New Predator Xtreme Binoculars

•April 30, 2011 • Leave a Comment

Using Steiner’s unique CAT (Color Adjusted Transmission) technology, deer and other fame pop out of background foliage and shade.

Increase your odds for success in the field with this powerful 10×42 roof prism binocular. Larger 42mm objective lenses, ergonomic design and waterproof construction make it the choice for serious hunters.

Weight:   25.8 oz
Field of view:   328 feet @ 1000 yards
Eye relief:   16mm
10 x 42 – Close Focus:   6.5′
Dimensions (inches):   6.6L x 5.0W x 2.4H
Warranty:   30-year limited
Focus Type:   Center

New Nighthunter XP Binoculars

•April 30, 2011 • Leave a Comment

Superior performance at dusk and dawn- the most critical times of the day. Your eyes and senses are the sharpest when finely tuned to the surrounding landscape.

The Nighthunter XP 10×56 provides the power to reach out to greater distances without sacrificing brightness. The larger 56mm objectives ensure brighter images and optimal lowlight performance and with the objective lens surface over 30% larger than a 42mm lens, you see considerably more. The ergonomic design houses the larger optics, but the body remains small and easy to hold.

Weight:   39.4 oz
Field of view:   361 feet @ 1000 yards
Eye relief:   17mm
10 x 56 – Close Focus:   13.1′
Dimensions (inches):   7.4L x 5.6W x 3.2H
Warranty:   30-year limited
Focus Type:   Center

Steiner Binocular Bags

•April 23, 2011 • Leave a Comment

Once you’ve made a decision on which top of the line pair of binoculars is right for you, you’re next concern should be which bag is right for your pair of binoculars. Steiner offers a binocular bag for every size; all of which can be found at These bags are sure to keep your optics looking just as good as when they came out of the box; preventing dust, scratches and damage due to sudden impacts.

Steiner Binocular Bags

Steiner 10×26 Safari Pro Binoculars

•April 22, 2011 • Leave a Comment

The 10×26 Safari Pro represents a bold new compact shape, balance and comfort with higher power, yet without a dramatic increase in size and weight. Featuring robust, water resistant construction like its sibling 8×22, the 10×26 adds power and maintains good levels of brightness, while blocking haze and UV light to bring you comfortable and sharp images. The 10×26 offers a stylish and comfortable exterior design, with a new “faster” larger focus wheel to get you on your subject quickly. The 10×26 features soft profiled eye-cups to contour your face and block out distracting side-light. The 10×26 Safari Pro fold to a small pocket size and will fit in a coat pocket or in their own distinctively styled case.

Steiner 235

Weight:   9.7 oz
Field of view:   309 feet @ 1,000 yards
Eye relief:   11 mm
Close Focus:   18.5 feet
Dimensions (inches):   4.3L x 5.0W x 2.2H
Focus Type:   Center

Zeiss Victory Compact 8×20 T* Binoculars

•April 20, 2011 • Leave a Comment

Premium waterproof and nitrogen filled Victory Compacts feature dielectric mirror coatings for superior image brightness and contrast, twist up eye-cups for operating comfort, and an award-winning offset hinge design for exceptional compactness and handling.

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Magnification:   8x
Objective Diameter:   20 mm
Exit Pupil:   2.5 mm
Twilight Factor:   12.6
Field of View (ft/1000 yards):   354
Close Focus:   8.53 ft
Diopter Range:   +/- 3.0 dpt
Eye Relief:   13.5 mm
Interpupillary Distance:   32-74 mm
Nitrogen Filling:   Yes
Waterproof:   400 mbar
Functional Temperature Range:   -4/+104°F
Focus Type:   Auto
Height:   3.62 in
Width:   3.82 in
Weight:   7.94 oz

Zeiss Binoculars

•April 15, 2011 • Leave a Comment

To look through a pair of Zeiss binoculars is to get closer to your quary than you ever thought possible. Suddenly, there is no forest too dense or too dark in which they can hide. And when it comes to camouflage, let’s just say that evolution is well behind the curve. Whether your pursuits demand the premium, high-performance Victory line with features like fluoride glass objectives and LotuTec lens coating or the tried and true, rugged Conquest line, each is available in four classes: pocket, compact, all-purpose and extended use. Meaning whatever you do outdoors, you’ll have perfect vision to succeed.

Steiner Binoculars

•April 15, 2011 • Leave a Comment

Steiner’s quality innovations include super tough rubber armoring, nitrogen filling, water pressure proofing to 5 meters and precision crafted Steiner lens coatings. Steiner also is known as the first company ever to integrate a compass into a binocular. Law enforcement professionals, hunters, boaters, hikers, bird watchers and outdoor enthusiasts all over the world rely on our unmatched performance. Steiner offers the most advanced optics technology, precision manufacturing and the fact that many of our binoculars undergo the toughest U.S. Military spec. testing.