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SHOT Show 2015: Laser Devices Inc. Changes Name to Steiner eOptics, Releases New Tactical Products

January 21, 2015  | 

Kicking off its new name at SHOT Show 2015, Steiner eOptics (formerly Laser Devices) is launching three new tactical laser illumination and aiming devices under the Steiner brand.

New products include the “Intelligent” Combat Sight (ICS), SBAL-PL, 1x holographic Micro Reflex Sight (MRS) that weighs only 70 grams.

"The future of optics is electro-optics (eOptics)", says Mark DiOrio, Steiner eOptics GM. "The combination of laser, infrared and thermal technology with optics and advanced lens coatings is how we’ll create tomorrow's aiming solutions for our law enforcement, military and commercial markets."

Now, strengthened by Steiner’s manufacturing, sales and marketing expertise Steiner eOptics is accelerating new product developmentl.

"By combining Laser Devices' 37 years innovating laser technology with Steiner’s nearly 70 years creating rugged, high quality optics and lens coatings we've got the perfect team to build the next generation of eOptic laser aiming and illumination solutions," said DiOrio.

About Steiner eOptics

Steiner eOptics, (formerly Laser Devices, Inc.) is known for its visible and infrared laser aiming devices, handheld and weapon-mounted tactical lights and IR illuminators used by military, law enforcement and commercial markets worldwide. Marketing its products under the Steiner brand, the company is located in Monterey, California where 100% of its products are designed and manufactured in its 30,000-square-foot facility. Steiner eOptics holds a number of U.S. patents and maintains an ISO9001:2008 Certified QMS. Steiner eOptics Inc. is a Beretta Holding company.

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