Wildlife XP Compact 10x26
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The new Wildlife XP Compact Series gives outdoor enthusiasts a specialized, fast-focus wldlife binocular that literally goes anywhere. Lightweight, rugged rubber-armored polycarbonate housing is pocket-sized, waterproof to two meters, and fogproof always. The ergonomic frame is hand-friendly and comfortable. And of course, the outstanding brilliance of Steiner Optics is unmatched, wherever you roam.
Super-trim frame and versatile 10x magnification make this optic the ideal companion for hiking and mountain/rock climbing. Ample power for medium/ distant viewing, large field of view, and extremely rugged.
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wheel with quick, stepless rotation achieves absolute sharpness with fewer turns.
with durable polycarbonate Makrolon housing, waterproof to 2 meters, and nitrogen-pressure-filled interior that’s fogproof from -20°C to +70°C.
ARMORED FOR ADVENTURE
with non-slip NBR long-life rubber coating that’s impervious to oils, acids and harsh conditions.
for easy carry, quick handling, and a folding mechanism that’s tough and compact.
MAXIMIZED USER COMFORT
with ergonomic ComfortGrip thumb rests for secure handling in any conditions.
construction can stand up to any wet condition, a big advantage for a compact binocular.
keeps binoculars hanging straight and action-ready, releases with push-button ease.
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IPD of the binoculars? Can't find any reference on your website
Can I purchase a new set of rubber eye pieces for my pair of Steiner Safari 10x26 binoculars?
The Wildlife XP Compact 10X26 model listed on the site describes it in the second paragraph as "...versatile 8x magnification...". I read elsewhere that the "10X26" figure suggests that this model should offer a 10x magnification. Which applies here?
What am I getting in the XP Compact 10X26 that I wouldn't get in the Champ 10X26? The one difference I see is "Ultra-High Definition" vs "High Contrast" optics and maybe 6ft in field of view. Any thing else to account for the price difference?
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