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National Geographic 76/700 EQ Reflector Telescope

  • For Both Terrestrial and Celestial Use
  • All Coated Glass Optics
  • Quick and Easy Setup
  • Fully Equipped with Accessories
  • Astronomy Software Included
  • 2 Years Limited Warranty
  • SKU: NAT-9011000
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    Regular Price: $259.95

    Sale Price $239.95

    Retail Price $275.00

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    National Geographic 76/700 EQ Reflector Telescope

    Incorporated with Bresser Optics, National Geographic is proud to present a new high quality optics line made for performance and value. As a non-profit organization, all the net proceed from the sale of National Geographic Optics will support more than 10,000 vital exploration, conservation, research and education programs that make us understand the world better. Your Purchase will helps this work possible.

    The National Geographic 76/700 Reflector Telescope EQ with a 76-mm aperture will be delivered with all the accessories you need for sky observations, like a tripod, eyepieces and a viewfinder. You can even observe interesting things during daylight in your environment with the included erecting lens.

    *Please note, the image through all finder scopes will be upside down.

    In The Box:
  • Telescope with tripod
  • 3 Eyepieces - 9mm, 12.5mm, 25mm
  • 3x Barlow Lens
  • 5x24 Viewfinder
  • 1.5x Erecting lens
  • Moon filter
  • Astronomy Software CD
  • User Manual
  • Specification

    Additional Info

    Art. No: 90-11000
    Optical System Reflector
    Mirror Diameter 76mm
    Focal Length 700mm
    Magnification 28x-233x
    Mount Equatorial
    Viewfinder 5x24
    Manufacturer National Geographic
    Recommended Usage Viewing the Moon
    User Level For the Beginner


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    A brilliant piece of equipment for the beginner (or more advanced !!!! ((which I am not yet )) - Review by
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    I bought 2 .................... cant wait to get the grandkids involved....
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    Pros: light, easy to carry, price, portability

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    I brought this telescope for my partner and he absolutely loves it. Couldn't believe how clear the moon was looking thru it. Fast delivery and exactly what i ordered. Definetly buy thru OzScopes again
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    Pros: light, price, portability

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    What can I say! Great service, great price, my 10 yr old daughter absolutely loves it.
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    Pros: light, price, portability

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    awesome product, just what i needed for a first telescope
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    Pros: price, user friendly, Cheap

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    I wasn't really sure what to expect for this kindly new brand when i bought, but i am very happy with the built quality, the prompt delivery also surprise me, thanks guys!
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    Pros: Accurate, Good price, portable

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    National Geographic Limited Warranty

    Bresser-National Geographic® warrants this new precision optical product to be free of original defects in materials and/or workmanship for the length of time specified by this product. This warranty does not include damage caused by abuse, improper handling, installation, maintenance, normal wear-and-tear, unauthorized repairs or modifications and tampering in anyway. This warranty is limited to the original purchaser and is not transferable.

    In the event of a defect within 30 days, the defective unit must be packed carefully and sturdily to prevent damage in transit, and returned to the OZHut. Beyond 30 days, Please call our Customer Service for more details.

    This product will either be replaced or repaired at the discretion of the warrantor. If it's a discontinued item, we will replace the product with an equivalent product. Should the repair not be covered by this warranty, an estimate will be sent for your approval. Non-warranty repairs or refurbishing of your optical products are always provided at a reasonable cost.

    Bresser-National Geographic® shall not be liable for any consequential, incidental and/or contingent damages whatsoever. We will not pay shipping, insurance or transportation charges from you to us, or any import fees, duties and or taxes. This warranty supersedes all previous warranties.


    Would the National Geographic 76/700 EQ Reflector Telescope be ok for a 1st telescope for a 5 year old. She is at least hoping to see Mars Cheers Peter
    Although the National Geographic 76/700 EQ Reflector Telescope is a great beginners scope, the aperture is only 76mm which means the images of deep space objects like planets and nebula would be quite small. I would suggest getting something with a bigger aperture like the Saxon 1149EQ Newtonian Reflector Telescope for only $249.95 plus delivery as this has also a bigger focal length of 900mm instead of the 700mm on the National Geographic. Both are on Equatorial mounts so work the same but the saxon has more power.

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