This is sure to be our new best-selling Beginner Telescope!
The Heritage-150p is easy to use and has the same Parabolic Primary Mirror as the highly acclaimed Explorer-150P so provides wonderful views of the Moon, planets and the brighter Deep-Sky Objects. The patented retractable FlexTube system makes it easy to transport and store.
About this product
Part Number: 10214
The new Sky-Watcher Heritage-150P Flextube features the same tried & trusted collimateable parabolic primary mirror as the highly-renowned Explorer-150P.
A capable all-rounder that will provide wonderful views of both the Moon, planets and many deep sky targets.
Sky-Watchers retractable FlexTube system makes it easy to transport and store.
The manually operated Dobsonian alt-azimuth mount is quick to set up and easy to use.
The telescope & mount arrives fully assembled, straight out of the box.
Includes presentation gift box.
- Simple, intuitive alt-azimuth mount
- Light, portable, retractable design makes it easy to transport and store
- 150mm aperture for deep sky observing
- Everything you need to get started
What's in the box
- 150mm Telescope OTA
- Table-top Dobsonian Base
- 10mm & 25mm Eyepiece
- Red Dot Finder
- Magnifications (with eyepieces supplied): x30 & x75
- Highest Practical Power (Potential): x300
- Diameter of Primary Mirror: 150mm
- Telescope Focal Length: 750mm (f/5)
- Eyepieces Supplied (1.25"): 10mm & 25mm
- Parabolic Primary Mirror
- 3-arm Secondary Mirror Spider Support
- Red Dot Finder
- Wooden Alt-Azimuth Mount
- Retractable Tube Assembly
- Weight Approx 7.5kg
- Supplied with Gift Box
- 33% more Light Gathering than 130mm
|Average Rating (1 Review): |
Tuesday, 23 June 2020 | Micah
I had been after a new telescope for a few years now but never got round to getting one. I needed something that was light, portable, easy to set up and point, and this telescope hit the nail on the head.
It is all of the above and the views are spectacular. I used some lenses from my now old telescope on this and can clearly see planets such as Jupiter and Saturn through it (you can see them through both eye pieces that come with the telescope).
The red dot finder is brilliant. It's accurate, easy to operate and when the dot is on an object, you know you'll be able to see it through the main eye piece. The only thing that takes some getting used to on this telescope is the focuser. Because of its design, it can take a little getting used to, but you should be familiar with it after the first night of use.
All in all, money very, very well spent. Spectacular views, easy to use, point and view! Amazing!
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Q1. Can I use a digital camera attached to this telescope?
A digital camera is not suitable for this telescope. The mount is not designed to hold that amount of weight and also does not track so couldn't be used for long exposure deep sky imaging. Instead, we would recommend using a panetary camera which could be used to take short videos of bright objects such as planets and the moon. You could achieve short bursts of video without requiring tracking.