Steiner 10×42 Merlin Binoculars


10×42 Merlin – Power with exceptional brightness. Recommended mostly for distance glassing such as shorebirds hawks falcons eagles. Also good for getting extraordinary close-up views at feeders and nesting while maintaining good distance so not to spook birds.For the hunter birder or naturalist Steiner’s new roof-prism Merlin line offers exceptional brightness and resolution. Very fast yet smooth and precise center focusing with 7.9′ close focus . Fully multi-coated optics assure optimal brightness in low light situations. Rubber-armored exterior makes the Merlins very durable and provides good grip. The rugged armoring also makes them silent for up-close glassing or stalking. The unique earth-tone dark brown color exterior was especially formulated to not reflect light but rather absorb it and make the binoculars almost transparent to wildlife. Water resistant; guaranteed not to fog or leak; 10-year warranty. Includes deluxe thermo-molded case attached lens caps and neoprene neck strap.If you need high performance for faster discovery especially of birds on the move take a close look at the new light-weight alloy-bodied Steiner Merlin. They’re precise yet amazingly rugged and also fully waterproofed for even the rainiest days.The optics are made with premium optical glass and are coated with our own natural color transmission multi-coating which boosts light transmission much higher than similar binoculars in this price range and yields extraordinary clarity resolution and color fidelity.Focusing is our unique “Fast-Focus” system which turns from close focus to infinite distance in two full turns of the focus wheel for razor sharp fine tuning. The focusing is smooth and precise and it’s waterproof.Since birds are skittish by the presence of bright or light colors Steiner tried the opposite approach with the exterior finish of the Merlin: the almost transparent neutral color on the Merlin is a unique earth tone brown; chosen by Steiner’s development staff and bird

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