LRF 1700

Laser rangefinding binoculars

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Game-finding precision optics and pinpoint laser ranging, in one compact binocular.

Hunters prefer Steiner porro prism binoculars for their enhanced three-dimensional depth perception and military-grade toughness. When combined with a fast, accurate laser rangefinder, they quickly become a trusted and practical additional to your hunting gear. Quickly and easily find your target and accurately range out to 1,700 yards without juggling multiple optics.

Included Accessories: Case, Cleaning Cloth, Neck Strap, Objective Covers, Rain Guard, Shoulder Strap

MSRP: 
$2,414.99

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Product Features: 

LASER RANGEFINDER

With the built-in rangefinder you can quickly and easily find your target and range out to 1700 yards without juggling multiple optics.

SPORTS-AUTO FOCUSTM

Set each eyepiece to your vision and everything from 20 yards to infinity is razor sharp-day or night.

STEINER NANO-PROTECTION®

Hydrophobic molecular coating creates a lens surface so smooth, water sheets off and dirt and dust are repelled.

FOGPROOF & WATERPROOF DOWN TO 16 FEET

For absolute protection, Steiner injects 14-psi pressurized dry nitrogen into it’s optics for premium clarity.

SHOCKPROOF

Lenses and prisms are built into unbreakable binocular housings that are armored to withstand harsh conditions.

MILITARY RUGGEDNESS PRECISION AND PERFORMANCE

Provide more than half a century of battle-proven reliability and built to perform in the toughest conditions.

SPECIFICATIONS:

Item No.MagnificationObjective LensField of ViewSpecial FeatureRanging Distance
23158 x30 mm374 ft at 100 ydsLaser rangefinding to 1,859 yards1,859 yards
Field of View374 ft at 100 yds
Objective Lens30 mm
Ranging Distance1,859 yards
Focus SystemAuto Focus
Optics SystemsHigh Definition
Close Focus66 ft
Exit Pupil7.1mm
Eye Relief15.13 mm
IP Distance56 - 74 mm
Diopter Range+/- 5 dpt
Luminosity14
Twilight Factor15.5
CompassNo
EyecupsErgoFlex
Rubber ArmoringNBR Long Life Rubber Armoring
WaterproofSubmersion to 16 ft
Weight28 oz
Dimension (HxWxL)4.9 in x 5.5 in x 12 in
Neck StrapYes
Neck Strap AttachmentStandard
BatteryCR2
WarrantyHeritage™ Warranty
Nitrogen FilledYes
Objective CoverYes
Rain Protection CapYes
Carry CaseYes

LRF 1700 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best bowhunting bino period Steiner's LRF combines two top-notch tools into one, a crystal clear bino and a rangefinder. While some folks don't prefer the permafocus feature, I do, especially for identifying bucks while bowhunting. Numerous times when deer hunting I've raised my binos while a buck is moving through cover or trotting away, only to spy a fuzzy cloud of haze because the bino wheel is way out of focus. In the time it takes to crank the wheel first one way (I always guess wrong) then another, the trees appear clear but the buck... Well the buck is gone like Jeffrey Epstein's freedom. But not so with the LRF because it's always in focus for your eyes. Why this system isn't more popular is one of the sporting world's great mysteries. And then there's the integrated rangefinder. If I had all the times back where I saw a deer, decided to shoot it, then used my rangefinder only to see it run off before I could drop the rangefinder and find my rifle or bow, then I would have killed a bushel of big bucks and likely be more famous than Jim Shockey's daughter. But nope, those bucks ran off only to get whacked by the Pennsylvanian with the Remington model 7600 just across my fence. The point is, with the LRF, you simply raise the bino, punch the button for the range then shoot the deer. Plus, as I write this from a deer stand while surfing the web and not looking for deer, I realize I have forgotten my rangefinder. But that's OK! There's a better one in my LRF that's around my neck. The unit is compact, waterproof, clear, bright and accurate. It's my favorite piece of must-have gear for all hunting and shooting. Is it expensive? Sure, but when you factor the cost of a comparable bino (1200-1500) and a top end rangefinder (400-600) it makes a ton of sense. Indeed, for the joy it gives me to leave one peice of gear behind by consolidation, it's a bargain. That's just my. 02. Happy Hunting.
Date published: 2020-11-12
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I have steiner binocular 10 x 30 LRF 1700 and I want by cups Cylindrical how can I get it ?

Asked by: marzoq
www.steinerpartsdirect.com
Answered by: Steiner Tech Support
Date published: 2020-12-01

Do these automatically compensate for angle? Or just line of sight?

Asked by: Aaronn
The LRF 1700 is just line of sight.
Answered by: Steiner Technical Support
Date published: 2023-11-13
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