The saxon 76/300 Mini Dobsonian Telescope is the perfect telescope for budding astronomers.
This telescope comes with a focal length of 300mm and an aperture of 76mm which provides bright, sharp views of sky objects. This scope sits on a stable tabletop base and weighs just under 2 kg, making it easy to carry indoors and outdoors between use. You get two 1.25" eyepieces with your pre-assembled telescope - all you need to do is attach your eyepiece to start observing!
The saxon Mini Dobsonian Telescope makes a great gift for astronomers of all ages and doubles as a great display piece.
The saxon 76/300 Mini Dobsonian Telescope is an ideal telescope to immerse yourself into the world of astronomy.
Featuring an aperture of 76mm and 300mm focal length, this 3" tabletop Dobsonian-style telescope is excellent for lunar, planetary and deep sky observing.
Weighing a mere 2 kg, this lightweight and portable telescope is the perfect travel and outdoor companion. The sleek black design of the telescope also makes it a great display feature in the home or office.
To further enhance the capabilities of the saxon Mini Dobsonian Telescope we recommend purchasing the Mini Dobsonian Telescope Accessory Pack. This includes additional eyepieces, moon filter, finderscope and bracket and a carrying bag.
The saxon Mini Dobsonian Telescope is user-friendly, easy to maintain and requires minimal assembly - simply remove it from the box, attach your eyepiece and off you go!
|Custom Stock Status
|5-Years Limited Warranty
|Highest Practical Power
|H20 and SR4
|Table-Top Dobsonian Alt-Azimuth
|40 x 25 x 24cm3
saxon H20mm/4mm super Eyepiece
Featuring a 3-element design, these fully-coated eyepieces provide outstanding field correction and long eye-relief. Compatible for use on all types of telescopes.
Table-Top Dobsonian Alt-Azimuth
This kind of mount requires no additional tools during assembly and is incredibly easy to use, making it the perfect scope for beginner astronomers.
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.