Tripod and adapter for oberwerks 11 x 70
For a tripod, try the Bushnell 784030. Does not have a quick release plate, so you will have to thread and unthread the adapter from the tripod each time you use it, but the Bushnell tripod is metal with a metal head. Going any cheaper gets you a tripod with a plastic head.
You could get the same tripod as the Bushnell 784030, but with the QR plate in the Bushnell 784040.
QR plates do make for a more convenient setup if you plan to take the bino on and off the tripod a lot, but if all you plan to do is leave the bino on the tripod, you could make a case for a tripod with no QR plate, since QR plate setups usually induce a little bit of slop in the head. Without a QR plate, you typically get a slightly tighter connection, though with an 11x70, not enough weight to be a serious factor, one way or the other. On the ohter hand, the weight of a 25x100 will make any slop in the setup a very serious issue.
A digi tripod is always too light and small for use with a large binocular. Digi tripods are designed for use with small digital point and shoot cameras, no more. Stay with the Bushnell, the Vortex Pro or similar