Steiner 7×50 Commander III Military (Green) Binocular

April 24, 2016 - Comment

Steiner 7×50 mm Commander III Military Binoculars. Built tough as a tank with incredibly bright, eagle-eye optics! Built to meet demanding military specs for shock resistance, humidity and waterproofing, you can count on these Binocs no matter what the mission! The Commander III features a high light gathering ability that provides a bright, clear view

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Steiner 7×50 mm Commander III Military Binoculars. Built tough as a tank with incredibly bright, eagle-eye optics! Built to meet demanding military specs for shock resistance, humidity and waterproofing, you can count on these Binocs no matter what the mission! The Commander III features a high light gathering ability that provides a bright, clear view in even the lowest visibility and a range-finding reticle for easy range estimates! Soldier on: Rubber armor for built-to-last durability; 385 feet @ 1,000 yards F.O.V.; Hard-damped, electronically illuminated compass for fast readings in low light; 22 mm eye relief for viewing that won’t strain your eyes; Rain guard fits over eyepiece so rain, snow, dirt and debris won’t get into eyecups; Includes easy-to-remove lens caps; Weigh 39 ozs.; Electric compass illuminator takes two 344 watch-type alkaline batteries (not included); Carry case included.; For incredible clarity and toughness these Binocs are your best bet! Order Today! Steiner 7×50 mm Commander III Military Binoculars

Product Features

  • Electronically illuminated, HD-stabilized compass
  • Highest light gathering ability of any compass binocular
  • 385 feet at 1000 yards field of view
  • Built to military standards for shock resistance, humidity and waterproofing
  • 30-year limited warranty

Comments

Casual Kaz says:

A company you can trust for superior optics I’ve had these magnificent binoculars for many years now. They cannot be beaten for clarity in all kinds of light, even at night! In a 55 mph tropical storm at sea, they got wet and clouded the left eyepiece. Steiner covered them with their ‘lifetime warranty’ and repaired them for free. This is the kind of company you want to do business with!!

GTMOPFM says:

Had (past tense) a positive view of these Steiner classes Advertised as being built to Milspec – ha, what military are we using? Lens cap was broken coming out of the box. I’m not ok with spending this kind of money and have them broken. Hate to see how they’d perform out in the field.

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