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 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.)
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.
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.
You may already know that Steiner is a prominent name in binoculars. This German binoculars maker has been in the optics business since 1947. Steiner binoculars come in a wide range of sizes, weights, magnifications, and price points.