Steiner has a long history of manufacturing top of the line binoculars for hunters, birders and nature lovers.
Steiner Binoculars feature high quality glass and special optical coatings for the clearest image possible. Steiner Optics innovated many of the features found in binoculars today, including rubber armoring, an integrated compass, optical coatings to protect against UV radiation and more. Steiner has grown to now employ over 300 people, and their products are available in over 45 countries. Their focus on new and better technology has sustained Steiner throughout their history. Our in house product specialists are available to answer all your questions about which Steiner optic is best suited to satisfy your needs.
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Karl Steiner founded Steiner in 1947, and though the post war economy was harsh in Germany at the time, the quality of his work enable the optics company to grow from a one man operation to a factory with over 50 employees in less than 6 years. From the beginning, the Steiner-Optik company was primarily a binocular manufacturer, and it didn't take very long for their glass to become the standard by which other binoculars would be measured. Steiner Optics was always a family company, and in 1973 Karl retired and let his son Carl take over the business. Carl inherited his father's innovative spirit and immediately began developing new technologies and lines of Steiner Optic binoculars, including the
Predator series, which incorporates a special lens to help give contrast to animals against a wooded background. These innovations, along with the lightweight but durable design of all Steiner optics has made them a favorite for outdoor enthusiasts throughout the world for over 60 years.