The Commander XP C Binocular with Compass from Steiner Germany represents the pinnacle of binocular design. The innovative high definition XP Optics on this model are truly groundbreaking, providing for record setting light transmission in the dark and sharp, high contrast images in daylight. The objective lenses and eyepiece lenses on the Commander XP C featured Steiner‘s high-tech NANO Protection optical coating that easily repels moisture – which means you will never find yourself wiping the lenses of your binoculars off again. The lens coatings utilize a unique molecular bonding substance that make the lenses so smooth that absolutely nothing has a chance to adhere to them.
From a usability perspective, the Commander XP C Binoculars has an assortment of included eyecups to choose from depending on the user and the specific task at hand. Included are a winged profile set (to block sidelight), a flat set (for users with glasses), and an extended set for users that are looking for full eye relief without the need for side flaps.The exterior of each pair of Commander Binoculars is rugged, to say the least. Fully waterproof to a depth of 5 meters, this model is leaps and bounds ahead of the competition in that regard. Using the optional Steiner XP Flotation Strap – connected to the binoculars through the use of the unique Clic-Loc attachment system – you can safely and confidently take your Commander XP C with you on boating expeditions without fear of losing them overboard. If dropped in water the Flotation Strap will keep the binoculars from submerging below the rated waterproof depth and will clearly mark the position of the binoculars for easy pickup. The rubber NBR Long Life armoring on the exterior of each pair protects the sensitive optics from drop damage as well.
And don’t forget about the included compass. Built right into the Commander XP C Binoculars, the compass feature allows you to easily find and mark the directional position of the object of you viewing.
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