Celestron PowerSeeker 80EQ Telescope

SKU: 66448076


The Celestron PowerSeeker 80EQ is designed to give the perfect combination of quality, value, features and power. With its refractor design and large 80mm aperture, it's a great way to open up the wonders of the Universe to the aspiring astronomer. The German equatorial mount and tripod included with this telescope is best suited for astronomical use, however, can be used for terrestrial viewing. This mount contains setting circles and slow motion cables which make it easier to locate and track astronomical objects. The two included eyepieces allow for 45x and 225x magnification, which can be increased three fold with the 3x barlow lens, also included in the box.

Amateur astronomy is a great family hobby that can be enjoyed all year round. The PowerSeeker series is an easy to set up telescope with no tools required, allowing for the user to easily begin to enjoy the wonders of the Universe.

    • Mount: Equatorial
    • Aperture: 80mm
    • Tripod: Aluminium
    • Finderscope: 5x24
    • Barlow Lens: 3x
    • Light Gathering Power (vs. Human Eye): 131x
    • Eyepiece 2: 4mm; Magnification: 225x
    • Eyepiece 1: 20mm; Magnification: 45x
    • Focal Ratio: F/11
    • Focal Length: 900mm
    • Optical Design: Refractor
    • Complete with The Sky CD software
    • Includes 2 eyepieces (20mm, 45x and 4mm, 225x)
    • Two slow motion cables for steady control
    • 5# counterweight with counterweight bar to ensure smooth movement in both axes
    • 90° star diagonal allows the eyepiece to be inserted at 90° to the telescope for easier viewing - a side effect means the image is mirrored left to right.
    • Quick and easy setup - no tools required
    • Features:
    • User Manual
    • Assembly Instructions

Mount Equatorial
Tripod Aluminium
Finderscope 5x24
Barlow Lens 3x
Light Gathering Power (vs. Human Eye) 131x
Focal Ratio F/11
Focal Length 900mm
Optical Design Refractor
Type Telescope
Brand Celestron
Aperture 80mm
Magnification 45x / 225x

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