Steiner Optics Predator C5 Binocular

Steiner Optics expanded its Predator C5 binocular line to include two new models.

Steiner Optics expanded its Predator C5 binocular line to include two new models. The 8x56 and 10x56 models offer larger objective lenses for even better light gathering, higher resolution and greater detail. Like the 10x42 and 12x42 Predator C5, these new models use a unique lens coating that helps you spot hidden game by blocking the colors of haze and foliage while enhancing the visibility of browns, reds and other wildlife colors.


With a larger objective on the 8X and 10X, viewing times will be extended and images will be brighter and clearer than ever. All Predator C5 binoculars have a rigid polycarbonate chassis to provide superior durability while maintaining waterproof integrity. Ergonomic styling makes the binocular easy to use and focus with gloves in any weather condition.


It is nitrogen-purged and comes equipped with interchangeable winged and twist-up eye cups, as well as a padded travel case, neoprene rain guards for the ocular lenses and flip-off objective lens caps. A padded neck strap makes carrying the Predator C5 for extended periods stress-free.

CONTACT: Steiner Optics, (800) 257-7742; steiner-binoculars.com


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