Steiner just introduced some great new optics for your summer outdoors activity. Several years ago, I learned that binoculars are an important part of your kit; whether camping, hiking trails or just communing with nature. There fill a number of important needs; not to mention the fact that they add to a great experience. Steiner has extensive experience in producing excellent military optics a fact that extends to the company’s binoculars.
XC Series – there are four models to choose from. The compact 8x32mm and 10x32mm are light enough to carry in a pack or purse, and the mid-size 8x42mm and 10x42mm bring in amazing detail at longer ranges. Prices range from $530 to $580.
Wildlife XP – is a roof prism binocular that incorporates premium German fluoride glass and classic European styling. Available in 8x44mm and 10x44mm, the Wildlife XP’s open-bridge design is lightweight, compact and extremely robust. MSRP is $2,299 to $2,414.
8×22 Miniscope – the new monocular is a pocket-sized design. Measuring just 2” square, it is small enough to travel in a pocket, purse or pack. The 8×22 Miniscope is now available at Steiner retailers nationwide. MSRP is $114.99.
Navigator Pro – for recreational boaters, weekend anglers and day sailors. The Navigator Pro offers many of the features found on Steiner’s premium marine binoculars and are “must have” equipment for any boat. Four models are available in 7x50mm or 7x30mm, with or without compass. MSRP $344 to $689.