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Celestron AstroMaster 114 AZ (50 x 114mm) Telescope

$120.00 to $250.00



Designed for the novice user, the Celestron® AstroMaster™ 114 AZ telescope features a alt-azimuth mount with a convenient pan handle with built-in clutch for easy targeting and smooth motion perfect for watching whales, spotting birds, viewing nature or checking out your favorite star or planet. The compact, portable design with ample optical performance will excite any newcomer to the world of amateur astronomy.Minimize

Manufacturer:Celestron Product MPNKey FeaturesMiscellaneous
MPNCITS31043
Optical Design   Refractor
Optical Diameter114 mm
Finderscope   Optical
Focal Length1000 mm
Max Useful Magnificationx 50
Mount Type   Altazimuth
MotorizedNo
UPC050234310437


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