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150X Zoom Astronomical Telescope Monocular Scope 70mm Aperture For Moon Watching For Sale





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150X Zoom Astronomical Telescope Monocular Scope 70mm Aperture For Moon Watching:
$117.21

Features: 【BEST Telescope for Kids& Beginners!】telescope meets all the needs of beginners, and the kids’ astronomical journey begins from here! Equipped with 3X Barlow len and two eyepieces, H20mm and H6mm, kids can get magnification of 15X to 150X. Whether it's watching stars and moons at night or observing planets, telescope is the best helper for kids & astronomy beginners. 【Large Aperture】70mm aperture and 300mm focal length provide more lights and clearer images, even beginners can get clear images. The bigger the aperture, the bigger the field of vision, and the clearer the image. 【Easy to assemble& dismount】 We have a full set of paper and video Installation Guidelines. Don't worry about any installation problems. Even for first-time users, kids&beginners can install it themselves without any tools. Specifications: 1. Magnification: 150X 2. Objective Diameter: 70mm (2.75") 3. Eyepieces: K20mm, K6mm 4. Barlow Lens: 3x 5. Tripod Material: Aluminum alloy Package Included: 1xTelescope 1xUser Manual 【BEST Telescope for Kids& Beginners!】telescope meets all the needs of beginners, and the kids’ astronomical journey begins from here! Equipped with 3X Barlow len and two eyepieces, H20mm and H6mm, kids can get magnification of 15X to 150X. Whether it's watching stars and moons at night or observing planets, telescope is the best helper for kids & astronomy beginners. 【Large Aperture】70mm aperture and 300mm focal length provide more lights and clearer images, even beginners can get clear images. The bigger the aperture, the bigger the field of vision, and the clearer the image.On Oct-14-21 at 10:35:04 PDT, seller added the following information:
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