Reviews and Problems with Steiner Safari Pro 10x26
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A Test of Time......
24 June 2012
Summary: First of all if your looking for a compact binocular then I would give this 5 Stars and I would recommend this. I only gave 4 Stars because overall if you want a binocular with a wider field of vision then you may need a larger one (x50+).
Summary: This binocular has the best power to size ratio. The size is very handy and useable in almost all circumstances. The price was very attrective for this quality glass and workmanship and a metal frame which is sign of quality all by itself.
Excellent product, good guarantee, well worth the money
12 July 2010
Summary: I searched for a small pair of binoculars to use whilst hill walking. These fit the bill entirely. Easy to carry and to use. Caps for the lens would be useful but otherwise excellent. The case supplied is good quality but does not have a strap rather it has a belt loop.
Summary: Do not use binoculars much but these seem to be nice light binoculars with good clarity. I can use them with my bifocal glasses without a problem. Downsides: - can be a little difficult to keep them steady.
Summary: I have just returned from a safari where I used these bins all the time. I've always found binoculars tricky to use in the past, but quickly got used to these, possibly because they are lightweight and easy to hold still for focussing.
Summary: These are great binoculars - very good specification and easy to use but at the same time they fit into your pocket and are ideal to carry around. The casing feels very robust and they are waterproof so they will stand up to some rugged treatment.
Summary: Excellent light weight pair of binoculars - bought for wild life viewing in Zambia. Good clear image with good field of view. Not as good light intensity as a £700 pair of Carl Zeiss larger size binoculars being used by a fellow traveller, but for the price you get high quality, convenient size and...