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Unfortunately Tasco Specialty 30x76mm Reflector Telescope 30076150 is no longer carried by OpticsPlanet.
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Tasco Specialty 30x 76mm Reflector Telescope 30076150 - A compact yet versatile reflectortelescope. Great for camping and land viewing.
Regardless of how you lead your life, if you've desired to peer into the heavens, Tasco has a telescope that can take you there. Tasco brings the heavens down to earth - which helps to keep things in perspective.
Specifications of Tasco Specialty 30 x 76mm Reflector Telescope 30076150:
It look like a toy. But This Is a real D-76mm by F-300 30x telescope, i have heard that there a 15x eyepeace out there. I don't know how, Or were to get it... Realy you don't need it. 30x is a great view. Realy Easy to use. I like to hold it and scan...
Well, what can I say? This telescope shows clear imaging and very simplistic eyepiece makes it easy to use. However, it's corkscrew style using 2 pins prohibits the use of other eyepieces. For planetary observation, 30x is adequate to view Jupiter...