The new MeoStar® 10x42 HD binocular received the highest honor of “Editors Choice” against an elite field of competing binocular models from Swarovski, Leica, Zeiss and others.
“If status and brand are important to you, then plunk down $2,000 for a high-end European binocular, but if you want performance and durability on par with the best Austrian optics, then spend half that amount for this Czech powerhouse,” stated OutdoorLife in an excerpt from the June/July edition magazine test.
This year, OutdoorLife’s optics editor and a panel of hunters and optics experts assembled in Montana to evaluate the newest sports optics offerings for its annual gear test. Each entry is awarded an objective letter grade for overall optical quality, low-light capability, mechanical design and ergonomics in addition to rigorous scrutiny by the expert judges. OutdoorLife magazine presents its “Editor’s Choice” award to the optic with the highest overall score and Meopta’s newest binocular – the MeoStar® 10x42 HD – took top honors with four stars overall and A+ in optical performance. See more details http://www.brandonoptics.com/Meopta-10x42-Meostar-B1-HD-Binocular--Outdoor-Lifes-Editors-Choice-Award-and-Field-Streams-Best-of-the-Best-Award_p_1455.html
Probably the hardest part about trying to decide to buy Meopta binoculars is the fact that you might want them all. If you’re a show-off, then you probably might. But, for the rest of us, we’re limited to the one buy that is hopefully our lifetime purchase.
If you’re looking for the most affordable binocular in this review, it’s the around $800 MeoPro 10X42. Hunters of all skill levels will be able to use this baby with ease. Although for around $800, this mightn’t be the gift for your rookie son.
Another excellent option is the ergonomic and lighter-weight MeoStar 10X32 binocular. Although the objective lens size is the smallest of the lot, it’s lighter and much nicer on the wrists after long periods of time scoping out the hunting terrain.
It’s a user-friendly device, but for around $1000 on this sweet thing, you might want to reserve its use for skilled hands.
If you want a binocular that you’re going to be spending more time with than your own spouse, whether you’re bathing in the rays of the sun or lounging under the romantic glittering of the night sky, then the $1200(approx) MeoStar 10X42 HD is the optic for you. Zero eyestrain – ever.
More experienced binocular users will get the best use out of it since they’ll appreciate the quality craftsmanship put into its making. This is my top pick for today’s most recommended Meopta binocular.
But, if you’re a night owl or an early morning hunter, then you’re definitely going to want to check out the almost $1400 MeoStar 15X56 HD binocular. For all the premium features it has and its low light potential, this is a great buy.
Meopta is and has been an authority in the optics market since its deep roots lodged itself into the fertile ground of the optics-obsessed era of the 1930s. Since then, they’ve been the best-kept secret that only the military utilized.
Now, Meopta has used their history and world-leading technology to bring it to the civilian-hunter for a pristine, crystal clear, and very rewarding visual experience. If you decide to give them a try, it will be well worth it.
Reference Link: https://www.targettamers.com/optics/binoculars/meopta-binos/#meostar-b1-15x56-hd