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Steiner Champ 10x26 Binoculars

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    10X closer.

    Just because your hair-band-era idol is doing another retirement tour doesn't mean you're ready to shell out a month's salary for front-row seats. Instead, buy the cheapest ticket you can find and bring the Steiner Champ 10x26 Binoculars along for a front-row view. The 10X magnifies things to ten times the size it would be if you looked without your binoculars, and a 26mm objective diameter determines the light-gathering ability of the binoculars, so these won't leave you wondering when the lights dim. The Fast-Focus-Close system lets you use the center dial to creep down from your aerie and onto the main floor and still have a crystal-clear view of the on-stage antics. If you're making the concession-stand run, sling the Champ around your neck with the included neck strap so you don't risk spilling any of your snacks.

    • 10X magnification
    • BAK-4 prisms
    • High-contrast optics
    • Fast-Close-Focus system
    • Ergonomic eyecups
    • Neck strap and case included
    • Item #STR000B

    Tech Specs

    Shell Material
    10 X
    Objective Lens
    26 mm
    Field of View
    302 ft @ 1000 m
    Exit Pupil
    2.6 mm
    Minimum Focus
    11 ft
    4.1 x 1..8 x 4.9 in
    Relative Brightness
    6.8 lumens
    Claimed Weight
    10.5 oz
    Recommended Use
    hiking, camping, fishing, hunting
    Manufacturer Warranty
    10 years

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