This month, TEN randomly selected Cairn subscribers will win a set of Steiner BluHorizons 10x26 Binoculars (a $229.99 value)! BluHorizons are the world's first sunlight adaptive binoculars, giving you the best view in any lighting situation.

Light conditions change from early dawn to high noon, challenging the view through binoculars with low light and harsh glares. Steiner introduced the new BluHorizons Series, the first sunlight adaptive binocular for all light conditions. The exclusive Autobright™ sunlight adaptive lens technology automatically adjusts brightness for the best view in any lighting situation. Whether the sun is just below the horizon, shining brightly directly overhead, or bouncing off water or snow at all angles, BluHorizons are engineered to gather the right amount of light and reduce glare for optimum viewing.

These binoculars are also designed to be easy to hold and fast to focus. Textured armoring provides a sure grip while you dial in sharp images with the Fast-Close-Focus™ system. Ergonomic eyecups protect your eyes from side light, glare and wind for more comfortable viewing. BluHorizons are sealed, waterproof, and extremely rugged. 

For 70 years, Steiner has made trusted optics for life’s defining moments.  Their legendary quality and durability starts with world-class German engineering. Their state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities are located in Bayreuth, Germany and Greeley, Colorado, USA. During manufacturing, they employ more than 460 high-precision manufacturing and inspection steps to ensure the highest quality product every time. They fully stand behind their products, that’s why they are backed by the Steiner Heritage Warranty for the lifetime of the product. 

 

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How to Participate

Active Cairn subscribers are automatically entered to win! For official rules, click here.

What to Look For

A special Adventure Upgrade box with a "You've Won" announcement inside!

How to Redeem

Take a picture of yourself with the "You've Won" announcement and tag us on social media.