply unmatched. The combination of low cost, outstanding performance, and size has created a combination that is at once accessible to the casual or new user and standard setting for all but the most jaded hobbyist. Well heeled fanatics will still run out and purchase megabuck glass but at this price/performance ratio I am telling you it absolutely not necessary and you should seriously consider the ZRS HD or ED2 as your go-to glass for your everyday use, its that good. (Posted on 6/10/11)

  19. Good Value Review by Mark
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    The ZRS 8x42 seem to be a good general-purpose set of binoculars. They feel sturdy and the ergonomics are decent.

    The included accessories are nothing special, but they could be far worse. The soft case has a belt loop and the neck strap is padded.

    There weren't any major cosmetic imperfections.

    Zen-Ray shipped the order promptly. (Posted on 6/7/11)

  20. I made the right choice Review by Jeff Doctor
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    Understanding investment on return is a large part of my academic research, but also a large part of my life simply because I have little disposable income. So when it came to needing new binocs I spend weeks doing the fieldwork determining what the best ratio of 'bang for your buck' was. I researched all the major brands, tried out all the pairs in my city and was about to go with the Vortex Diamondbacks when I came across these Zen Rays.

    I was skeptical at first, and nervous that I had no way to test them out in person so I took extra time scouring the internet for information. While Zen Ray does not seem to invest much into conventional advertising, they do seem to maintain a good 'word of mouth' presence on the internet. I appreciate a company that invests more in its products than its advertising.

    The product itself fully meets my expectations. It was packaged well in its shipping box and comes with quality accessories.The lens covers fit tightly and do not easily fall off like many other brands. The neck strap has a comfortable 'squishy-rubbery' padding that doesn't scratch or irritate bare skin. The carrying case is basic, very lightly padded has a belt loop and its own detachable strap. Also included is a small lens cloth.

    Moving on to the binocs themselves:
    The rubber coating feels good on the hands, the build quality is solid. No scratches or factory flaws are present. The bridge folding action is smooth for minor adjustments but has enough resistance that it doesn't move unless you want it to. The eyecup rotation is the same, smooth motion, stays in place when you want it to, and has a middle 'bump' which is nice if you don't want them out all the way but want both cups to be extended the same amount. I wear glasses mostly and find I can get right up to the glass for maximum field of view very easily. A slight adjustment of the bridge is all that is required to avoid those annoying little black bits that you get more with glasses if the bridge isn't aligned right. Without glasses it is even easier, and you don't need a very steady 'sweet spot' to keep alignment and a clear view, like many lower quality binocs. Overall I find these easier to quickly adjust, get a good alignment, and acquire targets than the diamondbacks, monarchs, or mid range bushnells.

    As for the visuals themselves:
    I'm no optical specialist. I'm more concerned with getting a good view quickly and accurately with little adjustment than getting some sort of colour precision or ridiculous clarity. I find these perfectly suitable for both extended long range viewing of targets, stationary or fast moving, both in supported and unsupported stances. For close range wildlife viewing these are also excellent. I can get as close as I can to birds without them being scared and these focus fine with a good depth of field and clarity. I've noticed no visual distortions or awkward visuals, but bare in mind I'm no expert so I probably wouldn't notice if there was. That being said, these are clearly superior to the lower priced, more common binoculars usually found in most big box stores. They focus faster, the visuals are crisper, the field of view is bigger, and there is much more forgiving sweet spot in terms of how you align them to your eyes with or without glasses.

    I haven't tested these in very low light or extreme weather scenarios so I can make no judgments there.

    The closest comparison to these that I've physically handled would be the monarchs, diamondbacks, or mid range bushnells but these Zen-Rays are cheaper by at least $50. My overall impression with the limited time I've had testing all the different brand leaves me with the conclusion that these Zen-Rays are clearly the best value. Even at the same price I'm pretty sure I'd prefer them to the other brands, they 'feel' better, but I don't have a lot of objective benchmarks to go by.

    Conclusion:
    A great value and return on investment, or 'bang for your buck'. Unless you are some sort of visual specialist don't bother wasting the money on super high range equipment. You probably won't notice the difference very much. At the same time I wouldn't want to go any cheaper than these because you will notice the difference. Overall I think these represent an extremely good return on investment ratio, definitely better than any other brand at the moment. (Posted on 5/31/11)

  21. Recommended! Review by efreddi
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    When I decided to purchase a binoculars I wanted to find the best product for my budged. After several searching in the internet in specialized forums, I conclude that the ZRS 8x42 was the solution for me.
    I was a bit worried to have too high expectations after reading so many good reviews, but now I can confirm that the ZRS 8x42 are very good binoculars. Mechanically very robust, the focusing is butter-smooth and precise, the rubber coating ensures a good grip and protection from hits, the eyecups do their job, nothing to complain. Also on the optical side it is all OK: the images are sharp, with good contrast and color saturation, minimal color aberration and an almost unperceptible warm tone. The apparent field of view is 60°, according the specification. There is a small pincushion aberration, as usual on binoculars to compesate the globe effect. The details are sharp within around 65-70% of the field, then they get softer going towards the edge, only the extreme edge (over 90%) is really blurred. There is some field curvature, but not really to be remarked. Then the eye relief is good - I can use the binoculars with my glass without any problem.
    Overall the ZRS 8x42 have a really high quality - price ratio, a great choice for any people searching a good binoculars with affordable price. I don't hesityte to recommend them.

    Many thanks Z-R! (Posted on 5/30/11)

  22. Binoculars Review by Kirk
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    We have recently begun birding as a hobby and read about the Zen-Ray binoculars in Wildbird magazine. We ordered a pair and have been very happy with the fantastic optics and the great price. We even recommended them to a friend who has since purchased a pair. We would highly recommend your product to anyone for price, value, and quality!!

    Thanks, Zen-Ray! (Posted on 5/5/11)

  23. Amazing Value Review by John
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    For those looking for the quick answer, in a nutshell, these binoculars are an amazing value. I don't feel you could do better for the price. The optics are bright, build quality is good, and the view is sharp up to around 65% or so from the edge. Beyond that, things are somewhat distorted but very useable until around 80% out. Depth of field is good for my purposes, and the field of view is not bad -- I can get the entirety of Orion's belt and sword in these. False color is present, but it's controlled well for non-ED glass. For example, it only becomes noticeable when looking at dark tree branches against a very brightly lit sky. All in all, I'm very satisfied with my purchase and would not hesitate to do business with Zen-Ray again. Not only are they supplying a great product, they are also just as serious about customer service. (Posted on 3/29/11)

  24. Happy with the ZRS Review by jim
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    I'm going to go with the flow on this one. I very much doubt you could do better for the price. My Zen-Rays have lived up to the internet hype, and I use them every day as a guide in Peru.
    Jim Sykes
    Lost City Bird Guides
    www.lostcitybirdguides.com (Posted on 3/23/11)

  25. WOW!!!!! Review by Grant
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    I have looked through alot of glass the past few months looking for a great pair of binoculars for treesatnd hunting.I looked at binoculars up to $800 and the Zen-Ray ZRS was every bit as clear as the more expensive pairs!The quality of build is second to none!And they have amazing low light performance!I know you cannot find better binoculars in this price range!Thanks Zen-Ray! (Posted on 3/22/11)

  26. Great value Review by D.B.
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    Binoculars came as described and on schedule. Used them only twice, but they feel great, see great and seem overall just fine. A better system for attaching the eyepiece covers would be an improvement, but I consider that minor and have made a satisfactory adjustment. So far, would not hesitate to recommend to anyone. (Posted on 3/20/11)

  27. Great value. Review by Magilla
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    Purchased a set of 2010 ZRS HD (SUMMIT) waterproof binoculars to be used primarily for hunting. My purchase was made after researching various hunting and birdwatching forums where Zen Ray binoculars are spoken of very highly for their price. I considered buying Nikon Monarchs as I like the quality of their products but I was put off buy the number of "refurbished" Monarchs available on the net and also on Ebay. My reasoning being that if they were a high quality unit there shouldn't be a need to "refurbish" that many sets. Initial opinion on the Zen Ray's in bright sunlight was that the optics were of a high quality and the set was very well made for the price. My surprise came when I tried them in a low light situation which is when I do most of my hunting. They took in all available light and magnified it to the point where it was possible to pick out objects that I could not see with my bare eyes. I think it would be hard to find a comparable set of binoculars for the price of the Zen Ray's. (Posted on 3/20/11)

  28. Highly recommend it Review by Greatwall
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    This binocular is very bright and sharp, well exceeds my expectation. The body is light and the construction is sturdy. The low price makes it a steal. (Posted on 3/19/11)

  29. Great value Review by Jay Mince
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    We bought two pair of these for an Alaskan cruise. The brilliant glass and light weight made these our favorite binocs. We saw an amazing amount of wildlife through these. I can't imagine this trip without some great binoculars and these did a wonderful job. I can't believe the great quality for such a low price. (Posted on 3/12/11)

  30. Love these binocs Review by Treeshark
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    I bought two pair of these after I read a review on their quality and performance. I was not disappointed. My family used them on an Alaskan cruise and we were constantly fighting to use the Zen Rays. They are light weight and the performance is great. You can't get better quality for anywhere near this price. (Posted on 3/12/11)

  31. wonderful binoculars Review by R. Gomez
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    wonderful product. We bought this after trying one at friend's house last summer. Everything is just superb. Light weight, clear and sharp image. The construction is very sturdy. Definitely a recommendation. (Posted on 3/5/11)

  32. good value, very nice quality Review by Christy Sandoval
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    we have been a die-hard Nikon monarch fans for 10 years, until we got two pairs of ZRS HD. Overall, the image is better with ZRS H. It resolves the details much better than the Monarch. I am ordering the third pair for my parents soon. (Posted on 9/9/10)

  33. Great value. Review by Jennifer Cooper
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    Great value.

    Exceed my expectation. Now my old Nikon Monarch belongs to hubby. This one is so much better. Highly recommend it. (Posted on 8/27/10)

  34. love it Review by Andrew Clenson
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    I just received the 2010 ZRS HD 8x42. It is amazing how clear the optics is. I have been looking for a pair of binoculars for my backpacking. I want full size, but light weight. The 8x42 ZRS is perfect for me with 23oz in weight. I read a few glowing reviews on the internet when the model first came out. I figured I would give it a fair try since it fits my budget and zen-ray has a very good reputation in optics and service. If it doesn't work out, I will just return it. But, what a keeper. I have taken this to Cabela to compare more expensive Vortex Viper. I cannot really see any difference between those models, other than prices. It has dielectric prism coating. The brightness exceeds many more expensive 8x42 I have seen in store. Love it. will highly recommend it. Thanks. (Posted on 8/23/10)

  35. Great Turkey Hunting Binos Review by Brandon Clifton
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    I used this binoculars for Turkey hunting last week. It was a great success. The binoculars is clear and sharp. The body is light. I like the accessories that come with the binoculars (Posted on 8/17/10)

  36. high quality binoculars at bargain price Review by Rebecca Williams
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    For $200, I am shocked to see how bright and sharp this binocular is. The compact body frame helps to keep the weight down around 23oz. I don't use binos in the rain. But the waterproof feature definitely helps preventing the fogging up internally. Focus is fast. takes about 1.5 turn from infinity to close focus. I measured it is about 6 ft, which works great since I like to do backyard bird watching at close distance. I only wish the neckstrap comes with quick release like the higher end ZEN ED binoculars. But it is no biggies so I can always buy one from camera store.
    (Posted on 8/15/10)


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