Travel Scope 70 mm Telescope

Celestron 760 mm Refractor Travel Scope Telescope

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This telescope was designed with traveling in mind while offering exceptional value. The Travel Scope is made of the highest quality materials to ensure stability and durability. All this adds up to a telescope that gives you a lifetime of pleasure with a minimal amount of maintenance. Featuring a compact and portable design with ample optical performance, the Travel Scope is ideal for terrestrial as well as casual astronomical observation.
  • 70 mm Fully Coated Refractor optics
  • Includes 2 eyepieces & finderscope: 20 mm (20X), 10 mm (40X) & 5x24 Finderscope
  • Includes The Sky X - First Light Edition CD-ROM
  • All coated glass optical elements for clear, crisp images
  • Erect image diagonal so that your views are correctly oriented
  • Smooth functioning altazimuth mount with easy pointing to located objects
  • Preassembled aluminum full size photographic tripod ensures a stable platform
  • Quick and easy no-tool set up
  • The telescope and tripod fit inside the custom backpack for easy traveling and storage

Assembled product dimensions: W 3.30 pounds

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Available for Shipping to Canada Post
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Brand
Celestron
Supplier Warranty Length
2 years
Product Identifiers
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31120022
Model #
21035
SKU
10059044
UPC
5023421035

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Ratings & Reviews+

Travel Scope 70 mm Telescope is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Less than expected The lenses are good for this telescope, but everthing else...the plastic housing and especially the tripod are very cheap and flimsy. Trying to moderately tighten one aligning screw on the finder scope resulted in stripping the thread, so now it can't be truly aligned at all. I really wish I had not spent the money for this.
Date published: 2009-11-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Makes a great Guide Scope too I ordered this scope to use as a Guide Scope for Autoguiding long exposure Astrophotography. I have this mounted on top of a William Optics FLT-132 APO Refractor Telescope in a set of 100mm ADM guidescope rings. The OTA, after removing the finder mounting base screws, and the dovetail mount and screws, weighs in at less than 1.5 pounds. This is a great light weight guide scope. As for the Visual use, I did put the 45Deg Diagonal in with the supplied eyepieces and the views were OK for a scope of the price range. The items includes with the package are decent quality, you really get what you pay for when it comes to a telescope. This would make any young budding astronomer a bit frustrated if used for night time viewing of the heavens. As for the daytime use it does very well and can be used as a spotting scope or for some in close bird watching. Not going to perform like a good Nikon scope but you will not have to pay 10X the price either. This would make a good first scope for any kid. The entire scope is made of plastic from the Diagonal all the way up front to the objective cell, all plastic. This is not a bad thing and is why it is so light, it is resistant to bumps that would usually leave a dent or a scratch in a metal scope tube. The only metal used on this scope is the draw tube and this is a nice upgrade from the plastic draw tubes that flex and will not focus the same twice. There is a little focus shift when racking the focuser in and out but that is expected in a scope of this caliber, not a big problem but some shift is there. The Tripod is ok for this scope since it is so light, there is some movement during focusing but it stops very shortly after releasing the focus knob. The back pack is made of a nylon material and is roomy enought to carry all your eyepieces and diagonal without fear of banging against the scope or tripod since they have a pocket of their own to ride in. The backpack bag holds all of the items needed to do some remote observing like the Tripod, Optical Tube Assembly (with finder removed) and all the eyepieces, diagonal and finder stored safely zipped up insidI ordered this scope to use as a Guide Scope for Autoguiding long exposure Astrophotography. I have this mounted on top of a William Optics FLT-132 APO Refractor Telescope in a set of 100mm ADM guidescope rings. The OTA, after removing the finder mounting base screws, and the dovetail mount and screws, weighs in at less than 1.5 pounds. This is a great light weight guide scope. As for the Visual use, I did put the 45Deg Diagonal in with the supplied eyepieces and the views were OK for a scope of the price range. The items includes with the package are decent quality, you really get what you pay for when it comes to a telescope. This would make any young budding astronomer a bit frustrated if used for night time viewing of the heavens. As for the daytime use it does very well and can be used as a spotting scope or for some in close bird watching. Not going to perform like a good Nikon scope but you will not have to pay 10X the price either. This would make a good first scope for any kid. The entire scope is made of plastic from the Diagonal all the way up front to the objective cell, all plastic. This is not a bad thing and is why it is so light, it is resistant to bumps that would usually leave a dent or a scratch in a metal scope tube. The only metal used on this scope is the draw tube and this is a nice upgrade from the plastic draw tubes that flex and will not focus the same twice. There is a little focus shift when racking the focuser in and out but that is expected in a scope of this caliber, not a big problem but some shift is there. The Tripod is ok for this scope since it is so light, there is some movement during focusing but it stops very shortly after releasing the focus knob. The back pack is made of a nylon material and is roomy enough to carry all your eyepieces and diagonal without fear of banging against the scope or tripod since they have a pocket of their own to ride in. The backpack bag holds all of the items needed to do some remote observing like the Tripod, Optical Tube Assembly (with finder removed) and all the eyepieces, diagonal and finder stored safely zipped up inside. Good value for the little Dollars out of pocket. I got mine to use as a guide scope so I sold the eyepieces, diagonal and the tripod seperately on Astromart and ended up getting the scope for free.
Date published: 2009-12-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from great gift If you are looking for a great gift to give to anyone who enjoys the stars, This is the perfect gift to give! Lightweight, easy to for travel, and easy to setup. Makes a great starter scope.
Date published: 2010-08-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice Scope Very nice Scope. Great for watching Animals in the country. Scope was really up to date and easy to use and a great price.
Date published: 2009-12-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from scope excellent product. seems to be built with knowledge and craftsmanship. it is a great scope for the price and works great.
Date published: 2010-07-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not bad for the price This telescope is worth more than its price. It is great for bird watching in the day time and great for the night stars. It is easy to assemble. This is our first telescope, we did not want to over buy and then have the telescope sit in the corner collecting dust. We find it to be a great first investment; If the children use it a lot we may invest in one that costs a little more. Over all not bad for the money and gets the family away from the tv and electronics.
Date published: 2015-09-19
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