If you’re in the market for a new set of binoculars, you might want to get a pair that are endorsed by a retired Navy SEAL.
He also makes videos about some awesome outdoors equipment.
I want to show you these top-of-the-line binoculars from Steiner that Care recently reviewed.
Introducing the Steiner XP Series Binoculars
The Steiner XP Series binos are made for use around water and in super low-light situations.
Most good binoculars only use about 80% of available light.
The Steiner XP Series, on the other hand, can capture up to 95% of available light.
This gives you great vision even in extreme low-light conditions.
Stop Worrying About Fogged Lenses
The Steiner XP series has a pressurized dry nitrogen optic which eliminates fogged lenses, even in intense heat or cold.
In fact, the binos are rated for use between -40 and +80 degrees centigrade (that’s -40 F to + 176 F)!
Steiner fills their binoculars with dry nitrogen using a two-valve system. Prior to filling with nitrogen, the normal and humid air inside the binoculars is pumped out, creating a vacuum.
The nitrogen gas fills this vacuum inside the optic, totally preventing condensation from forming.
See what Ray “Cash” Care has to say about his Steiner XP binoculars.