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When you’re buying a new pair of binoculars, it’s best to find a brand you can trust. A brand with a long history of excellent standards, a brand which is known to be reliable.
In 1947, a man called Karl Steiner set up a one man binocular making workshop which morphed into a factory in just six years. Today, German made Steiner binoculars are sold in 65 countries worldwide.
Whether you’re into bird watching, wild-life, sports, game, space or something else, there is a pair of Steiner binoculars out there with your name on them. Want to learn more about the top 3 Steiner binoculars? Read on!
Steiner 2212 10 x 26mm – Our Number 1
- The Steiner Safari binoculars have 10x magnification (learn more here!), which means they are able to make your subjects appear 10 times closer than they look with the naked eye.
- The second number on these binoculars (in this case 26mm) refers to the objective lens diameter measured in millimetres. Larger diameters allow more light into the binoculars, which leads to clearer images
- The objective lens diameter on these binoculars is complimented by high quality coating on all lenses and prisms. Multi-coating reduces the amount of light which is reflected out of the binoculars and away from your eyes, allowing for brighter, more detailed viewing even in lower lighting conditions.
- There’s no point buying a pair of clunky, unresponsive binoculars that won’t focus properly. The Steiner Safari binoculars comes with a FAST-Close-Focus central focusing wheel which lets you adjust the focus in seconds, even when you’re wearing gloves!
- Eyecups can make or break a poplar of binoculars, especially if the viewer wears glasses. The Steiner Safari binoculars have soft, smooth silicone eyecups which are comfortable against the skin. The eyecups can also be folded down if necessary, which will accommodate eyeglass wearers.
- The Steiner Safari binoculars are ergonomically designed to fit comfortably in your hand, the non-slip grips provide security, and you can even use the binoculars when wearing gloves during the winter!
- There’s no point in buying a pair of flimsy, easily broken binoculars. The Steiner Safari has the same resistant, rugged design that Steiner has utilised for more than half a century.
- The Steiner Safari binoculars have long lasting rubber armour which will protect your from shock while making the binoculars even more comfortable to handle.
Features: 10x Magnification – 26mm Objective Lens Diameter – Coating On All Lenses & Prisms – Easy To Focus – Comfortable, Foldable eyecups – Ergonomic Design – Durable Design – Rubber Armour – Shock Absorbent.
Steiner Skyhawk 3.0 10×42 – Number 2
- With a 42mm objective lens diameter, these binoculars will gather as much light as you need or vivid, bright viewing quality – even in low light conditions.
- The Steiner Skyhawk binoculars come with thumb grips and non-slip rubber armouring, which will ensure you have a firm, comfortable grip on the model.
- The Steiner Skyhawk binoculars are pretty lightweight for such a powerful model. Weighing just 750 grams, these binoculars will do fine on hikes and camping trips.
- With 10x magnification and a 108m field of view, you will get to see more with the Steiner Skyhawk binoculars.
- These Steiner binoculars use a nitrogen pressure system which stops them being harmed in up to 3m of water. These binoculars are also protected from fogging and condensation thanks to the nitrogen filled 2-way valve.
- These binoculars incorporate sealing technologies which stops dust, dirt and other damaging substances to get into the lenses.
- The Steiner Skyhawk binoculars come with a 10 year warranty, protecting you from manufactural damages and dud items.
Features: 42 mm Aperture – Thumb Grips – Weighs 750 Grams – 10X Magnification – 108M Field Of View – Water Resistant – Fog Proof – Sealing Technologies Stops Dirt Penetration – 10 Year Warranty.
Steiner Navigator Pro 7×50 – Number 3
- Made for navigation, the Steiner navigator pro is a great choice for yacht enthusiasts, boaters, charters and more.
- Featuring 7x magnification and a 50mm objective lens diameter, these binoculars have superior light gathering abilities and will help brig distant objects closer.
- The Steiner Navigator Pro binoculars have a rugged, user-friendly design. The Sports-Auto-Focus re-focuses your view automatically so you are guaranteed in-focus, vivid images.
- Fog can be perilous at sea, but the Steiner Navigator Pro has been built to withstand temperatures from -20 to +60 degrees centigrade and won’t fog up in cold or hot weather thanks to the nitrogen filled design.
- The Navigator Pro has a water pressure resistance of up to 5m depth, so there’s no need to worry about damaging the binoculars at sea. The Steiner Navigator pro also makes use of sealing technologies which stops dust, dirt, water or humidity getting inside the binoculars.
- Built to last, the Long-life rubber armour design on these binoculars can withstand acid, oil and adverse weather. The surface is easy to grip all year round and is slip proof even in wet conditions.
- Taking ruggedness to the extreme. The Steiner Navigator Pro binoculars utilise Makrolon material to make them shockproof, strong and durable.
- The prisms on these binoculars have durable, flexible silicone protecting the optical components to stop any damage.
- These binoculars come with a compass to help you get your bearings, plus there is also a rain protection cap for the eyepieces, objective covers, a carry case and a carrying strap thrown in.
- The Steiner Navigator Pro comes with a 10 year warranty.
Features: Made For Marine Activity – 7x Magnification – 50MM Objective Lens – Rugged – Fogproof –5M Water Pressure Resistance – Extras Included – 10 Year Warranty.
These are all fine Steiner binoculars, but if we had to buy just one it would be Steiner Safari binoculars because they are user-friendly, have a high magnification range, they’re ergonomic, durable and, best of all, they won’t break the bank!