Steiner 10×50 Military/Marine Binocular

April 24, 2016 - Comment

Rugged binocular with 10x magnification and 50mm objective lens Tough rubber-armored housing; long 17mm eye relief Large depth-of-field focusing is ideal for spotting prey Rainproof, fog-resistant construction; wide field of view Measures 8.2 x 2.8 x 5.2 inches (W x H x D); weighs 36 ouncesSteiner’s 10×50 military/marine binoculars are designed to provide maximum brightness

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Rugged binocular with 10x magnification and 50mm objective lens Tough rubber-armored housing; long 17mm eye relief Large depth-of-field focusing is ideal for spotting prey Rainproof, fog-resistant construction; wide field of view Measures 8.2 x 2.8 x 5.2 inches (W x H x D); weighs 36 ouncesSteiner’s 10×50 military/marine binoculars are designed to provide maximum brightness while supplying 10x magnification. Crafted with fully multicoated optics and rugged rubber, this pair of binoculars is ideal for high-country hunting and antelope, elk, and mule deer observation. The Steiner 10×50 military/marine binoculars offer a field of view of 327 feet at 1,000 yards and 17-millimeter eye relief. Soft rubber eyecups provide comfortable viewing for hours. These Steiner binoculars also feature a one-time focus system that, once set, ensures sharp viewing from 30 yards to infinity. These military-style binoculars are weatherproof and shock resistant. They come with a 10-year limited warranty.

Product Features

  • Rugged binocular with 10x magnification and 50mm objective lens
  • Tough rubber-armored housing; long 17mm eye relief
  • Large depth-of-field focusing is ideal for spotting prey
  • Rainproof, fog-resistant construction; wide field of view
  • Measures 8.2 x 2.8 x 5.2 inches (W x H x D); weighs 36 ounces

Comments

Mark Sorenson says:

customer review – Real world use of this product. I’ve owned this model of steiner binoculars for a little over 9yrs. During that time they have been from the tops of mountains to the bottom of death valley and most places in between, while being exposed to all the elements of nature during my adventures and have yet to let me down.I find them to be waterproof (or at least highly water resistant), rugged, convenient and always dependable. The only reason I don’t give them a 5 star rating is that they tend to fog up (slightly) on the external eye piece lenses during cold weather, particularly if I’m overheated from my outdoor activities. Particulars of what I like about them are the rubber coated exterior for the sure grip it gives which doesn’t transfer heat or cold to my hands and eyes during use plus it seems to protect them from the shock, drop, bang and bounce tests I’ve preform’d on them. They are fairly small and light weight (though thats a relative term). I do know they don’t give me a pain in the neck from wearing them all…

RM Vivas says:

Darn good binoculars I’ve had my Steiner 10×50’s for about 25 years now. I’ve taken them all around the world, Arctic to Jungle, Mountains to Plains. Most of the time I was not as careful with them as I should have been and they have still performed well. 

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