Introducing a grab and go telescope, the saxon 70/400mm Traveller scope features a focal length of 400mm, 70mm objective lens, a 45 degree image-erecting prism and a generous magnification of up to 165x.
This telescope includes a pre-assembled tripod, two 1.25” eyepieces, a cleaning cloth and a bonus padded bag pack.
Compact and portable, the new saxon 70mm Traveller scope is your new grab and go telescope for land and astronomical viewing.
Whether you're savouring the views of lush rainforest scenery in Australia; watching a pride of African lions play in Tanzania; or soaking in the New York skyline in America, the saxon 70/400 mm Traveller Scope are a perfect addition to your holiday.
Ergonomic, lightweight and durable, these compact binoculars comes in a standard and zoom range to help you maximise your viewing needs.
A snapshot of the saxon Grab and Go Telescope:
|Custom Stock Status||In Stock|
|Warranty Information||5-Years Limited Warranty|
|Highest Practical Power||165x|
|Eyepieces||20mm & 10mm|
|Diagonal||1.25" 45° Erect Image Diagonal|
|Shipping Dimensions||47 x 37 x 18 cm3|
saxon 10/20mm Eyepiece
Featuring a 3-element design, these fully-coated eyepieces provide outstanding field correction and long eye-relief. Stray light is eliminated by the fold back rubber eyecups; standard with every Super eyepiece. Compatible for use on all types of telescopes.
saxon 5x24 Finderscope with bracket
The 24mm aperture with 5x magnification can provide a wide field of view to help you locate objects and align your telescope before you look through the telescope. It’s perfect for beginner telescopes.
saxon 1.25’’ Erect Image Diagonal (45 degree)
It can give you a comfortable viewing angle and an upright, non-mirrored image when you need your telescope is a horizontal position.
saxon Alt-Azimuth Mount with Tripod
It is an aluminium tripod with Alt-Azimuth controls.
saxon Telescope Back Pack
Designs will not crack or peel, are able to stretch freely, and will not fade or discolour.
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.