Astronomers will relish in the crystal-clear views offered by the saxon 120/900 ED Refractor Telescope.
This advanced apochromatic refractor telescope features an aperture of 120mm and a focal length of 900mm. Combined with this scope's ED glass, you'll be able to easily view night sky gems such as nebulae, star clusters and galaxies. This OTA model also gives you the option to mount this scope on your choice of mount and tripod.
For a telescope that performs everytime, it's got to be the saxon 120 ED Refractor Telescope.
You won't be able to take your eyes off the the saxon 120/900 ED Refractor Telescope thanks to its quality optics and build.
This sharp, high-resolution telescope contains one element made from ED (Extra-low Dispersion) FPL-53 glass. This glass minimises chromatic aberration, providing high-resolution and superior contrast images. Colour fringing around objects is completely eliminated with these optics. Go beyond the stars with this scope - sights of nebulae and galaxies are within reach, thanks to the scope's aperture of 120mm and focal length of 900mm. Astrophotography is possible and recommended with this scope.
Another added bonus with this model is that it's OTA only, which means you'll be able to use your existing mount, tripod and accessories for this scope. Simply change it up as you like to get picture-perfect views.
If you're looking for a full assembled product, you may like the saxon 120ED EQ5 Refractor Telescope instead.
The saxon 120 ED Refractor Telescope features the following:
Perfect for observers of all levels.
|Custom Stock Status||Backorder|
|Warranty Information||5-Years Limited Warranty|
|Optical Design||ED Refractor|
|Highest Practical Power||240x|
|Optical Tube Dimensions||130 x 26 x 24cm3|
|Optical Tube Weight||8kg|
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