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Steiner Binoculars Review

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...