20 Most Recent Steiner Commander XP (7x50) Binocular Questions & Answers


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Steiner... | Answered on Apr 06, 2013


Your local apothecary, one would assume

Steiner Optics | Answered on Jun 25, 2017


There should be a label near one of the oculars that shows something like 7x50, which would mean the power is 7x and the objective lens is 50mm. You would have to contact the manufacturer to ask questions with respec to serial number.

Steiner Optics | Answered on Jan 22, 2015


been repairing binos for 40 years...the cost to recollimate is about $35.00 for a standard bino.plus $20.00 for shipping. so if its a toy or a cheap bino buy another one..if it is a zeiss or leitz it could cost $100.00 to recollimate...hope this helps...larry@reichinstruments

Steiner Optics | Answered on Mar 11, 2011


You have a very high quality pair of binoculars and you're doing exactly the right thing in seeking a professional repair.

If you click here you'll be taken to the Steiner Service Center website for the USA. They state a turnaround time of about 2-3 weeks and you may find that the repair is covered under warranty.

I hope you manage to use this information to get your binoculars fixed quickly. Please take a moment to rate the free answer I have provided for you and any testimonial which you might wish to add is always welcome. Happy hunting!

Steiner Optics | Answered on Oct 02, 2010


I also have a Tasco telescope model 49060700 and I could not figure out for the life of me how to replace the battery in the finderscope. After Googling it and then finally getting frustrated and taking it apart I found the battery! Then I found out of course I did need to take it apart! As you can see by the picture on the side of the finderscope you see where it says PUSH. On the other side it says BATTERY. Now when you're looking and feeling of this on the scope you cannot tell that it's not part of the design on the plastic. I'm thinking push what? Well when I tore into its all the location of the battery then I figured it out. I put pressure on where it says push and the little battery compartment started to slide out toward the other side of the scope. I use the little enclosed screwdriver to use pressure to push it on through. I hope this helps anyone who searches for how to replace the battery. Maybe it was obvious to some people but it wasn't obvious to me! It is a lithium CR2032 3 volt battery.
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