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Steiner BluHorizons 8x22

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BIN1208
£190.00
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Overview

World’s first Sunlight Adaptive binoculars

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Product Details

Part Number: BIN1208

Manufacturer: Steiner

Publisher: Steiner

World’s First Sunlight Adaptive Binocular

All the action without a glimmer of glare.

Exclusive AutoBright™ optics offset dazzling light automatically, for the best view under the sun.

Tuck this 4-inch marvel into pack, pocket or purse on your way out, for glare-free viewing from 6.6 feet to infinity. Fast-Close Focus, rainproof and rugged, with versatile 8x magnification. It’s the trimmest, lightest Sunlight Adaptive optic there is.

  • Unique AutoBright™ adaptive lens technology cuts through glare to capture every detail
  • Premium optics give you a sharp, clear picture every time
  • Compact, light weight and texture-armored to go anywhere
  • Ideal for every active outdoor lifestyle, from seaside to snowfield

Reviews

BestBinocularsReviews.com awarded the Steiner BluHorizons as the "2019 Best Compact Binoculars"

"In very bright conditions, the Autobright™ optics that gives these Steiner BluHorizons binoculars the ability to reduce glare and produce a less washed out, more vibrant image"

PRODUCT FEATURES: 


Autobright™ Lens Technology

Automatically optimizes lens light transmission for maximum clarity in bright conditions. No shimmer or glare from water, sand, snow or sky. No squinting, guessing or eye strain. Just a perfect image.


Great feel and fast focus.

Grippy textured armor, ergonomic body and Fast-Close-Focus™ system make clear viewing a pleasure anywhere. Wherever bright sun is an issue, you’ve got a clear solution.

Ergonomic eyecups

Soft rubber cups surround your eyes, keeping side-light, wind, dust and glare from compromising a crisp, comfortable picture. Another good reason to keep your BluHorizons handy

SPECIFICATIONS

MagnificationObjective LensField of View
8x 22mm 410 feet at 1000 yards