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Steiner Safari UltraSharp 8x22 Binoculars
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- Steiner 8x22 Safari UltraSharp Binocular
- Steiner High-Contrast coatings on every lens ensures high performance UV coated lens
- Fast Close-Focus keeps all images sharp and clear as close as 10 feet. Field of view at 1,000 yards: 377 feet
- Waterproof construction and rugged armoring absorbs bumps and abuse. Includes Ergonomic eyecups fold down for use with eyeglasses
- At only 10 oz., these Steiner binoculars are comfortable to carry anywhere. Includes padded travel case and neck strap
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Every traveler, sports enthusiast, and active participant in anything needs a good pair of binoculars to see, understand and enjoy more. The Safari Ultrasharp Series binoculars are the ones you need. Steiner’s world-renowned image clarity, accurate color, low-light capability and field-proven toughness ensure maximum performance from your optics – and more pleasure from your pursuit of adventure. A compact sport optic that looks great, fits your pack, pocket or purse and is your constant companion for quick use.
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this is a laic's opinion as I certainly am not a binocular expert.... however, with its mere 22mm objective diameter, these certainly seem incredibly bright in dimmer conditions, far more than any other compact pair of binoculars I've ever looked through.... I think these are considered the lower shelf of the entire steiner line and I expected similar performance to the cheaper tasco/brunton type of binos with some premium added price for the german steiner name alone....but they are way above such.... they're also seem very rugged... with its very light weight, I imagine that accidentally dropping these binos on a hard surface [even concrete] won't damage them at all unless done repeatedly many times.... despite the relatively featherweight, they're not made with/of cheap optics and materials....
I've never looked through a pair of nearly $2k compact swarovski, leica or zeiss binos... I'm sure there would be a noticeable difference, especially during dim light conditions such as at dusk.... these 3 cost - each - 10x the price of the steiner safaris, however.... and to be truthful, for me to shell out that much more coin for a single pair of binos, they'd have to offer incredible experience, not just be twice as sharp, bright.... from what I understand, the very high end of the binos, such as the big 3 I've mentioned, do not in fact offer THAT much improvement over binos like the safari.... just enough to justify the price tag for the truly passionate 'watchers' who also can afford such a purchase.... then again, I occasionally will drop between $500 - $1k on a single custom/semi-custom knife so don't take my opinion as a criticism towards those who buy the uber-binoculars...
I've also purchased the vortex solo 10x36 monocular, the fujinon polaris sx 7x50 [outstanding binos] with compass option, along with bushnell legend hd 10x42 binos, all at the same time... I soon gave the vortex solo as a gift to a friend because it proved heavier and bulkier than I anticipated based on specs; it also is difficult to adjust focus while looking through it due to heavy/tight action of the focus ring and the un-ergonomic placement of it.... the fujinon polaris is probably the best pair of binos I've ever looked through and are apocalypse-proof but tthey're huge and heavy of course.... the bushnell legend hd are truly great binos, very bright and ergonomic and great intermediate size between the fujinons and compact bino size but it's still a different type of binocular...much larger and heavier than these tiny safari...
I'm actually planning to purchase at least 2 more pair of the steiner safaris soon, for my immediate family members to always have on hand... they're so light, small and rugged you'll WANT to take 'em along everywhere; unlike any larger/heavier binos....
cons - difficult to focus, left eye diopter difficult to adjust, odd double-vision in lower light settings, large case, uneven hinge tightness, and the loose side moves too easily and has to be constantly readjusted.
see the review by "Greg" titled "The Steiner Champion 8x22 is far superior for the following reasons". I am in total agreement with his assessment.
Returning these, keeping the steiner "champion 8x22" binoculars, which operate much better, and cost ~30-40 less.
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