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Celestron Star Pointer Finderscope 51630
$12.95 $40.95 Save 68%
Code: CI-TA-51630
MPN: 51630
UPC: 050234516303

Celestron Star Pointer Finderscope 51630 Product Info

Celestron Star Pointer Finderscope 51630 is 1x, or unit powerimage Finder Scope designed so you can point your Celestron Telescope while scanning the sky with both eyes.

With Celestron Star Pointer Finder Scope finding objects couldn't be easier! A mirror lens projects the image of a LED illuminated pinpoint into the line of sight, providing you with a red dot of light to center on the object you want to view. Something like having a laser pointer that reaches into the sky, it greatly simplifies finding objects.

The brightness level is adjustable, and Celestron Star Pointer can be used during daytime observing as well. Celestron Star Pointer Finder Scope attaches to any Celestron Telescope easily.

Features of Celestron Star Pointer Finderscope:

  • Adjustable Brightness Level
  • Can be for Daytime Observing
  • Fits any Celestron Telescope

Package Contents:

  • Celestron Star Pointer Finder Scope 51630

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Customer Reviews
Helpful Positive Review An absolute must for point-and-shoot astronomy by Legacy Reviewer, July 25, 2007
This unit was one of the best accessories I've purchased for my spotting scope! "Sighting in" the unit was quick and simple. Once sighted in, any visible object was quickly placed in the field of view of my eyepieces! Aiming the scope between the ...
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Most Recent Review Better than the stock by Legacy Reviewer, September 27, 2013
This finderscope is better than what came with the Celestron C90 which worked but wasn't very good
1/2 found this helpful
Most Recent Review Nice enhancement for Celestron C90 by Legacy Reviewer, October 31, 2010
I wanted to replace the original finding scope with a light pointer system. This pointer scope mounted to existing holes in the C90 telescope. User must be careful to position the eye directly behind the spotting viewer so as not to get a distorted...
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