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Steiner Safari Series

Steiner Safari Series

Oct. 2008

Steiner 10X26 Safari Pro

MOORESTOWN, NJ — Steiner, the German Manufacturer of the legendary, premium performance binoculars, has developed an entirely new, light weight and compact pocket binoculars called Safari Pro Series. With every means of travel demanding lighter weight and smaller baggage for better fuel and space economy, these handy little Safari Pocket Binoculars fill the need of today's smart travelers. Good binoculars increase the enjoyment and fulfillment of any travel by bringing everything closer to the eye and enriching the outdoor experience.

The Safari series has special lens coatings that block harmful UV-A and UV-B light and cuts glare, producing clear sharp images with little to no color shift in the image for the viewer. The binoculars come in 8X and 10X power configurations and have the newest style yet functional design with new soft eyecups and come with a 10 year limited warranty.


The Safari Pocket Binoculars are perfect for most any viewing anywhere, and they also make the perfect gift.


Safari Pro Binocular Specifications
Name Field of View Weight Approx. Retail
8X22 Safari Pro369ft./1000 yds.8.5 ozs.$119
10X26 Safari Pro291 ft./1000 yds.9.7 ozs.$139
8X30 Safari Pro360 ft./1000 yds.18 ozs.$199

Steiner Binoculars are made in Germany and marketed in North America by Pioneer Research, (Dept. ST), 97 Foster Road, Suite 5, Moorestown, N.J. 08057. Tel. 1-800-257-7742.




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