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Styrka S5 Series Binoculars – Updated for 2020

Styrka S5 Binoculars are full of features designed to enhance hunting experience.

SXL-MAX FULLY MULTI-COATED OPTICS GROUP

All lens surfaces are coated multiple times utilizing our proprietary SXL-MAX anti-reflective flat broadband coatings for maximum brightness and optimal color, sharpness and image contrast while maximizing transmission across the entire visible light spectrum for true-to-nature color representation.

PHASE AND DIELECTRIC COATED BAK-4 PRISMS

Advanced coatings dramatically increase light transmission through the prism system for bright, high-contrast images with better resolution, superior clarity and precise detail.

100% WATERPROOF

Fully sealed housing for performance in all conditions; submersion tested for 30 minutes in 1 meter (3.3 feet) of water.

NITROGEN PURGED

Internal housing is purged of air and filled with nitrogen gas to prevent internal fogging.


RUBBER ARMOR

Provides tough, durable external protection and a secure no-slip grip.


TWIST-UP EYECUPS

Twist up or down for a custom fit to your eye, with or without eyeglasses.

TRIPOD ADAPTABLE

Compatible with standard tripod adapters; use on a tripod or car window mount.

Styrka S5 Series Binoculars Specs

  • Magnification: 10x
  • Objective Lens Diameter: 42mm
  • Lens Coatings: Fully Multi-Coated – STYRKA SXL-MAX Coating
  • Angular Field of View: 6.0°
  • Linear Field of View: 315ft/105m@1000yds/m
  • Close Focus: 8.2ft / 2.5m
  • Eye Relief: 16.0mm
  • Exit Pupil: 4.2mm
  • Prism Type: BaK-4
  • Prism Coatings: Phase and Dielectric
  • Waterproof: Waterproof (IPX7) and Nitrogen Purged
  • Relative Brightness: 17.6
  • Twilight Factor: 20.5
  • Interpupillary Distance: 58-72mm
  • Diopter ADJ Range: ±4
  • Weight: 22.4 oz
  • Size (LxWxH): 5.56x5.06x2.13

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