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Steiner Releases Miniscope

July 14, 2015  | 

Photo: Steiner
Photo: Steiner

The new Steiner Miniscope is made to offer incredible clarity and bright images in a new pocket-sized design. Measuring just 2" high by 2" wide, this 8x22mm monocular is small enough to travel in a pocket, purse or pack.

The 8x magnification brings you closer to the action or the view and makes it ideal for hiking, traveling, sporting events, concerts or the theater. Featuring Steiner's Sports-Auto-Focus system, once the Miniscope is focused for your eyes, everything from 65 feet to infinity will be clear and sharp. High-Contrast lens coatings deliver the same clarity and brightness found on much larger optics. It features an ergonomic design that's easy to hold and use with just one hand. Weighing in at just 2.8 ounces, it won't slow you down.

"The Steiner Miniscope was designed for today's active lifestyle and people on the go," says Tom Frane, VP of Sales, Marketing and Business Development. "The compact design and ultra-light weight make it easy to carry, easy to pack and inexpensive to own. Although it's our smallest optic, it features the precision, quality and reliability found on all Steiner optics."

The new Miniscope comes with a convenient carrying case with belt loop. The MSRP is $114.99. It is available at Steiner dealers nationwide.

About Steiner Optics

For nearly 70 years, Steiner Germany has made trusted optics for life's defining moments. The successful pursuit and capture of these moments demands the fast and precise detection, location and identification of a distant objective. Whether the objective is wildlife, a marine bearing, law enforcement suspect or military combatant, Steiner optics are designed to enhance an individual's most important sense, vision, so that on land or sea –– Nothing Escapes You. For more information, contact: Steiner-Optics, 920 54th Avenue, Suite 200, Greeley, CO 80634; call (970) 356-1670 or toll free (888) 228-7747. Visit the company website at www.steiner-optics.com or www.facebook.com/SteinerOptics.

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