Celestron PowerSeeker 127EQ Telescope
Low-cost Introductory Telescope
It was never so easy and interesting to gaze into the galaxy as this telescope has now made it to be. Astronomy is quite an intriguing science and if you wish to introduce someone to it, then gift them the Celestron Powerseeker 127eq. It is a low priced introductory telescope that gives beginners an ideal tool to play around with and get acquainted with the skies. It's compact and lightweight and can easily be carried in a backpack. At the same time, the Celestron Powerseeker 127eq Telescope has enough scope to keep you hooked to the celestial bodies.
No Tool Setup
Simply place the Celestron 127eq Powerseeker Telescope at a convenient location and enjoy instant star gazing minus any setup! The Celestron 127eq Telescope contains a fine set of optical components for a spectacular performance. It has a sturdy equatorial mount that helps track objects in the celestial sphere. Also included are two eyepieces; one is a 20 mm eyepiece that offers 50x magnification while the other is a 4 mm eyepiece that offers 250x magnification. Add a 3x Barlow lens to this and you have an exceptional magnification of 750 mm.
Crystal Clear Visuals
While most beginner telescopes only offer very basic visuals, the Celestron 127eq Powerseeker offers high quality visuals that are bright and sharp. Thanks to the all-glass optical components, you will be able to see to the tiniest details of the celestial objects. High-transmission coating further enhance brightness and clarity. Night viewing requires the telescope to gather as much light as possible to improvise the visuals. The Celestron Powerseeker Telescope has a wide aperture that makes this possible. It may be popular as a beginner's telescope, but the Powerseeker 127eq Telescope will keep you occupied for a long time.
|Item Weight||9.71 Kg|
|Product Dimensions||83.8 x 43.2 x 27.9 cm|
|Item model number||21049|
|Included Components||Powerseeker 127Eq Telescope;Finderscope;2-Eyepeice 20 Mm;4 Mm;1-Eyepeice 20Mm;Aluminum Tripod;Theskyx - First Light Edition Astronomy Software|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Has Image Stabilization||No|
|Magnification Minimum||18 X|