Steiner 20x80 Observer Binoculars ??????

hntnnut

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I was thinking about getting rid of my spotting scope and get a pair of these. anyone familiar with these or ones like it opinions/ coments? Ya'll think it would be a worthwhile investment, or should I just stick with a spotting scope?
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Scouted sheep this weekend!

Used these exact binos!

Very clear. no eye strain. Definitely getting these and using more than scope!

Scope is still nice to get in close!!!

 

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Scouted sheep this weekend!

Used these exact binos!

Very clear. no eye strain. Definitely getting these and using more than scope!

Scope is still nice to get in close!!!


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Im not familiar with those but I bought some new binos last season, and while doing some research I ran across a few complaints of the Steiners fogging up.

Good luck!
 

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I have the same ones, and they are a great buy for the money. I got mine thru sierraoutfitters.com for about $550.00.
Very clear right out to the edges and they do not fog up. A bit heavy, but I don't carry them while backpack hunting, then I use my spotting scope. The best thing about using big binos like this, is you have both eyes open the whole time so no eye strain at all. I use them mainly when scouting areas out and if I'm hunting near the truck.
 


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