Saxon 607 AZ Beginners Telescope

Saxon 607 AZ Beginners Telescope

$262.66

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Product Description

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One of the most popular beginner’s telescopes on the market, it combines durability with the efficiency of much larger refractor telescopes.

The Saxon 607AZ Refractor Telescope is a compact telescope perfect for observing bright objects with detail. It is a lightweight but sturdy telescope, making it easy to transport.

Great for Beginners
It’s relatively inexpensive and yet offers great views of the night sky and planets. Ideal for younger users or anyone keen on starting astronomy. It is also well suited to suited for terrestrial viewing.

Easy to Operate
It has an AZ2 mount with slow motion control of vertical/horizontal axis and a 90° Erecting Prism which is ideal for night sky use to avoid a strained neck.

Accessories Included
This telescope comes with a 5×24 finderscope to help to focus on sky objects, three 1.25″ eyepieces (4mm, 12.5mm and 25mm) that allow you to change the magnification and field of view. It is completed with a sturdy aluminium tripod which features a convenient accessory tray for placing all your eyepieces and accessories.

Recommended Usage – General Purpose

*5 Years limited warranty covered by SAXON*

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Specifications

OPTICAL DESIGN Refractor
APERTURE 60mm
LOWEST PRACTICAL POWER No
HIGHEST PRACTICAL POWER 120x
FOCAL LENGTH 700mm
FOCAL RATIO F/11.7
EYEPIECES H25, H12.5 and SR4
FINDERSCOPE 5×24
BARLOW LENS No
DIAGONAL 1.25″ 45° Erect Image Diagonal
MOUNT TYPE Alt-Azimuth
TRIPOD Aluminium
OPTICAL TUBE DIMENSIONS 7cm x 66.5cm
OPTICAL TUBE WEIGHT 1.45kg
SHIPPING DIMENSIONS 76 x 26 x 18cm3
SHIPPING WEIGHT 3.6kg
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