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STEINER NAVIGATOR PRO with or without compass

The Navigator Series possesses all the characteristics that a professional marine binocular needs. It is not only extremely rugged and guaranteed to be water-pressure proof down to a depth of 2 meters.
World market leader STEINER has developed the Navigator Series for all professional sailors, leisure skippers as well as crew members.

It is equipped with STEINER High-Contrast-Optics. This ensures brightest, crispy clear images in low light and maximum high-contrast in bright sunlight conditions or rough weather.
With the added comfort of the STEINER Sports-Auto-Focus.

The shock-absorbing Makrolon fibre reinforced polycarbonate body with slip-proof tough rubber armour makes the Navigator a reliable companion.
The nitrogen pressure filling by a two-way-valve technology for a fog-free performance round out the excellent performance.

The well-proven NAVIGATOR PRO 7x50 is available with illuminated compass or without.
The further developed lightweight NAVIGATOR PRO 7x30 is a very compact design with very good optical features. Available also with or without compass.

Product features:
- "compass"-models with HD-stabilized Precision Compass
- High-Contrast-Optics
- Sports-Auto-Focus
- Eyecups cylindric-soft
- Nitrogen pressure filling via 2-way-valve technology
- Water pressure proof up to 2 m
- SEBS Professional rubber armouring
- Extreme ruggedness
- Floating Prism Mounting
- Floating strap
- All models are supplied in a bag/custody and have an ample supply of standard accessories, e.g. objective covers and carrying straps.

Article-No. model compass magnification lens diametre mm net EUR / pc gross EUR / pc quantity
3700-635 7x50no750 335.29  399.00 
3700-135 7x50Cyes750 419.33  499.00 
3700-625 7x30no730 251.26  299.00 
3700-145 7x30Cyes730 360.50  429.00 
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Suitable Items

We also recommend the following suitable item(s) as a supplement:

Floating Strap for STEINER binoculars

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