F1 Telescopes

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 Celestron Telescopes

Celestron Telescopes

 Meade Telescopes

Meade Telescopes

Sky-Watcher Telescopes

SkyWatcher Telescopes

Telescopes Mounts

Tripods and Mounts

Telescopes OTAs

Telescope OTAs

Eyepieces and Barlows

Eyepieces and
Barlow Lenses

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Celestron FireCel 3-in-1 Pocket Device

FireCel provides convenient, portable power for cell phones, tablets, MP3 players and other USB rechargeable devices.

Additional features include a red LED flashlight to preserve night vision and electronic hand warmer to supply heat in chilly conditions.


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Limited Time Special Meade ETX 80 Packages

Purchase the Meade ETX 80 GOTO Tabletop Telescope System and buy a Meade 5 Piece MA Eyepiece Kit at the same time for just £24.95 or;

Purchase the Meade ETX 80 Scope and the ETX Rucksack, and receive the 5 Piece MA Eyepiece Kit for free!


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Lunt 60mm H-Alpha Solar Telescope

This Lunt single-stacked solar telescope is available complete with a B1200 Blocking Filter, Crayford Focuser and Pressure Tuner.

Now available for immediate delivery.


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Moonraker Handmade Telescope OTAs

Inspired by a desire to capture the style and finish of 1950’s and 60’s high polish aircraft design, these stunning telescopes are available now in a variety of sizes and colours.


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Celestron StarSense Accessory

The revolutionary technology in the award-winning SkyProdigy telescope is now available for almost every Celestron computerized telescope.



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Celestron SkyQ Link WiFi Adapter

Celestron’s innovative new SkyQ Link WiFi Module takes the technology behind Celestron’s SkyQ app even further by activating a wireless control feature for most computerized Celestron telescopes.

The SkyTour feature will even generate a list of the best stars, galaxies, and nebulas to see based on the user’s time and location.

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BBC Stargazing Live Star Map 2013
Using this informative star guide will give readers an insight into what to look out for in our...
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Correct optical alignment is fundamental to a Newtonian’s performance. All the mirrors and lenses...
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