Top Rangefinder Binoculars for 2017 Overview and Review

Zeiss Victory 10x45 RF Binoculars
Zeiss Victory 10×45 RF Binoculars

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Rangefinder binoculars are a great hybrid tool that combines the slightly more common monocular rangefinder with the classic binocular. Many companies manufacture rangefinder binoculars.

I’ll look at some of the more popular rangefinder binoculars in this overview and review article. If you already think you know which brand and model you would prefer, you can click on the appropriate link in the list just below. Continue reading “Top Rangefinder Binoculars for 2017 Overview and Review”

Steiner Navigator Pro Binoculars: Commanders for the Masses

Steiner Navigator Pro 7x50c
Steiner Navigator Pro 7x50c

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You say you love the features and specifications of the Steiner Commander series binoculars but can’t afford the price? I’ve got good news for you. The Steiner Navigator Pro series is virtually identical at a fraction of the cost.

You are probably wondering how that is possible. The main difference between the two series is that the Commanders are built to military specifications while the Navigators are not. If that doesn’t matter to you, one of the four Navigator Pro models is probably what you are looking for. Continue reading “Steiner Navigator Pro Binoculars: Commanders for the Masses”

Steiner Commander Binoculars Review: Come Home to the Sea

Steiner Commander 7x50 XP Global
Steiner Commander 7×50 XP Global

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You might not be familiar with the Come Home to the Sea reference in the title of this Steiner Commander binoculars review. If that’s so, let me introduce you to a wonderful piece of music by Mannheim Steamroller. (You probably know them from some of their Christmas tunes.)

Steiner Commander binoculars are intended for use on that open sea. Let me show you why they are especially suited to that environment. Continue reading “Steiner Commander Binoculars Review: Come Home to the Sea”

Steiner Safari UltraSharp Compact Binoculars Review

Safari 8x22
Safari 8×22

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If you are looking for a pair of compact binoculars with the Steiner reputation, you should learn more about the Steiner Safari UltraSharp compact binoculars.

Currently Steiner makes the Safari UltraSharp binoculars in two sizes – 8×22 and 10×26. (Other sizes you may still see have officially been discontinued.)

I’ll take a look at both of these compact binoculars in this review since they are so similar. Continue reading “Steiner Safari UltraSharp Compact Binoculars Review”

Steiner Nighthunter Laser Rangefinder 8×30 Binoculars Review

Nighthunter 8x30 Rangefinder Binoculars
Nighthunter 8×30 Rangefinder Binoculars

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You say you can’t afford both a rangefinder and a decent pair of binoculars? With the Steiner Nighthunter rangefinder binoculars, you don’t have to choose. You get the best of both worlds.

Steiner optics have always been top-notch. Combine that with a very good laser rangefinder and you have a mix that’s hard to beat.

If you’re in a hurry, check them out at Amazon right now.

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Steiner Predator Binoculars Review

Predator 10x42
Predator 10×42

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The Steiner Predator binoculars line includes 4 models. These are the traditional 8×42 and 10×42, plus the smaller 10×26 and 8×22 sizes.

In this review, I’ll take a look at each of them individually and the group as a whole so you can see which one you prefer for hunting or birding. Continue reading “Steiner Predator Binoculars Review”

Steiner Wildlife XP Binoculars Review

Wildlife XP 10x26
Wildlife XP 10×26

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Have you heard of the Steiner Peregrine XP binoculars? There were pretty good. The Steiner Wildlife XP binoculars are the new and improved version of the Peregrines.

If you are familiar with the Peregrine binoculars and know that an improved set of those are what you’re looking for, check the Wildlife XP binoculars out now at Amazon. Continue reading “Steiner Wildlife XP Binoculars Review”

Steiner XC Nature and Travel Binoculars Review

Steiner XC 10x42
Steiner XC 10×42

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In this article, I will be looking at all 4 models of the Steiner XC binoculars as a group, since their quality is virtually the same from one to the next. If you already know which magnification and size you want, you can click the matching link below to check the current pricing and availability at Amazon.

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Steiner Champ 10×26 Compact Binoculars Review

Steiner Champ 10x26
Steiner Champ 10×26

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If you are looking for a good pair of compact binoculars for bird watching or similar activities, check out the Steiner Champ 10×26 binoculars in the review below. I think you’ll be pleased with what you find.

If you just want to check the pricing and availability of the Champ 10×26 binoculars now, click this link to go to Amazon. Continue reading “Steiner Champ 10×26 Compact Binoculars Review”

Hunting? Birding? 4 Steiner Predator Binoculars to Try

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When you go hunting or bird watching, wouldn’t it be great if you could take something along that made spotting the animals easier? I don’t just mean larger but actually easier to see. Steiner Predator binoculars are just what we’ve been looking for.

Steiner makes several Predators as part of their Hunters line. Each of them has technology that makes using them out in the wild, where many mammals and birds are browns, blacks, and grays, exactly the optic device you want. Continue reading “Hunting? Birding? 4 Steiner Predator Binoculars to Try”