Steiner Introduces HX Series Binocular

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posted on January 16, 2016
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Steiner has kicked off its SHOT Show 2016 announcements with the introduction of the new HX Series. Four variations will be available: 8x42, 10x42, 10x56 and 15x56.

The HX Series is designed to offer bright, crisp images and an extended field-of-view, with sights on becoming a go-to hunting binocular. 

"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 HX Series will feature a Fast-Close-Focus to minimize rotation on the focusing wheel. Steiner has also included its ergonomic eyecups to reduce eye fatigue created by peripheral light, wind and dust. All binoculars in the line feature the Steiner Nano-Protecion hydrophobic molecular coating, which helps the lens surface repel water and resist dirt, dust and fingerprints.

Model details:

As with all Steiner optics, the HX Series features the company's Heritage Warranty.

 

For more information, go to Steiner-Optics.com.

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