Steiner Merlin Binoculars - 10x42

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About Steiner Merlin Binoculars - 10x42

Closeouts. Steiner Merlin 10x42 binoculars boast lightweight, multi-coated roof prisms, a durable armor coating and a quick-focusing wheel that helps you quickly locate and identify birds and wildlife.

Specs about Steiner Merlin Binoculars - 10x42

  • Power: 10
  • Objective diameter: 42mm
  • Optic style: Binoculars
  • Focus type: Variable
  • Exit pupil: 4.2mm
  • Eye relief: 16mm
  • FOV @ 1000 yards: 316'
  • Prism type: Roof
  • Fogproof: Yes
  • Waterproof: Yes
  • Eyecups: Yes
  • Dimensions: 6x5"
  • Weight: 1 lb. 10 oz.
  • Material: Makrolon® polycarbonate (PC) resin
  • Made in Germany
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4.800000 5 Overall Rating: 4.8 Based on 30 reviews

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Reviewed by Sethius from California on Thursday, January 16, 2014
These binoculars epitomize the Teutonic ideals of durability and attention to detail. If Nietzsche were a birder, he'd use these binoculars. It's surprising to me, in fact, that such a radiant image as emerges from the eyepieces of the Steiner Merlin can be the product of mere glass and steel--an ef... Read More
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  • Reviewed by Christine Birdwatcher from SF Bay area on Tuesday, June 2, 2015
    I have used my Steiner Merlin 10x42 Binocs one year. The fold-back eyecups are very flimsy and do not hold up to normal use, they've cracked and broken. The objective covers do not stay on well either. Steiner does not warranty either the eyecups or lens/objective covers, and they will not last. The click-lock connectors do not work with standard binocular harnesses and straps, so you are forced to buy the much more expensive Steiner harness. The optics are less clear than my alternate pair of less expensive Nikon Monarchs.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by C from OR on Saturday, May 16, 2015
    excellent. glass clear to margins of lenses.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by AnnaLaurie from Arizona on Monday, April 13, 2015
    These are going to be very good binoculars for birding or clear distance viewing. They are not lightweight, but I don't know what 10 X 42 binoculars of this quality would also be lightweight.. Thumbs up.
  • Reviewed by Lenlew from Hawaii on Monday, March 30, 2015
    Hard to imagine finding better binoculars under $300. Wanted for whale watching and bird watching; good for both. And night sky watching too.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Walkingman from Charlottesville, Va on Friday, February 6, 2015
    I used a pair of Leitz 8x30 binoculars for years, small handmade from the 1950s but felt I was missing out. I was right. These new Steiner 10x42 binoculars opened up so much more. They gather light well enough to take a picture through the small aperture of my cell phone camera. They can focus on a subject about 6 feet away, great for butterflies that shy away when approached while excellent for birding and wildlife. They appear and feel very rugged. They are heavy but after several 5 mile hikes they were not overly burdensome. I did change the shoulder strap going to a canon EOS strap that had rubber backing making it less prone to slipping off my shoulder. I am going to enjoy these binoculars.

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