Barska 675 Power Starwatcher Telescope
The Starwatcher is an entry-level telescope that delivers awe-inspiring images of the stars. The high power design and glass coated optics provide bright and crisp visuals, while the interchangeable eyepieces feature a 3x Barlow lens for even greater power. The Barska® 675 Power Starwatcher Telescope comes complete with a red dot finderscope, astronomy software, aluminum tripod and eyepieces.
- 675 power solid refractor telescope
- Glass coated optics for brighter images
- Interchangeable eyepieces with a 3x Barlow lens
- Rotating eyepiece for variable viewing positions
- Equatorial mount with setting circles and dual slow motion adjustment cables
- Includes astronomy software, aluminum tripod, eyepieces and red dot finderscope
- Manufacturer's Limited Lifetime Warranty (telescope), One Year Limited Lifetime Warranty (finderscope)
- Model: AE10758
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 44101316
Rated 3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Banjo Dont let the other reviews sway you' Go on youtube and look up how to use a reflector telescope. To use, point to the sky, focus, and look. Newtonian Telescopes have been the same since 1672. Point the 'scope at the north star, then adjust the spotting scope to see the same star. Thats it. just like boresighting a rifle. It's not going to magically work for you because its expensive. Actually, its not expensive, and it IS a beginner 'scope. Expensive is $6,500.00, not $179.99 Its not the manufacturers job to teach you astronomy, they provide the tool, its up to YOU to learn how to use it. March 11, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by kas9214 Not for the beginner. This telescope is not for a beginner. It does not have clear instructions on several points of assembly. It is difficult to use. If you are a new stargazer or just looking to the stars for fun....don't get his telescope. Get a telescope that is much less complicated. January 12, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Pete The product information on how to put together was wrong I would not recommend to any one. There was no information on how to use or sight the scope. No information I how sight in the moon and stars. We wasted 175.00 dollars and cannot get it back from manufacturers January 24, 2015
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