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Skywatcher Astrolux 76mm Telescope

Skywatcher Astrolux 76mm Telescope
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Our Price:  £99.99
List Price:  £109.00
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Part Number:  10708
Manufacturer:  Skywatcher

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 WE ARE TAKING ORDERS EVEN THOUGH STOCKS ARE STILL VERY SHORT AND WE ARE SEEING LONG DELAYS ON MOST PRODUCTS. WE HAVE BEEN TOLD THAT THE NEXT DELIVERY IS NOT UNTIL EARLY JUNE DUE TO PROBLEMS IN CHINA AND NEW ORDERS MAY BE EVEN LONGER, SORRY. PLEASE EMAIL US AND WE WILL GET BACK TO YOU WITH AN EXPECTED DELIVERY DATE ON ANY OF THE PRODUCTS EVEN IF IT IS MARKED OUT OF STOCK.

We will come back to you as soon as we check with the warehouse (During working hours), or call us on 01483 756601

Email: enquiries@harpersphoto.co.uk

PLEASE NOTE THAT EXPECTED DELIVERY DATE DOES NOT MEAN THAT SOCK WILL BE AVAILABLE. IT MAY HAVE ALREADY SOLD OUT BEFORE ARRIVAL SO PRE-ORDERING IS ADVISED.


The highly affordable Sky-Watcher ASTROLUX allows the younger user to take their first steps into the fascinating world of astronomy. Although similar to many other beginner's reflector telescopes on the market, the Astrolux is supplied with superior 1.25" eyepieces and accessories (not 0.96" or hybrid 1.25") and moreover, the eyepieces have been specially selected to give a much more useful and practical range of magnifications (which are not unrealistically too high!) to enhance your viewing experience. The telescope can be freely moved in both horizontal and vertical axes and is equipped with a micro-adjustment elevation control. Suitable to view the Moon, stars and bright planets and other night sky objects.

  • Magnifications (with optics supplied): x28, x56, x70, x140
  • Highest Practical Power (Potential): x152
  • Diameter of Primary Mirror: 76mm
  • Telescope Focal Length: 700mm (f/9.2)
  • Eyepieces Supplied (1.25"): 10mm & 25mm
  • x2 Barlow Lens
  • 6x24 Finderscope
  • AZ1 Alt-Azimuth Mount
  • Aluminium Tripod with Accessory Tray
SKY-WATCHER DELUXE MIRROR COATINGS
Most reflectors today usually have a coat of aluminium as the mirror surface and then an overcoat of silicon monoxide or silicon dioxide to protect it. Silicon dioxide produces a much more durable coat than silicon monoxide but requires specialized equipment to apply it and is therefore more expensive. Protection is needed, because in most reflectors, the mirror is open to the elements and deterioration of the reflective layer reduces the resolution of the telescope.ALL Sky-Watcher reflectors are Multi-Coated with Silicon Dioxide as standard for Optimum Durability and Long Term Performance.

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