STEINER OBSERVER 10X42 - SKU: STN2314

STEINER OBSERVER 10X42 - SKU: STN2314

Designed with versatility in mind, these binoculars are of lightweight design with excellent ergonomics ensuring that they are suitable for long-term use. With a wide field of view and crisp resolution, these binoculars are suitable for use under all conditions. They are perfect for anyone who demands versatility from their binoculars.


With 10x power as well as bright images the Steiner Observer 10x42 Binoculars are ideal for long-range observations without the added weight.

The Steiner Observer binoculars come with an excellent reputation for being one of Steiner's most versatile products. Featuring a lightweight, ergonomically pleasing design, they are ideal for long-term use and won't feel cumbersome when using for longer spells. Despite the lightweight design, the Steiner Observer range comes with a poly-carbonate Makrolon housing giving them a strong and durable build.

Optimally designed with a 10x magnification and a 42mm aperture, the Steiner Observer 10x42 Binoculars are a perfect all-round binocular ideal for observing pretty much everything. They also feature an easy to use Focus Wheel as well as adjustable eye-cups made with a soft, non-aging silicone.

The Steiner Observer range is new to the Australian market.


Objective Diameter 42 mm
Magnification 10 x
Weight 706 g
Width 128 mm
Height 148 mm
Depth 65 mm
Exit Pupil 5.25 mm
Luminosity 27.60
Twilight Factor 17.6
Field of View at 1000 m 100 m
Focusing System Central Focusing
Close Focus Range 2 m
High-Performance-Optics High-Contrast-Optics
Waterproof Water-tight and Splash-proof
Eyecups Ergonomic twist-up eyecups
Rubber Armouring Yes
Objective Cover Yes
Rain Protection Cap Yes
Bag Yes
Warranty 10 years

 

Specifications:

BINOCULARS WEIGHT 706g
MAGNIFICATION 10 times
APERTURE 42mm
PRISM GLASS QUALITY BaK-4
WATERPROOF Yes
FOGPROOF Yes
FIELD OF VIEW 100m
EYE RELIEF Not provided by Steiner
PRISM TYPE Roof
WARRANTY INFORMATION 10 Years
ADDITIONAL SPECIFICATIONS OF PRODUCT No