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For sale: Display model STEINER Commander III Military Binoculars by Webyshops.com

For sale: $793.39 Display model STEINER 7×50 Commander III Military Binoculars w/ Compass (383) STE-383.

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Steiner Introduces 7×30 Commander XP Binoculars

GREELEY, Colo. (February 13, 2012) – Steiner Commander binoculars have long been the benchmark for the world’s best marine binoculars. Steiner, the world leader in marine optics, now offers this world-class optic in a more compact model, the new 7×30 Commander XP. Steiner has bundled all the technology and performance of the 7×50 Commander XP into a compact-sized binocular that is available with or without an integral compass.

Weighing in at just 20 oz., the new, tough-as-nails 7×30 Commander XPs is packed full of features. Like its larger counterpart, the new 7×30 offers the innovative Steiner XP optics that provide the highest levels of daytime haze-cutting contrast and nighttime performance. They also feature Steiner’s NANO lens coating that repels water and moisture from the lenses, leaving them crystal clear for viewing, even in the wettest situations. The 7×30 Commander XP also has a generous field of view of 392 feet @ 1,000 yards.

“The Commander has always been one of Steiner’s most popular marine binoculars,” stated Rob Siemers, general manager. “Now we can offer this spectacular binocular in a more compact model, making it the ideal binocular for cruising, sailing, sport fishing or recreational boating.”

The 7×30 Commander XP with Compass is equipped with a ranging reticle, and it’s also illuminated for convenient nighttime navigation. Each Commander XP is hand-built to be mil-spec waterproof and shock resistant. The NBR rubber coating is tough and withstands the punishing elements of UV rays, chemicals and saltwater. Each comes with a standard binocular strap as well as an orange flotation strap.

This new compact marine binocular will be available at retailers nationwide this spring. Suggested retail price for the 7×30 Commander XP is $549, and the 7×30 Commander XP with compass is $699. Both come with the Steiner 30-Year Limited Warranty.

Headquartered in Germany, Steiner has been widely acknowledged as a world leader in the manufacturing of high quality optics since 1947. In addition to the outdoor, hunting and marine markets, Steiner provides products to military and law enforcement worldwide. Allied forces around the world-including the U.S. Army and countless law enforcement agencies-have made Steiner their binocular of choice. For more information, contact: Steiner Binoculars, 920 54th Avenue, Suite 200, Greeley, CO 80634; call (970) 356-1670; or visit the company website at www.steiner-binoculars.com.

Steiner 7×30 Commander XP Technical Specifications:
Product Item No. Weight Field of View Eye Relief Compass
@ 1,000 yards
7×30 296 18.2 oz 392 ft. 17.4 mm No
7×30 C 396 19.6 oz. 392 ft. 17.4 mm HD Stabilized

Contact:
Karen Lutto (830) 755-4308 or karen@hunteroc.com
Mike Nischalke (703) 380-3595 or mike@hunteroc.com
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Cash In On Steiner’s Sizzling Summer Savings With “Gear Up. Gas Up. And GO!” Rebate Program

GREELEY, Colo. (July 28, 2011) – Steiner is pleased to announced the launch of the 2011 “Gear Up. Gas Up. And GO!” summer rebate program. Kicking off on Aug. 1 and running through Dec. 31, 2011, this rebate program provides outdoor enthusiasts the opportunity to purchase a wide selection of premium Steiner binoculars and get back a significant amount of their hard-earned cash. This year’s rebates range from $25 to $100, depending on the model purchased.

In order to take advantage of this great Steiner savings opportunity consumers simply need to purchase any one of the 30 Steiner binoculars listed below through an authorized dealer before the end of the year, complete the rebate certificate available at the dealer or conveniently online at www.steiner-binoculars.com, and mail it along with an original copy of the sales receipt and the original UPC barcode. Mail must be postmarked by Jan. 31, 2012 and received by Feb. 15, 2012 to be eligible for the rebate. Checks will be received from Steiner within eight to 10 weeks.

A $100 rebate is available on each of the following binoculars: 10×50 Nighthunter XP, 12×56 Nighthunter XP, 7×50 Commander XP C, 8×44 Peregrine XP and 10×44 Peregrine XP.

A $75 rebate is available for the 8×42 Nighthunter XP, 10×42 Nighthunter XP, 8×56 Nighthunter XP and 10×56 Nighthunter XP.

A $50 rebate is available for the 8×42 Merlin, 10×42 Merlin, 10×50 Merlin, 7×30 Navigator Pro C, 7×50 Observer C, 7×50 Commander XP and the 10×50 Military/Marine.

A $40 rebate is available for the 8×32 Merlin.

A $30 rebate is available for the 8×30 Military/Marine, 8×30 Predator Pro, 12×40 Predator Pro, 8.5×26 Wildlife Pro, 10.5×28 Wildlife Pro, 8×30 Wildlife Pro CF, 8×30 Safari Pro, 7×50 Marine and the 8×30 Navigator.

A $25 rebate is available for the 8×22 Predator Pro X, 10×26 Predator Pro X, 8×42 Predator Xtreme and the 10×42 Predator Xtreme.

Enjoy the rest of the summer with these sizzling savings from Steiner. Good until the end of the year, you clearly don’t want to miss this opportunity to own the world’s best binoculars and save some money. To find a retail location near you, visit the Steiner website at www.steiner-binoculars.com/dealer.html.

Headquartered in Germany, Steiner has been widely acknowledged as a world leader in the manufacturing of high quality optics since 1947. In addition to the outdoor, hunting and marine markets, Steiner provides products to military and law enforcement worldwide. Allied forces around the world-including the U.S. Army and countless law enforcement agencies-have made Steiner their binocular of choice. New for 2011, Steiner has introduced a line of precision scopes primarily focused on military, law enforcement and target shooting. For more information, contact: Steiner Optik, 920 54th Avenue, Suite 200, Greeley, CO 80634; call (970) 356-1670; or visit the company website at www.steiner-binoculars.com.
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Contact:
Karen Lutto (830) 755-4308 karen@hunteroc.com
Mike Nischalke (703) 385-3595 mike@hunteroc.com

Steiner Predator Xtreme Binocs Bring Unparalleled Contrast, Light Transmission

Transmission

GREELEY, Colo. (April 11, 2011) – Continuing to produce state-of-the-art optical innovations that outperform its competition, Steiner introduces the new Predator Xtreme roof-prism binoculars, which offer a special proprietary lens coating that filters light and adds contrast at the peak sensitivity range of the human eye. Steiner has been perfecting its high-contrast lens coating for many years and the innovative Dynamic Coating Technology available on the new Predator Xtreme represents the sixth generation of the company’s exclusive contrast-enhancing optics.

Steiner’s Predator Xtreme binoculars overcome the challenges associated with high-contrast coatings, which previously resulted in decreased brightness, reduced light transmission or altered colors. The Dynamic Coating Technology filters out a small amount of light in the middle of the visible color spectrum, making your eyes more perceptive to certain colors, especially in low-light conditions. The increased perception occurs because the human eye reacts differently to different color wavelengths. The end result is that browns, reds and other wildlife colors found on most game animals pop out against green backgrounds.

A new ergonomic design employs a rigid polycarbonate chassis that is extremely durable and waterproof. The binoculars are positively pressure-purged to 14 psi with dry nitrogen and argon gases for absolutely leakage-free performance in all weather conditions.

The Predator Xtreme lineup features 8×22, 8×42, 10×26 and 10×42 models. Each binocular comes equipped with a padded travel case, removable neoprene rain-guards for the ocular lenses and objective lens caps. A padded neck strap is included with the 42mm models for comfortable carrying and viewing at all times.

Available at retailers nationwide, the suggested retail price for the new roof-prism Predator Xtremes are 8×22- $179; 8×42 – $399; 10×26 – $199 and 10×42 – $499.

Headquartered in Germany, Steiner has been widely acknowledged as a world leader in the manufacturing of high quality optics since 1947. In addition to the outdoor, hunting and marine markets, Steiner provides products to military and law enforcement worldwide. Allied forces around the world-including the U.S. Army and countless law enforcement agencies-have made Steiner their binocular of choice. For more information, contact: Steiner Optik, 920 54th Avenue, Suite 200, Greeley, CO 80634; call (970) 356-1670; or visit the company website at www.steiner-binoculars.com.

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Steiner Predator Xtreme Technical Specifications:
Product Item No. Weight Field of View Eye Relief
@ 1,000 yards
8×22 2341 9.32 oz. 404 ft. 9.5 mm
10×26 2361 10.6 oz. 315 ft. 9.0 mm
8×42 2481 25.7 oz. 381 ft. 18.5 mm
10×42 2581 25.8 oz. 328 ft. 16.5 mm

Contact:
Karen Lutto (830) 755-4308 or karen@hunteroc.com
Mike Nischalke (703) 380-3595 or mike@hunteroc.com

Start Earlier And Stay Longer With The New Steiner Nighthunter XP Binocular

GREELEY, Colo. – With a new roof-prism design and the brightest array of high-definition (HD) glass elements Steiner Optik has ever put into a binocular of this style, the new Nighthunter XP binocular delivers images that are so remarkably bright, you can significantly extend your time in the field. No other optics of similar size and weight can provide the considerably brighter images that are produced from the new XP line. Available in 8×42, 10×42, 8×56 and 10×56, the new Nighthunter XP not only brings the subject closer, but they also provide exceptional contrast and natural HD color.

The secret behind the new Steiner Nighthunter XP is the ability to present the highest possible light transmission visible to the human eye. This is accomplished by delivering exception light transmission over a wide range of the human eye’s color spectrum, resulting in being able to see greater detail in low light or even near darkness. The patented NANO-Protection hydrophobic lens coating on the Nighthunter XP lets you see more in all weather conditions.

Waterproof and submersible, this new rugged binocular line features an ergonomic design and rubber armoring for a certain grip at all times. The Nighthunter XP are purged and pressurized to 14 psi with dry Nitrogen and Argon gas to ensure crisp, clear images in any weather condition or humidity level. All four models of the new Nighthunter XP line meet and exceed the U.S. mil spec standards for shock, fog and waterproof performance, and they come backed by an industry-leading 30-year limited warranty.

Available at retailers nationwide, the suggested retail price for the new roof-prism Nighthunter XPs are: 8×42: $849, 10×42: $949, 8×56: $999 and 10×56: $1,049.

Headquartered in Germany, Steiner has been widely acknowledged as a world leader in the manufacturing of high quality optics since 1947. In addition to the outdoor, hunting and marine markets, Steiner provides products to military and law enforcement worldwide. Allied forces around the world-including the U.S. Army and countless law enforcement agencies-have made Steiner their binocular of choice. New for 2011, Steiner has introduced a line of precision scopes primarily focused on military, law enforcement and target shooting. For more information, contact: Steiner Optik, 920 54th Avenue, Suite 200, Greeley, CO 80634; call (970) 356-1670; or visit the company website at www.steiner-binoculars.com.
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Steiner Nighthunter XP Technical Specifications:
Product Item No. Weight Field of View Eye Relief
@ 1,000 yards
8×42 5428 25.7 oz. 400 ft. 18.5 mm
10×42 5421 25.7 oz. 344 ft. 16.5 mm
8×56 5568 36.5 oz. 400 ft. 16.3 mm
10×56 5561 39.4 oz. 361 ft. 17 mm

Contact:
Karen Lutto (830) 755-4308 karen@hunteroc.com

Mike Nischalke (703) 385-3595 mike@hunteroc.com

Steiner Kicks Off 2010 Savings Fest Rebate Programste

Steiner Kicks Off 2010 Savings Fest Rebate ProgramMOORESTOWN, New Jersey- Steiner is pleased to announce the launch of Savings Fest, a special rebate program that runs through December 31, 2010. With hunting seasons fast approaching and fall migrations on their way, Steiner is pleased to introduce its 2010 mail-in-rebate program. It gives outdoor enthusiasts the opportunity to purchase a wide selection of premium Steiner binoculars and get back a substantial amount of their hard-earned cash. Rebate values range from $25 to $100, depending upon model purchased between August 1 and December 31, 2010.

In order to take advantage of Steiner‘s 2010 Savings Fest, consumers simply need to purchase one of the Steiner binoculars listed below through an authorized dealer before the end of the year, complete the rebate certificate available at www.steiner-binoculars.com/special/specialoffers.html, and mail it along with an original copy of the sales receipt and original UPC barcode. The certificate must be postmarked by January 31, 2011 and received by February 15, 2011. The customer will receive a check from Steiner within eight to 10 weeks.

Rebates are available on the following binoculars:
$100 Rebate

$50 Rebate

$40 Rebate

$30 Rebate

$25 Rebate
8×44 Peregrine XP

7×50 Commander XP

10×42 Predator C5

8×32 Merlin

8×30 Navigator
10×44 Peregrine XP

7×50 Commander V

12×42 Predator C5

8×42 Merlin

8×30 Predator Pro

10×50 Nighthunter XP

10×42 Tactical R

10×50 Military/Marine

12×56 Nighthunter XP

10×42 Police

8.5×26 Wildlife Pro

8×56 Predator C5

10×50 Merlin

10.5×28 Wildlife Pro

10×56 Predator C5

10×42 Merlin

8×30 Wildlife Pro CF

12×40 Predator Pro

7×30 Navigator Pro C

7×50 Observer C

7×50 Marine

10×50 Police

7×50 Police

Steiner binoculars offers state-of-the-art, versatile binocular lines for all outdoor, military and law enforcement applications. You clearly don’t want to miss this opportunity to own the world’s best binoculars and save some money. Now is the time to invest in a Steiner binocular. To find a retail location near you, visit the Steiner website at www.steiner-binoculars.com/dealer.html.

Contact:
Karen Lutto (830) 755-4308 or karen@hunteroc.com

Mike Nischalke (703) 380-3595 or mike@hunteroc.com

Steiner Binoculars

Eight Predators for the Nighthunters under the sky,
Thirteen Military & Police for the protectors in their halls of justice,
Ten Marine Safaris for the adventurers doomed to seek thrills,
Eight Peregrine Wildlife for the eagle eye,
Four Merlin for the darkness, where the twilight lies.
Binoculars to rule the light waves, optics to find them,
Binoculars to bring them all and in the darkness find them,
in the land of Steiner, where the rugged clarity lies.

Focus, the little halfling climbed up the sharp rocks of Mount Destructoom and when he reached the top, he brushed off his shaggy feet and peered across the broken landscape. Sam, his companion pulled out his Steiner Peregrine binoculars and scanned the distant lands, glad of the lightweight magnesium chassis. “I think we made it, Mr. Focus, the Opticghosts haven’t stopped us from destroying the Merlin High Performance Binoculars.”

“It’s been a terrible journey, Sam. I’m glad that you have come with me. And I’m also glad for my dependable Safari-Pro binoculars.” He reached under his Elvin cloak and looked out at the bleakness glad for the UV-A and UV-B blocking power. “When the Opticghosts searched the highlands, their Predator binocular eyes pinpointing wildlife and blocking haze, I thought that we were hidden well, but their binoculars were too good at picking up colors.”

“Aye,” Sam agreed. “We were very lucky to be able to fight our way out of that one.” He touched his empty sword sheath. “It is too bad that Golcough took our swords in the battle. That little goblin has eyes like Wildlife Pro binoculars, tough, waterproof and built to handle the world’s harshest conditions.”

Focus stood. “We are too close to our goal to worry about him.” He stared up at the gaping hole in the wall of the volcano. Steam and heat rolled out. “I go on alone from here, Sam.”

Sam nodded. “I’ll be here if you need me, Mr. Focus, as dependable as a Law Enforcement pair of binoculars.”

Focus smiled. “Good Sam.” He climbed the rest of the way. Just as he was about to enter the opening, Golcough jumped out from behind a hidden rock. He reached for the powerful pair of Merlin binoculars. “My cherished! Give me!”

“Never!” Focus cried, pulling them away from the twisted imp. “These are too powerful! They must be destroyed!” As they fought, he fell and rolled into the volcano, Golcough going with him.

“No, Mr. Focus!” Sam cried. He ran up into the choking hole. It was blackness, except for the dim glow of lava. “I can’t see a thing. I wish I had Nighthunter XP binoculars and their unparalleled low-light performance.” He felt his way along the rough walls. “Mr. Focus? Are you there?” There was no answer.

Just as he was about to give up, he came out to a ledge and there was Mr. Focus. He was holding the powerful pair of Merlins over the edge of the lava. “Destroy them, Mr. Focus,” Sam called.

Golcough was huddled down at his feet. “Give me my cherished,” he croaked.

Mr. Focus had a gleam in his eyes and he clenched the binoculars. Then, drawing his will, he let go with an effort, and they fell, landing on the lava far below. The halflings and Golcough looked down in surprise. The binoculars were so well made that they weren’t destroyed. “Steiner makes a quality binocular,” Sam muttered as the fate of the world floated away on liquid rock.

“My cherished!” Golcough’s voice echoed through the darkness.

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Steiner Introduces Anti-Reflective Binocular Device

MOORESTOWN, New Jersey – Steiner, the world’s leading military binocular manufacturer, has announced the launch of its new Anti Reflective Device (ARD) for Steiner Military-type Porro-prism binoculars with 30mm and 50mm objective lenses. Designed to eliminate reflections from the objective lenses, which can compromise your position during covert operations, the ARD features a new honeycomb pattern that reduce reflections by up to 100%.

The ARDs are constructed using non-corrosive parts and utilize the same ultra-durable Nitrile Butadiene Rubber (NBR) armor that is used on Steiner’s military binocular line. Each ARD is molded in OD military green and incorporates a protective dust cover. The ARDs attach to the outside of the objective lens barrel and is held in place by tension fitting that is adjustable with an included hex key.

The ARDs are available in two sizes to fit 30mm or 50mm Steiner Porro-prism Military R or Military/Marine binoculars. They cannot be used with other binoculars, nor can they be used with the new Steiner 10×50 LRF binocular due to interference with the LRF’s complex integrated laser rangefinding system. The ARD’s suggested retail price is approximately $140 (pair) and will be available through Steiner’s nationwide dealer network.

Headquartered in Germany, Steiner has been widely acknowledged as a world leader in the manufacturing of quality binoculars since 1947. In addition to the outdoor, hunting and marine markets, Steiner provides products to military and law enforcement worldwide. Allied forces around the world, including the U.S. Army and countless law enforcement agencies, have made Steiner their binocular of choice.

For more information, write: Steiner Binoculars, 97 Foster Road, Moorestown, NJ 08057; call toll-free 1-800-257-7742; or visit the company website at http://www.steiner-binoculars.com.

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