Sky-Watcher Evostar-90/660 AZ Pronto
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Sky-Watcher Evostar-90/660 AZ Pronto

£235.00
  (1 Review)
✓ 2 year warranty

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About this product

Model:  sw_azp_evo_90_660
Part Number:  10254

New Evostar-90 AZ Pronto Telescope and Mount.

Easy to use, no fuss, grab-and-go telescope for visual astronomy.

The Sky-Watcher EVOSTAR 90/660 is a classic two-element, air-spaced, achromatic refractor. With its f/7.3 focal length it can be used to observe the Moon, planets and many deep sky objects.

The well engineered and easy to use AZ PRONTO Alt-Azimuth mount provides excellent stability and precise control, via its slow motion cables, on both the horizontal (azimuth) and vertical (altitude) axes.

Includes handy red dot finderscope.

FEATURES

  • 90mm / 3.5" Aperture
  • 660mm / f/7.3 Focal Length
  • Supplied with 10mm & 25mm Eyepieces
  • Red Dot Finder
  • Mount Rotation Angle: 360° (Azimuth), -70° to + 90° (Altitude)

What's in the box

  • Evostar-90 OTA
  • AZ Pronto Mount
  • Aluminium Tripod
  • Accessory Tray
  • 10mm & 25mm Eyepiece
  • Red Dot Finder
  • 1.25" 90° Diagonal

Specifications

Magnifications (with eyepieces supplied) x26.4 & x66
Highest Practical Power (Potential) x180
Objective Lens Diameter 90mm
Light Gathering 65% more than 70mm
Telescope Focal Length 660mm (f/7.3)
Eyepieces Supplied 10mm & 25mm
Finder Red Dot Finder
Diagonal 90º Diagonal Mirror 1.25"
Optics Multi-Coated Objective Lens
Mount AZ PRONTO Alt-Azimuth Mount & Aluminium Tripod with Accessory Tray
Mount Rotation Angle 360° (Azimuth), -70° to + 90° (Altitude)

Customer reviews

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Newbie novice!
Tuesday, 15 December 2020  | 

Telescope arrived very quickly in perfect condition within an extremely sturdy box.
Assembly of Tripod & Mounting of scope relatively straightforward. Struggled with the Red Dot Finder but after researching & persevering, eventually succeeded. Skies haven't been brilliant since so not had the chance to put to good use but from what little we have managed, we've certainly enjoyed using it.
Only suggestion would be to provide some basic instructions aimed at the novice to simplify ease of set up.

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