Gear: The new Steiner Navigator series

2342 Navigator

Nov 25, 2021

The new Navigator Binoculars take Steiner’s marine series to the next level with innovative product features: The new open-hinge design reduces weight and enhances handling. Steiner’s poro-prism system offers auto-focus which keeps everything from your boat deck to the horizon crystal clear. The floating neck strap, and water pressure proof design continue Steiner’s legacy for sea worthy durability. Watch the video to see it in action.

Navigators are available in 7×30 & 7×50 both with and without compass.

With a 50 mm objective diameter and 7x magnification, the Navigator provides a calm view even in rough seas and guarantees a bright image with excellent contrasts and sharpness of detail even in the darkness.

The Steiner Auto-Focus always guarantees sharp images even while handling the product with one hand.

Optical Performance

Magnification: 7x

50 mm objectives allow visibility in low lighting conditions


Field of View at 1000 m: ≥ 128 m

Exit Pupil: 7.14 mm

Waterproof up to 5 m

Weight: 1,040 g

Warranty: 10 years

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