The following is a press release from Steiner Optics
Steiner is taking its hunting binoculars to a whole new level with the introduction of the HX Series. As a leader in optical innovations, Steiner’s HX Series provides users with four variations – 8×42, 10×42, 10×56 and 15×56.
The HX Series offers a new optical design that provides users with bright, crisp images and an extended field-of-view, giving you everything you need in a hunting binocular.
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“Steiner’s new HX binoculars are perfectly suited for all hunting conditions regardless of the destination, weather or terrain,” said Steve Schweitzer, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Steiner USA. “All four models in this line are rugged and versatile for any situation.”
The new binoculars feature Fast-Close-Focus™ to minimize the rotation on the focusing wheel for sharper images at various distances. Steiner has also implemented its ever-popular ergonomic eyecups to reduce eye fatigue created by peripheral light, wind and dust.
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To withstand weather conditions in any part of the world, the HX Series features Steiner Nano-Protection® hydrophobic molecular coating, creating a lens surface that repels water and is resistant to dirt, dust and fingerprints. The N2 Injection® System pressure seals the binoculars for ultimate waterproof protection, and the ergonomic Makrolon® housing combines a durable polycarbonate frame with NBR Long Life rubber armoring for a light, tough chassis that endures up to 11 Gs of impact.
Additional features of the HX Series include:
Users of the HX binoculars can trust the new design is easier to grip, creating a more comfortable experience for extended glassing.
As with all Steiner optics, the HX Series is covered by the industry-leading Steiner Heritage™ Warranty – Steiner’s promise of the highest standards of quality, dependability and customer satisfaction.
For more information about all of Steiner’s products, visit www.steiner-optics.com.
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