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Telescopes £200 - £500 Deep Sky Observing

Recommended accessories for all these telescopes are below with links that will open a new window.

Antares Moon Filter
Collins Planisphere
Antares Red LED Torch
Antares 0.5x Focal Reducer (only for Maksutov telescopes)

If you require any help with choosing the right telescope or help with accessories just get in touch on 01909 774 369 or email us at sales@rothervalleyoptics.co.uk.

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Skywatcher Skyliner 150P Dobsonian Telescope

Skywatcher Skyliner 150P Dobsonian Telescope£219.00

These instruments offer an incredible aperture-to-price ratio. The Dobsonian mount, popularized by John Dobson in the late 1970's, is a very simple but effective method of mounting a Newtonian Reflector, based on the alt-azimuth principle.

Skywatcher Skyliner 200P Dobsonian Telescope

Skywatcher Skyliner 200P Dobsonian Telescope£289.00

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The Skyliner 200’s flat-packed base is very easy to build and set up, and comes with excellent instructions….The optics were sharp across 80% of the 1 degree field of view….We were very pleased with the appearance of all the test objects

Skywatcher Explorer 150P EQ3-2 Telescope

Skywatcher Explorer 150P EQ3-2 Telescope£325.00

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150MM (6") F/750 PARABOLIC NEWTONIAN REFLECTOR TELESCOPE

Magnifications (with eyepieces supplied): x30, x60, x75, x150
Highest Practical Power (potential):x300

Skywatcher Skyliner 250PX Dobsonian Telescope

Skywatcher Skyliner 250PX Dobsonian Telescope£439.00

One of our most popular Dobsonian telescopes because it is generally considered to be the largest aperture solid tube Dobsonian that can still be comfortably setup and moved around the garden single-handed.

Skywatcher Explorer 200P EQ5 Telescope

Skywatcher Explorer 200P EQ5 Telescope£469.00

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The Sky-Watcher EXPLORER range are standard Newtonian reflectors of excellent quality ranging in aperture from a respectable 130mm to an incredible light-gulping 250mm aperture, catering for astronomers of all levels. 

   

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