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Levenhuk Strike 80 NG

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Telescope - Black, maximum magnification 360 x, lens diameter 80mm, lifetime guarantee
incl. VAT £119.90
excl. VAT £99.92
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Levenhuk Strike 80 NG

The Levenhuk Strike 80 NG Telescope is an excellent telescope at a fantastic price and the right choice for anyone who wants to get into astronomy. If you're not an expert and you don't want to fiddle with complicated settings then this is the model for you! Anyone can operate this telescope and easily use the settings to perfect the view themselves. It's suitable for adult beginners and due to its low weight, it's great for children too.

Once you've unpacked it, it's straightforward to assemble, and you can start scouring the universe for planets, stars and other celestial objects. The moon is a great place to start and you will be in awe of its craters and mountain ranges.The telescope's powerful magnification means you will also be able to see Jupiter's moons, the Cassini Division in Saturn's rings and the polar caps on Mars. the package also includes a number of colourfully illustrated posters, a handbook and software to help you find the objects you are searching for in the sky. Dive into a blanket of stars and experience the amazing feeling of exploring the infinite universe!

Specifications

  • Optical design: achromatic refractor
  • Lens diameter (aperture): 80mm
  • Focal Length: 720mm
  • Luminosity: f / 9
  • Maximum magnification: 360 x
  • Limit stellar magnitude: 11.5
  • Resolution threshold: 1.6"
  • Eyepiece barrel diameter: 1.25 '' (24.5mm)
  • Eyepieces: F20mm; F6mm
  • Viewfinder: 3 x 20, with red dot
  • Yoke mount with declination axis
  • Metal, two-piece tripod
  • Adjustable tripod height: 630-1080mm
  • Telescope weight 6.9kg
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Weight
6,900 g Done!
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Black Done!
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360 × Done!
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80 mm Done!
Limiting magnitude
11.5 Done!
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Focal distance
720 mm Done!
Front part diameter
20 mm Done!
Eyepiece inner diameter
24.5 mm Done!
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Lifetime warranty Done!
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Customer 11/05/2015
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On the top is not worst, but after a while you see that it would be better choices pay extra few euros and you should be better and more stable device.
for those monies is not bad for observing a perfect month Saturn is visible but with the supplied lens is very small and blurry. Jupiter is also very small but notable better than Saturn (a much sharper) Tripod is very unstable and at the lowest magnitude. observed objects you are insanely route. Just žmurknúť and the image is partitioned
Miroslav, Dvorníky 05/05/2015
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Price per 80 mm metal tripod observation month good metal tube 360x is useless, it's just a gimmick realistically 32x and 120x with the help of those Lowest eyepieces, which are included. As such may be used 3x 32x čiže96x with the help of the attached plastic Barlow lenses for observing Saturn, you can forget, at 120x is so small and dark it is hard to specify that it is a saturn. No Cassini division rings of Jupiter has no chance remark is admittedly also tiny, but the heat can be difficult to espy two bands in the atmosphere and its four biggest months Tripod is insanely shaken when focusing, a moment it should be chewed Should you happen to to purchase second telescope, and certainly the third-party telescope I used to watch two (even that very fine) and had fallen away from it, one stuck on the metal shell ostriacom wheel. On the functionality it does not affect anything but it probably speaks for the quality :) dokúpiť need for higher quality eyepiece thus arrive at the price of higher-quality producers
 
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