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Steiner Predator 10x42 Laser Rangefinding Binoculars 2057

SKU 2057-Steiner

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With the Predator series binoculars, Steiner adds Predator diamond coating - a proprietary Steiner technology that generates superior light transmission and high contrast imaging. All this in a compact, lightweight design that provides the military ruggedness and durability you expect from Steiner.


  • HD Glass
  • Fast-Close-Focus&trad;
  • Laser Texture Grip
  • Predator Diamond Coating
  • Lightweight Design
  • Waterproof & Fogproof
  • Ranging Distance: 5.5 yards – 1969 yard

The Steiner Heritage Warranty means we stand behind our products. Over half a century of building rugged and reliable products for armed forces around the world gives us this confidence. We will repair or replace your product at no charge to you. It covers all riflescopes and binoculars sold in the US and Canada for the life of the product. See full warranty details at www.steiner-optics.com/product-warranties.


  • Item ConditionNew
  • Weight:35.8 oz
  • Dimensions:6.85' x 5.4' x 2'
  • Field of View:344' @ 1,000 yds
  • Exit Pupil:4.2mm
  • Twilight Factor:20.49
  • Range:10x
  • Close Focus Range:16.4 feet
  • Objective Diameter42mm
  • Measurement UnitsYards
  • Battery TypeCR2
  • Product TypeRangefinding Binocular
  • UPC840229105649
  • MPN2057

Customer Reviews

Average Rating
September 25, 2022

I have been waiting for about a year to find something affordable, that I thought looked nice. Luckily I stumbled upon these at the right price. I am more than thrilled with the quality. The binoculars are sleek, not bulky, a fair weight, nice to grip, and very comfortable to use. The glass is extremely clear and work well in low light. The rubber on the eyes is very soft and comfortable. The rangefinder works great. I was afraid the illumination would be too much, but the power settings allowed my to dim it to my liking. It ranges fast and accurate and has been extremely consistent. I have used it through a fence and trees and was able to get a good, consistent reading every time. Focus is easy enough that I could use it with just one hand. If you can pick these up at the right price, I think they are probably the best in their class. I have compared them to the Vortex lineup and would stick with these every time

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October 25, 2023

My first worry about LRF Binos was real low light performance due to their inherent nature to have a "tint" to the image. The optical clarity on these is so great that I can actually see images in the binos at dusk and dawn that I cannot distinguish with my naked eye, so fear not about lowlight performance because these are impressive. As far as ranging, I ranged a tree line at a little over 800 yards, and a building at over 1100, haven't really had a further picture to be able to test out longer. The tricky part is I bought these to assist with my bow hunting as well, and at close range (inside of 30yds) it can be tricky to get a range, depending on the color of the object (the brown of my 3d target causes issues sometimes) but a simple work around for this is I range the ground right under it, and it grabs close ranges just fine. Again, outside of 30yds it performs as described. The controls and functions are pretty simple and intuitive. There’s 4 modes to operate in, biased to far object, biased to near object, inclimate weather, and LOS (line of sight) distance. The first three modes will automatically adjust the range based on shooters rule and display both the LOS distance and the corrected distance. The biased far mode is convenient if you are trying to range something through brush or twigs, the biased close works good if you are having trouble holding steady on something standing out in the open. The LOS mode will give you line of sight distance, along with the angle to the target. I haven't tested in the rain but did pull good accurate distances in the fog (out to 150 or so, but that was as far as I could see). The rubber eye pieces fold down for easy used with a bino harness. and the strap and front lens covers are very good quality. The rear lens covers are a bit big and bulky, so I don't use them, but to each their own. I didn't want an overly complicated rangefinder with ballistic solvers as I shoot enough long range to know my dope given the range and angle. The only thing I would change about these given the opportunity is I would prefer a slightly thinner reticle, with a narrower focus or small dot in the middle. I hope this helps in your decision making.

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