Zeiss Wins the 2013 Triple Crown of Binoculars

Oct 28, 2013 • NewsNo Comments

Zeiss triple crown awards featured

Horses aren’t the only thing winning triple crowns. Enter the newly-inaugurated king of binoculars: Zeiss.

Three binoculars, three big awards. Zeiss has done it again – further cementing their status as some of the clearest and best binoculars you can pick up. If you’re like me and are always on the lookout for a good set of binos, you’ll want to check out these awards.


The Zeiss Victory HT 10×42 Binocular is a big hit.

The full-size Victory HT 10×42 and mid-size Conquest HD 8×32 binoculars each one the Outdoor Life Editor’s Choice Awards. It’s easy to see why. The Victory HT is a standard in large-size binoculars, giving a stunning light transmission rate of 95%. Intuitive and comfortable, the Victory HT is lightweight, strong, and ready for all facets of outdoor life.


For more compact viewing, pick up the Zeiss Conquest HD 8×32.


The more compact Conquest HD Binoculars from Zeiss are for those of us who need a smaller binocular package while still maintaining premium optics. These lightweight binoculars provide an HD lens system that gives you every bit of color reproduction you could ask for. Ergonomically speaking, they fit well in most any hands, and will serve on hunts and birdwatching for years to come.


The Zeiss Terra ED line wins big with Field & Stream.

Finally, the Zeiss Terra ED Binoculars won the Field & Stream Best of the Best award. That pretty much speaks for itself – if you’re looking for an 8×42 binocular (an extremely versatile size and magnification), you can’t do any better. The Terra ED is built for medium- to long-range viewing, and can even be used to observe within 5.25 feet. The binocular feels natural in your hands, and is easy to focus. Simply put: it’s the best.

Zeiss’s stunning triple victory just goes to show that you can’t beat their quality. I’d be proud to add any one of these binoculars to my kit – though I’d like to have all three. Which one is your favorite? Be sure to tell us in the comment section!

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