Optics Review

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Steiner Binoculars Review

Steiner T5Xi Tactical 5-25×56

Do you want the ability to see what others can’t? With Steiner‘s brand new military rifescope T5Xi 5-25X56, you get razor-edge image clarity, excellent depth and color, superior ability to probe, plan, engage and execute with force-multiplying stealth, action and impact. After 67 years of deployment and constant improvement, no optic serves your mission and your troops better. Steiner’s T5Xi Series offers unmatched clarity, accuracy and self-assurance in every situation...

Steiner Navigator Binocular Now Available In New 7×50 Models

GREELEY, Colo. (March 28, 2012) — Steiner, the world leader in marine optics, is pleased to announce the expansion of the Navigator binocular line with the addition of the 7×50 Navigator. Previously available in a compact 7×30 model, the new 7×50 is loaded with all the great features of the Navigator line, including the brilliant anti-haze optics for the greatest contrast during the daytime and low-light situations. “The Navigator series is the great choice for boaters, sailors...

Steiner Introduces New Military 5-25x-56mm Riflescope

GREELEY, Colo. (April 4 , 2012) — Designed for use on long-range, tactical and sniper rifles in a combat environment, the new Steiner Military 5-25x-56mm extends the shooting range and provides outstanding visibility even in the lowest light conditions, thanks to its high magnification, large objective and unmatched optical elements. The Military 5-25x-56mm is part of the Steiner Military/Tactical riflescope line that was introduced last year. The riflescopes were designed by Steiner with input...

Steiner 10×42 Merlin binocular

Steiner 10×42 Merlin Binoculars

The Steiner Merlin binocular is the subject of today’s scrutiny of high quality optics. Upon opening the box I am pleasantly greeted by a fully zippered deluxe thermo-molded case. So many manufacturers make great binos and then fall asleep in the design of the extras like the case, eye cups and straps. I must say, Steiner has this one right and as a whole I think they do a fair job in this area across all their series. The roof prism Steiner binocular is compact, more like a mid-size...