Reach for the stars with Celestron
Celestron has long been a US industry leader in optics, and pride themselves on their heritage and legacy. They continue to develop stunning products and create innovative technologies. In their history, they revolutionised the amateur telescope back in 1970, created the first ever digital microscope, and invented self-aligning technology for telescopes.
Not to mention that their telescopes have appeared on the show "The Big Bang Theory" and been used by Barack Obama in the White House during the "Galilean Nights" event.
From kids' telescopes and FirstScopes to telescopes designed for serious astronomers and backyard observatories, Celestron telescopes are made using the highest quality, innovation, and technology.
Designed for beginners, the Astromaster range features automatic tracking and an easy, no-tool setup. The dual-purpose design can be used for both terrestrial and celestial viewing, capable of giving great quality views of both land and sky. The series gives bright and clear images of the moon, planets, and even the moons of Jupiter.
For something more high-tech, the Celestron NexStar range offers a fully automated GoTo mount and SkyAlign technology, to get you up and running in no time.
For hunters and bird watchers to law enforcement and military personnel, the sports optics range from Celestron features binoculars, monoculars, and sporting scopes. The Cavalry series is great for outdoor use as it is waterproof, prevents internal fogging, and features a durable rubber outer for great grip.
The Hummingbird range, on the other hand, is ideal for bird watchers. The collection is small and lightweight, just like its namesake, ideal for taking with you on the go. The collection is protected against all weather conditions as well as any bumps and jolts while you're on the move.
From Celestron's entry-level microscopes to biological and digital microscopes, find what you're looking from the Celestron range.
The Amoeba range, for instance, is dual-purpose, and ideal for beginners. It can be used to view 3D specimens or microscope slides and even features a built-in camera to photograph your discoveries.