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AZ90600
Telescope, 600 X 90Mm AZ Astronomical Refractor Telescope, German Technology Scope
Telescope Specification - Aperture: 90mm(3.5in) - Focal Length: 600mm(23.62in) - Focal Ratio: F6.7 - Eyepiece1: 25mm(0.98in) - Magnification1: 24 X - Eyepiece2: 10mm(0.39in) - Magnification2: 60 X - Eyepiece3: 5mm(0.196n) - Magnification3: 120 X - Max Magnification: 360 - Finderscope: 630 - Zenith Mirrors: 48Erecting BAK7 prism - Mount: AZ ...
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Gskyer

Telescope, 600 X 90Mm AZ Astronomical Refractor Telescope, German Technology Scope

BCD1254
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Telescope Specification
- Aperture: 90mm(3.5in)
- Focal Length: 600mm(23.62in)
- Focal Ratio: F6.7
- Eyepiece1: 25mm(0.98in)
- Magnification1: 24 X
- Eyepiece2: 10mm(0.39in)
- Magnification2: 60 X
- Eyepiece3: 5mm(0.196n)
- Magnification3: 120 X
- Max Magnification: 360
- Finderscope: 630
- Zenith Mirrors: 48Erecting BAK7 prism
- Mount: AZ Altazimuth Mount
- Optical coating: Multi Antireflection Green Film
- Barlow lens: 3 X
- Resolution: 2.8
- Angular Field of View: 136
- Tuble connection: Hook Dovetail Plate
- Tripod: 1.27inch stainless steel Tripod
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Product Description
Gskyer Infinity have over 20 years Optical history,Use of Germany's advanced technology, for different groups of people from different telescopes for science, astronomy, exploration, and tourism, etc.Gskyer's value priced Powerseeker 90600AZ is an affordable entry high level telescope with some nice extras like a correct image prism and The Sky astronomy.

  • Aperture: 90mm(3.5 inch ). Focal Length: 600mm. Focal Ratio: f/6.7. Rack-and-Pinion Focuser
  • Comes with Low (25mm) , medium (10mm) and high (5mm) magnification eyepieces and 3 x barlow lens
  • Fully Multi-coated optics glass lens ,adjustable aluminum tripod and accessory tray
  • Altazimuth mount with a slow motion control
  • Warranty:1year limited lifetime warranty
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Three Stars
by Valued Customer on April 03, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Great scope BUT tends to drift doesn't lock in great

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sure she will love it!
by Valued Customer on March 09, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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I bought this for a Birthday gift, sure she will love it!

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What great product!
by Valued Customer on March 08, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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What great product! Far things to see at are closer then my eyes can. Moon is far but big to this product. Hardware can is great but strong to use and great for looking to space with. Buying products would do if not. Good times for the little ones. Recommended I would to friend family.stars are 5? I thinking. Good.

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A little difficult to set up initially and the instructions
by Valued Customer on March 07, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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A little difficult to set up initially and the instructions were worthless. The biggest challenge I had was initially using the strongest lens to look at the moon - it was just too powerful for something so large.

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A good entry level scope - but do your homework before you buy
by Valued Customer on January 03, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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I've been in the market for a telescope for 20 years - seriously. Every year I say I'm going to get one, then never do. So this year I bit the bullet and bought this telescope. So let me give some context and basic advice.I had done my homework and I knew the limits of what this telescope could do. If you think you're going to get close-up views of the rings of Saturn like a Voyager spacecraft flyby, then you have not done your homework. I knew I wanted something entry-level, and I also knew that I wanted something that was easily transportable (which this is IMO). I also went into this knowing I'm probably going to be spending more money as I learn more. And I already knew (because I did my homework) that this scope was not perfect by any stretch. But at some point you take a chance (don't wait 20 years like I did LOL). If you're waiting for perfect I have news - there is no perfect.For me, 90% of the fun of this is finding the things I want to look at. If it is not your goal to learn about the night sky and all you want is to see are objects in the night sky, then look at pictures on the internet. You have to take your time. It requires patience. So if you're buying this for someone who is highly fidgety and just wants continuous high-stimulus input, then save your money.People have commented on the lack of instructions on how to use this. In principle I agree that they might include something to help the user understand the basics of how to use the telescope. However, I would also contend that if you bought this telescope without understanding how to use it, then you didn't do enough homework to understand telescopes before your purchase. I did not miss having instructions. There are plenty of youtube videos etc. Note that this implies only for instructions for use - this DOES include instructions for assembly.Now the consThis has a 45 degree bend on the viewing thingy at the back. As some reviewers commented, this makes it very uncomfortable to look at anything when the telescope is tilted up at a sharp angle. I've spent about $30 to buy a 90 degree bend. Now I can use either one. Not a biggie as far as I'm concerned. But I think this will really bother people who want something they can use right out of the box.The stand is not designed to make very fine adjustments like some stands. I knew this when I bought the telescope so I don't consider this as a negative for my star rating. To be clear, the stand works fine, it just may be a little frustrating, especially at higher magnifications. Again, have you done your homework? Do you know the different options? And how much do you want to spend?The lenses for this scope are not the greatest. Like the stand, I knew this when I bought it. But they work. So I don't hold this against the scope in my star rating. However, after having tried the provided lenses, I've decided to invest in some very high quality lenses because I know I'm going to get good use out of them. I know what I want and I know what I'm getting. Why? Because I did my homework.The finder scope on the side seems to move - I seem to need to calibrate it every time I use it. But I'm still looking at this. There was a rubber ring included with the finder scope and no mention of it in the instructions. I assume it's to stabilize the finder scope, so I put that on the finder scope and it helps, but still it seems to be somewhat finicky. This could be something I'm doing however.I'm also looking into options for a carrying case, especially keeping all the lenses safe. The lenses for this come in individual plastic containers. Not the best way to organize these, and since I'm buying more lenses I need something that is easier to use.

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So it appears to be a nice product but I cannot finish putting it together and
by Valued Customer on December 24, 2017
 
 
 
 
 
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I received this telescope without instructions. It was packaged well and appears to be manufactured well but I cannot through numerous searches locate a company website for Gskyer, a set of instructions for this model online, and the Ask Product Question button on the Amazon website links to nothing for this product (it does work for other products). So it appears to be a nice product but I cannot finish putting it together and can't find any information on completing assembly and I can not contact the manufacturer (I'm assuming the contact number is listed on the instructions).

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Four Stars
by Valued Customer on December 20, 2017
 
 
 
 
 
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Still learning how to use. Complicated

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Five Stars
by Valued Customer on October 12, 2017
 
 
 
 
 
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I wish I would have learned more helpful tips of this earlier.

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The stand is pretty good.
by Valued Customer on October 11, 2017
 
 
 
 
 
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The stand is pretty good. The adjustments are easy to work with.

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This was the right choice
by Valued Customer on October 11, 2017
 
 
 
 
 
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This was the right choice, now that I've been an astronomer for over month.

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Happily I selected this telescope!
by Valued Customer on October 11, 2017
 
 
 
 
 
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Happily I selected this telescope, low price,high quality.

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Good scope
by Valued Customer on September 24, 2017
 
 
 
 
 
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Love my telescope..fun and gives great detail of the moon..I can see Saturn and it's rings..the part where you tighten the scope to hold it in place sucks..every time I try to center an object and tighten in place..the object falls to the bottom right corner and is frustrating especially when finding Saturn other than that it's good for beginner being as it's my first scope ever.

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