Steiner HX 8x42 Binocular

Steiner HX 8x42 Binocular
$799.99
HX 8x42 Binocular by Steiner
Price subject to change | SKU: STR000U

Steiner HX 8x42 Binocular

Big game doesn't stand a chance when you're equipped with the Steiner HX 8x42 Binoculars. Small enough for effortless carry, yet still armed with a wide field to sweep distant terrain and put you on game faster, these binoculars are any hunter's dream. 8x magnification brings wildlife close and clear--perfect for bow hunting or eastern whitetail hunting where game is active at dawn and dusk. New lens coatings increase light transmission across the spectrum, resulting in crisp, bright images that make it easier to pick out your prey. The Fast-Close-Focus central focusing wheel requires minimal rotation for quick, absolute sharpness from close-up to infinity. The rugged Makrolon housing is made with durable polycarbonate with NBR Long Life rubber armoring, creating a lightweight, rugged chassis that withstands 11 Gs of impact. That means these binoculars are impervious to harsh conditions, allowing generations of trusted use. The N2 Injection System seals 14-psi pressurized dry nitrogen into the optic for fogproof clarity in any conditions, from arctic cold to desert heat. These binoculars are also waterproof so you can take them into the marsh or use them in the rain without fear. A Steiner Nano-Protection hydrophobic molecular coating creates a lens surface so smooth that water sheets off and dirt, dust, snow, and fingerprints are repelled, ensuring that your view is always crystal clear.

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