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Featured Reviews
iExplore 70AZ Refractor Telescope iExplore 70AZ Refractor Telescope
 5 stars
Bought this for my 7 year old grandson for his birthday. He was so excited because he is interested in the solar system (planet, stars, moon etc.) Just the right age for this type of gift. Bought this for my 7 year old grandson for his birthday. He was so excited because he is interested in the solar system (planet, stars, moon etc.) Just the right age for this type of gift. Having a ball this summer looking at the stars."..."  Read more
- Teresa in Haverhill, MA

Nature Eye Telescope Nature Eye Telescope
 4 stars
Fast delivery, great price and good quality..my grandsons have lots of fun watching the stars at night
- Mary in Park Hall, MD

AstroMaster 70AZ Refractor Telescope AstroMaster 70AZ Refractor Telescope
 5 stars
The scope is likely more for a novice, and it's super easy to set up and begin viewing without needing to enter view points or syncing with a gps or computer. The view site is great and my teen boysThe scope is likely more for a novice, and it's super easy to set up and begin viewing without needing to enter view points or syncing with a gps or computer. The view site is great and my teen boys enjoy it for seeking animals on the mountain and star gazing at night."..."  Read more
- Bambi in Fairfax Station, VA

AstroMaster 130EQ Reflector Telescope AstroMaster 130EQ Reflector Telescope
 4 stars
This is my first telescope, it looks slick with the black and dark blue with the metallic orange highlights, the eq mount is pretty sturdy and a must to make following objects in the sky, only comesThis is my first telescope, it looks slick with the black and dark blue with the metallic orange highlights, the eq mount is pretty sturdy and a must to make following objects in the sky, only comes with two eyepieces was able to see Saturn's rings and moon looks incredible haven't been able to see Jupiter yet as it is in sky during daytime, I recommend this telescope if you are a beginner looking to try at astronomy, recommend getting better eyepieces I got a 4mm and a 2x Barlow which made the viewing experience much better, good starter reflector scope for reasonable price"..."  Read more
- Robert in Newcastle, ON

Buying Guides
Telescope and Binocular Buying Guide
Not sure what the difference is between a refracting telescope, a reflecting telescope, and a catadioptric telescope? This guide lays out how each one works, their size and maintenance, and what kind of mount you'll need.
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