Everyone loves a good mix and match so we can't see a reason why it doesn't apply to telescopes as well. Grab the saxon 90/1250 Observatory Cassegrain Telescope and mount it with an existing (or new) mount and tripod.
This telescope comes with the same great features as its 90125EQ counterpart, with an aperture of 90mm and a focal length of 1250mm. The compact and portable tube design means it's easy to store away when you're not outdoors observing planets and star clusters at night and terrestrial objects during the day.
Intermediate and advanced observers alike will enjoy the flexibility the saxon 90125 Observatory Cassegrain Telescope provides.
Small in size but large in power, the saxon 90/1250 Observatory Cassegrain Telescope is a great scope for intermediate to advanced observers.
The telescope's high-resolution, diffraction-limited optical systems promises bright, crisp views of your objects. Combined with the scope's aperture of 90mm and focal length of 1250mm, you'll be out on the field observing deep sky objects in a jiffy!
It's easy to switch and change your mount and tripod for different viewing purposes, and the compact size of the scope makes it easy to put away between uses. If you're after views of nature or scenery, you'll want to mount this scope on an Alt-Azimuth mount. For astronomers, we'd recommend the German Equatorial or GoTo mount.
If you're looking for a full assembled product, you may like the saxon 90125EQ Observatory Cassegrain Telescope instead.
The saxon 90125 Observatory Cassegrain Telescope features the following:
|Custom Stock Status||In Stock|
|Warranty Information||5-Years Limited Warranty|
|Highest Practical Power||180x|
|Eyepieces||Plossl 25 and Plossl 10|
|Diagonal||90 degree star diagonal|
|Shipping Dimensions||56 x 26 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.