Question about Steiner Commander V: Binocular w/ Compass
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Steiner Commander Compass
I would contact Steiner. The Commander has a 30 year warranty. Unless there has been some damage caused by you it shouldn;t have leaked. To remove the compass would compromise the seal between it and the body. The body is nitrogen filled and the gas will escape. It's not a home repair job and needs to be sent to the company.
To get your year of manufacture look between both barrels at the front. The disc on the hinge pin will have a number. If it is a ten digit number. The first and third digits will give the year eg: 908245 etc is 98 or 1998.
If it is a five or seven digit number then it is the first two numbers eg 97123 is 97 or 1997.
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
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