Turn heads with the compact and powerful saxon 150/1800 Observatory Cassegrian Telescope.
This telescope comes with a high aperture of 150mm, a focal length of 1800mm and multi-coated lens to bring you bright, high-resolution images even in dim lighting. At just under 6 kg, you'll appreciate how compact and portable this scope is when it comes to selecting the best vantage points to observe both terrestrial and astronomical objects. Just transport the optical tube, set it up on your own mount and tripod and you're ready!
Small in size but great in specs - that's the saxon 15018 Observatory Cassegrian Telescope.
Keep your existing mount and tripod and upgrade your existing scope to the saxon 150/1800 Observatory Cassegrain Telescope.
With an aperture of 150mm to gather enough light to see deep sky objects clearly, this telescope also comes with a long focal length of 1800mm to maximise your views. This scope is built with high-resolution, diffraction-limited optical systems that are multi-coated to provide good contrast and sharp images. Whether your requirement is for terrestrial or astronomical use, this scope makes the perfect companion.
If you're looking for a full assembled product, you may like the saxon 15018EQ3 Observatory Cassegrain Telescope instead.
The saxon 15018 Observatory Cassegrain Telescope features the following:
Perfect for serious astronomers.
|Custom Stock Status||In Stock|
|Warranty Information||5-Years Limited Warranty|
|Highest Practical Power||300x|
|Eyepieces||Plossl 25 and Plossl 10|
|Diagonal||90 degree star diagonal|
|Shipping Dimensions||64 x 27 x 25cm3|
saxon 10mm/25mm 1.25’’ Plossl Eyepiece(Silver)
Featuring a 4-element design, this Plossl eyepiece ensures maximum light transition, minimises spherical aberration, distortion, astigmatism and off-axis colour. The edge-to-edge blackened optics provides excellent contrast across the 50° apparent field of view.
saxon Red-dot Finderscope with bracket
It is a zero magnification pointing tool that uses a coated glass window to superimpose the image of a small red dot onto the night sky, showing where the telescope is pointed.
saxon 1.25’’ star diagonal (90 degree)
It provides a perpendicular viewing angle on your refractor or maksutov for a comfortable position when looking at objects overhead.
Star/ Moon Chart
The star chart shows the solar system of which earth is a member planet and the moon chart clearly shows the topography of the lunar surface.