Stellarvue 10X60 Ultra Premium finderscope & bracket

(1 customer review)

$399.00 inc GST

 

Simply put …… absolutely gorgeous !!

As used as standard kit on the world’s best telescope manufacturer’s products – Officina Stellare.

Plus regularly used to upgrade on excellent telescopes such as APM, United Optics, Saxon, Skywatcher, Meade & Celestron.

Also available – 50mm unit – my own 60mm finder unit outperforms my old telescope, simply sublime !!

Description

Stellarvue 10X60 Ultra Premium finderscope & bracket – the best features of any finderscope globally:

* 60mm Aperture

* 10 Magnifications

* Premium upright prism design for highest possible performance

* Rotating eyepiece turret – means eyepiece is always in the ideal most comfortable position

* Standard dovetail foot to accept standard Vixen, Skywatcher, Celestron, Saxon telescope foot bracket

* Nylon inserts on screws so finderscope is left unmarked by screws (major advantage over even the best suppliers globally)

* Ultra Premium optics – objective and eyepiece

Simply put …… absolutely gorgeous !! Used on all Officina Stellare’s sensational telescopes, plus these are regularly used as an upgrade to standard focusers on excellent telescopes such as APM, United Optics, Skywatcher, Saxon, Celestron and also our exotic hand crafted solutions

Also available – 50mm unit – my own 60mm finder unit outperforms my old telescope, simply sublime !!

Additional information

Weight 18 kg
Dimensions 35 × 25 × 12 cm

1 review for Stellarvue 10X60 Ultra Premium finderscope & bracket

  1. aa_webmin

    Dear Cris,
    My apologies for taking so long to communicate with you.
    1. Upgrading to the Stellarvue Finderscope ( kindly facilitated by you ) proved to be an excellent move. It is magnificent…a mini-telescope in its own right. Beautifully constructed; lovely optics !
    2. The Sky Rover 115 telescope is most impressive. I finally got around to using it in a more in-depth way upon our return from Adelaide a few weeks ago.
    Recently I enjoyed wonderful views of the moon’s surface a few days after the October full moon. I was able to take advantage of the penumbra area in the ” top corner ” : the topographical features were beautifully sculptured…lovely contrasts between dark and light areas.
    I felt as if I was Neil Armstrong about to land on the surface !!!
    3. Around that ” moon-viewing ” time I finally removed the plastic cover ( over the focusing knobs ). What a revelation it was to use the gold fine-adjustment focusing control. A really nice feature.
    Best wishes,
    David T, Adelaide
    (Posted on 20/11/2018)

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