These extremely portable 12v rechargeable power supplies are highly recommended for use with all SynScan, SynTrek and AutoTracking mounts.
The Sky-Watcher Explorer-130 EQ2 Telescope is ideal for serious beginners. It comes with a stable, aluminium tripod, and a solid EQ2 equatorial mount with slow motion controls for smooth and easy guidance around the night sky. Whether your interest is Deep-Sky, the Moon and Planets, or a combination of both, the Explorer range offers excellent all round
Sky-Watcher Explorer-130P (EQ2) 130mm (5.1") f/650 Parabolic Newtonian Reflector Telescope. The EXPLORER-130P models feature premium-quality Parabolic Primary Mirrors, normally found in larger more expensive telescopes, to eliminate spherical aberrations, producing even sharper, higher-contrast images which are full of detail. A parabolic or more accurately
The Celestron T-Ring couples your Canon DSLR (35mm equivilent) camera body to a T-Adapter, Radial Guider or Tele-Extender. This accessory is required if you want to do any type of photography through a telescope.
Upgraded from SkyTracker, the Pro is more compact, small enough to fit on your palm, better precision, silent tracking, it even has a built-in rechargeable power source that runs for over 24 hours of continuous operation. The improved precision polar scope maintains a fine engraved reticule, now features adjustable illumination with eight brightness levels.
Sky-Watcher Evostar-90 (EQ2) 90mm (3.5") f/900 Achromatic Refractor Telescope. The Sky Watcher Evostar series are two-element air-spaced, multi-coated achromatic refractors. They are truly outstanding, high-performance; high-resolution instruments manufactured to extremely high standards and mechanical precision. With their long focal lengths and breathtaking
Sky-Watcher Mercury-707 (AZ) 70mm (2.75") f/700 Achromatic Refractor Telescope. The highly affordable Sky-Watcher Mercury series of refractor telescopes allow you to take your first steps into the fascinating world of astronomy. They are supplied with good levels of equipment for astronomical observations. Although similar externally to many other telescopes
The Barlow lens is used to multiply the focal length (Magnifying Power) of the objective lens. It is inserted between the diagonal and the eyepiece. The benefits of using a Barlow lens to increase magnification are: 1. Improved eye relief. 2. Reduced spherical Aberration in the eyepiece. This Deluxe version of the Sky-Watcher Barlow uses two lens elements,
Celestron's Moon Filter is an economical eyepiece filter for reducing the brightness of the moon and improving contrast, so greater detail can be observed on the lunar surface. The clear aperture is 21mm and the transmission is about 18%. Screws on to the filter thread of any Celestron, or other manufacturer's 1.25 inch eyepiece.
The Sky-Watcher Skyliner-200P Classic 203mm (8") f/1200 Parabolic Dobsonian telescope offers an incredible aperture-to-price ratio. The dobsonian mount, popularised by John Dobson in the late 1970's, is a very simple but effective method of mounting a Newtonian Reflector, based on the alt-azimuth principle. Fast and easy to set up, the dobsonian mount consists
The Sky-Watcher 1.25 Inch Light Pollution Filter is a contrast-enhancing anodised aluminium, optical glass filter designed to block out the wavelengths of light emitted by mercury-vapour light and other common causes of light pollution, whilst providing higher transmission at critical hydrogen-alpha and hydrogen-beta lines than competing filters. Bright,