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Aomekie 70mm Travel Scope Telescope for Adults Kids and Astronomy Beginners Refractor Telescopes with Adjustable Tripod and Backpack

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  • Sales Rank:141,460
  • Language:English (Unknown)
  • Color:70 aperture & Backpack
  • Media:Office Product
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):4.3
  • Dimensions (in):17.7 x 13 x 6.3
  • MPN:00BK680073
  • Model:00BK680073
  • ASIN:B01M0AKGPT

Features:
  • 70 MM ULTRA-CLEAR ASTRONOMY TELESCOPE: With 400 mm focal length and 70 mm aperture to capture more light picture and optical glass coated for enhanced image brightness to protect your eyes. A fantastic refracting telescopes for astronomy beginners adults and kids to explore the space.
  • 20-120X MAGNIFICATION: Two replaceable eyepiece(20X, 40X) with the latest generation of Kellner eyepiece(K) in this astronomical telescope. K10mm eyepiece for 40X and K20mm eyepiece for 20X, barlow lens increase 3X to 120X. 5X24 finderscope with mounting bracket, erect-image diagonal make locating objects more easily.
  • ADJUSTABLE TRIPOD& SET UP EASILY: No tools are required for assembly even for the novice. Just set up in minutes. The height of aluminum tripod can be adjusted from about 15 inch to 51 inch. Assembled with castor wheel bottom of reflecting telescope that allows for many different observational positions and keep the whole tripod steady when adjusting the direction of it.
  • COST EFFECTIVE: We have our own factory, so we can offer you the lowest price and the best products. Easily obtainable under 70 dollars with AOMEKIE telescope, most likely save much money compared to other's.
  • PORTABLE TRAVEL SCOPE: The telescope and tripod is packed in a compacted backpack, you can take it to explore sky at anytime and anywhere. Don't worry about fogging on the surface of primary mirror, a dew shield and dust cap is included.


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Synopsis

A quality and reliable telescope for beginners.

How would you like to see the craters on the moon and planets of the solar system with great details? How about a clear, breathtaking view of the planet Jupiter? Aomekie Refractor Telescope is an amazing tool to magnify the sky, introduce and instill the love of astronomy to children early on!

TERRESTRIAL USE

The telescope is a dual purpose model. It can be used for astronomy, as well as for viewing objects on land. With the erect image diagonal, the terrestrial obejcts appear both right-side up, and correctly oriented left to right, just as you see them with your eyes.

ADJUSTABLE TRIPOD

The stable aluminium triop is adjustable to suit stargazing convenience. Locks in solidly, stays right in place for steady images.

3X BARLOW LENS

It increases the power of telescope to let us easier to focus moon and stars. For example, a telescope, which has a magnification of 60X, will have a magnification of 180X when a 3X Barlow lens is used.

5X24 FINDER SCOPE

Since a telescope has a narrow field of view by design, it can be challenging to locate a particular star or planet. For this reason the telescope is fitted with a low-power, wide-field miniature telescope called a finder scope.

WHICH MAGNIFICATION?- SELECTING THE CORRECT EYEPIECE

Magnifaction=Focal Length * (Barlow lens)/Eyepiece

Always start viewing with your 20mm eyepiece. This is your low power eyepiece and its wide viewing field will make it easier to locate objects. Once you have located an object and the view is clear you may wish to change to the high power eyepiece.

PACKAGE LIST

1 x Telescope tube
1 x k20mm eyepiece
1 x k10mm eyepiece
1 x 3x Barlow lens
1 x Adjustable aluminum tripod
1 x 45° diagonal mirror
1 x 5X24 Finderscope
1 x User manual


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