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Gskyer Telescope, 70mm Aperture 400mm AZ Mount Astronomical Refracting Telescope for Kids Beginners - Travel Telescope with Carry Bag, Phone Adapter and Wireless Remote

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Features

  • Quality Optics: 400mm(f/5.7) focal length and 70mm aperture, fully coated optics glass lens with high transmission coatings creates stunning images and protect your eyes. Perfect telescope for astronomers to explore stars and moon.
  • Magnification: Come with two replaceable eyepieces and one 3x Barlow lens.3x Barlow lens trebles the magnifying power of each eyepiece. 5x24 finder scope with mounting bracket and cross-hair lines inside make locating objects easily.
  • Wireless Remote: Free includes one smart phone adapter and one Wireless camera remote to explore the nature of the world easily through the screen and take amazing celestial images.
  • Adjustable Tripod: This telescope allows for many different viewing positions with a adjustable aluminum alloy tripod and a carry bag, the telescope and tripod can fit inside the bag for easy traveling and storage.
  • Satisfaction: TWO-YEAR warranty. And technical support from our team of experts in 24 hours.

Description

Gskyer 70mm Astronomical Refractor Telescope This 70x400mm refractor telescope can be a good observation of celestial bodies and terrestrial objects - best for viewing lunar and planetary. Featuring all coated glass optical components, the travel telescope provides clean, crisp views. Developed with the traveler in mind, this travel telescope features a compact and portable design perfect for the on-the-go sky gazer. Specification: ● Type: Refractor ● Objective Lens: 70mm(2.75") ● Focal Length: 400mm(f/5.7) ● Mount: Altazimuth ● Eyepiece: Low: 25mm(16X), High:10mm(40X) ● Barlow lens: 3X ● Max Magnification: 120X ● Finderscope: 5×24 with cross-hair lines ● Zenith Mirrors: 48°Erecting BAK4 prism ● Tripod: 65cm(31.5") height adjustable Aluminum tripod Warm Tips: ●If it shows a blurred picture, please adjust focus using focus wheel. ●When observing an outdoor target with an astronomical telescope indoors, do not close the window to avoid the deformation of the image caused by the reflection of the window glass. ●Use a telescope outdoors, please wait for the temperature of the product is the same as the outdoor temperature, the performance will be better. ●Avoid accidentally taking the telescope into a larger temperature difference environment because the moisture in the air will condense on the objective.


Product Dimensions: 24.8 x 4.92 x 8.46 inches


Item Weight: 5.64 pounds


Item model number: AZ 70400


Date First Available: November 19, 2019


Manufacturer: Gskyer


Country of Origin: China


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Top Amazon Reviews


  • Aperture matters more than magnification
I bought this knowing nothing about telescopes and not knowing what I could expect to see through this thing. Now I know more, I think this is a decent value, but it comes with A LOT of cons. In telescopes, the aperture size matters much more than magnification. The bigger the aperture, the better the image will be. This is a 70mm aperture (2.75 inches), which is about as small as you can get. It's typical for an "entry-level" telescope, and a decent value for the money if you want to get into stargazing without dropping 500 bucks or more on a bigger scope. However, if I could do it over again, I would've spent more and gone with a better one. First, as with all beginner telescopes, it is actually much harder to use than a more intermediate level one. This is something well-known in the amateur astronomy group I've joined, and they never, EVER recommend buying a beginner telescope, ESPECIALLY for kids. Because most kids like looking AT stuff more than looking FOR it. And with this telescope, far more time is spent hunting for objects than actually looking at them. My kid doesn't have the patience or attention span for that, but I rather enjoy the challenge, so I do it. Which brings me to the next problem. This is made for kids. As such, the stand is very short. Which means that all the time you spend hunting for things, you'll having to be hunched over, crouched down, or kneeling on the ground. And if you live in a place with a lot of light pollution, you won't be able to see much more than stars, the Moon, or the brightest planets. Even Mars is difficult to see through this telescope, and you can't make out any detail whatsoever on the surface. You can make out SOME faint detail on Jupiter, especially if you go away from light pollution on a clear, moonless night. And you can just make out Saturn's rings. Venus, on the other hand, is very easy to see. Especially now, near the end of April 2020, it is the brightest it'll be all year, so we've been looking at it every night. It's too bright, even at its dimmest, to make out any detail, but you can see what phase it's in. Galaxies, most nebulas, and many star clusters are beyond the ability of this telescope, but that being said, I was able to see a planetary nebula called The Ghost of Jupiter last night. For perspective, I've had a few weeks of use and practice, and feel comfortable with the telescope, and have a number of apps, charts, and star maps to help me find things, and it STILL took over an hour for me to finally find it, put it close enough to the center of my field of view to use with max magnification, and put it in focus. And even then, it looked like a hazy, bluish star. We couldn't make out any detail or the distinctive eye-shape that can be seen with even slightly larger scopes. Still, it was cool and the kid loved it. I consider it worth the effort, but my back is killing me today. Don't get me wrong, for an entry-level telescope, this is good. It'll serve our needs while we save up for an upgrade. But, like all entry-level telescopes, this is harder to use and not powerful enough to see much. All the time required to hunt for things, for what many may consider a disappointing result, could potentially end up killing a kid's enthusiasm. If you absolutely MUST get an entry-level telescope, this is a good choice. But if at all possible, save up and get a larger aperture. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on April 23, 2020 by jen86

  • Good first telescope for novice
This is an easy to assemble, decent grade of telescope. My family has been enjoying it. It is not heavy duty, so we are very careful with it. Fun to explore the night sky and easy tripod action makes it easy to use on a table or on the ground. My biggest annoyance is the clip to use your camera on the eyepiece is not very user friendly. It it awkward to attach and difficult to get positioned correctly. All in all, happy with the purchase. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on August 30, 2022 by Katie B

  • Beautiful
Now at first I thought it was broken or I didn't assemble it properly as I kept looking out and it was just pitch black. But then I removed the Barlow lens and just used the regular 10mm one and found something like a star or moon and adjusted the telescope to focus on it. I then removed and fixed the Barlow lens in front of the other lens and bam! There was the moon, you can even spot a detail or two. I'm yet to explore this with the phone but so far, I'm sold! ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on September 1, 2022 by Kris Krisendat

  • Patience
Im happy with the scope. This pic of Jupiter and 3 of its moons is a 10MM lens with my Galaxy S20+ taking a picture (64MP) zoomed 3X. I haven't been able to figure out getting the 3X that comes with the scope to focus. Practice.
Reviewed in the United States on September 8, 2022 by Jesse

  • Love it
Always wanted to tell the Skype I could never afford one until I found this wonderful deal. It is wonderful quality the value is amazing. One of the best investments I've ever made absolutely love it.
Reviewed in the United States on September 25, 2022 by Colleen Queen

  • For kids
Its decent for kids
Reviewed in the United States on September 27, 2022 by Amazon Customer

  • Good quality, Great for kids & adults!
Easy to use, sharp focus and fun. Comes with a very nice storage bag and seems to be well made! My son got it for his 8th birthday and loves using it.
Reviewed in the United States on September 25, 2022 by Zapata McCaffery

  • Good telescope
Good telescope
Reviewed in the United States on September 25, 2022 by stephan47711

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