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Celestron PowerSeeker 80 EQ (225 x 80mm) Telescope

$107.00 to $160.00



The Celestron PowerSeeker series of telescopes is designed to give the first-time buyer the perfect combination of quality, value, features and power. Offering exceptional value, these telescopes feature portable yet powerful designs with ample optical performance to excite any newcomer to the world of amateur astronomy.Minimize

Manufacturer:Celestron Product MPNKey FeaturesMiscellaneous
MPNDNT21048
Optical Design   Refractor
Optical Diameter80 mm
Finderscope   Optical
Focal Length900 mm
Max Useful Magnificationx 225
Mount Type   Equatorial
MotorizedNo
UPC050234210485


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celestron, powerseeker, 80, eq, 225, x, 80mm, telescope,


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