Optics Review

Steiner Peregrine 10×42

Steiner Peregrine 10×42 Binoculars are lighter (26.6 oz.) and stronger than previous Peregrine binoculars thanks to their rubber-armored Makrolon housing that is waterproof, fogproof and shockproof. It is lightweight and features a packable roof prism design with ergonomic frame and eyecups.

Close focus of 6.6′ is achieved quickly due to Steiner’s Fast-Close-Focus system, and the field of view is 324′ at 1000 yards. The Peregrine’s twist up eyecups feature flip-up eye shields to block unwanted side light. The Peregrines are covered by Steiner’s Heritage Warranty.

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Steiner Peregrine Binocular achieves remarkable brightness and color balance by using a dielectric prism coating. With more than forty layers of titanium oxide and other rare minerals are alternately applied to the glass surfaces, a Broad-Band Coating (BBC) resulting in superior light transmission performance over an expansive color range. They’re also phase corrected for the lowest distortion, sharpest possible imagery. The bottom line to all this technological jargon; you’ll see colors more vibrantly, allowing discovery and identity of species in fleeting situations.

Features that make Steiner 10×42 Peregrine Binocular a must-have for birdirs.

Higher 10x magnification reveals greater long-distance de-tail, making it ideal for viewing far-off subjects like raptors, waterfowl and wildlife, especially in open country.

Distance Control System lets you pre-set focus at a known distance, for a fast, clear view you can fine-tune with a quick wheel turn.

Phase coated high-contrast optics provide bright, true color, sharp 3D images, and exceptionally fine detail for positive identification.

Fast-Close Focus delivers a razor-sharp image as close as 2 yards, letting you use a single optic for clear viewing at virtually any distance.

So what are you waiting for? Order your Steiner binoculars today!

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