Steiner Jumelle Safari Ultrasharp Pocket 10x26
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The 10x26 Ultrasharp represents a bold compact shape, balance and comfort with higher power, yet without a dramatic increase in size and weight. Perfect for mountains, the beach, and sporting events.To learn more about us
The 10x26 Safari Pro represents a bold compact shape, balance and comfort with higher power, yet without a dramatic increase in size and weight. Featuring robust, water resistant construction like its sibling 8x22, the 10x26 adds power and maintains good levels of brightness, while blocking haze and UV light to bring you comfortable and sharp images. Perfect for mountains, the beach, and sporting events. The 10x26 offers a stylish and comfortable exterior design, with a new "faster" larger focus wheel to get you on your subject quickly. The eye relief was extended to make the Safari Pro functional with eyeglasses. The 10x26 features soft profiled eyecups to contour your face and block out distracting side-light. The 10x26 Safari Pro fold to a small pocket size and will fit in a coat pocket or in their own distinctively styled case
- Magnification : 10x
- Diameter : 26 mm
- Prism : Roof
- Model : Steiner Safari Ultrasharp
- Binoculars bag : Steiner Case
- Binoculars warranty : 10 years Steiner
How Steiner Optics tells their brand Story. In 1947, in the face of demolished infrastructures and a collapsed economy, Karl Steiner started a one-man workshop in Bayreuth, Germany, obsessed with a single goal: creating optical products so functional, sturdy and uniformly flawless that nothing in the chaotic, mass-production post-war world could compare. Steiner world-class lenses, coatings and prisms are created, perfected and produced in Germany, enduring the most exhaustive production, inspection, testing and approval process in the industry – lenses alone go through 460 exacting steps.
Steiner Optics makes trusted optics for life’s defining moments. The successful pursuit and capture of these moments demands the fast and precise detection, location and identification of a distant objective.