Steiner Introduce Their New Shadowquest Binoculars

Steiner Shadowquest Binoculars
Steiner Shadowquest Binoculars

GREELEY, Colo. -(Ammoland.com)- Steiner’s new ShadowQuest binoculars represent the next evolutionary step in low-light binoculars.

With over 96 percent light transmission, ShadowQuest binoculars are the industry’s best light-gathering optics and will give hunters an almost unfair advantage.

The ShadowQuest Porro prism binoculars are offered in 8x and 10x and with Steiner’s proprietary Diamond Night lens coating formula, which provides unsurpassed clarity in low light to add critical minutes to your hunt.

ShadowQuest binoculars also feature the new Steiner Lumiclip that glows with just enough light to help hunters easily locate binoculars in the dark.

ShadowQuest binoculars also have a wide field of view and feature the Sports-Auto-Focus, which allows the binoculars to be used with one hand and always remain in focus once the eyepieces are set. Built with military ruggedness, ShadowQuest binoculars are submersible to 16 feet and will perform in the toughest conditions.

  8x5610x56
Model:2039 2047
Height:8.3 in. 8.27 in.
Width:7.8 in8.2 in.
Weight:38.45 oz. 40.6 oz.
F.O.V. (1,000 yards): 441 ft. 330 ft.
MSRP: $1,089.99$1,149.99

The new ShadowQuest was recently awarded Petersen’s Hunting Editor’s Choice Award for its performance and innovation.

As with all Steiner optics, ShadowQuest Series binoculars are covered by the industry-leading Steiner Heritage Warranty – Steiner’s promise of the highest standards of quality, dependability and customer satisfaction.

About Steiner:

For 70 years, Steiner has made trusted optics for life’s defining moments. The successful pursuit and capture of these moments demand 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 products enhance an individual's most important sense, vision, so that on land or sea –– Nothing Escapes You.

For more information, visit the company website.

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    P-L-E-A-S-E show me what the Hell a Steiner 8X56 “lumiclip” is? Is it those two little white colored push-pin lookin’ things that you packaged in a separate little zip lock? Is the “lumi-clip” already ATTACHED to the binocular itself? You should have published an illustration of a “lumi-clip.” I don’t know what the Hell you’re talking about. So, to re-iterate: What is a “lumiclip,” what does it look like? and where is it located? If it’s outside of the body of the binocular, how do I attach it to the binocular? Please help me out. I lose things all the… Read more »

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    P-L-E-A-S-E show me what the Hell a Steiner 8X56 “lumiclip” is? Is it those two little white colored push-pin lookin’ things that you packaged in a separate little zip lock? Is the “lumi-clip” already ATTACHED to the binocular itself? You should have published an illustration of a “lumi-clip.” I don’t know what the Hell you’re talking about. So, to re-iterate: What is a “lumiclip,” what does it look like? and where is it located? If it’s outside of the body of the binocular, how do I attach it to the binocular? Please help me out. I lose things all the… Read more »