SkyWatcher 130/650 AZ-Go2 Explorer Reflector Telescope

  • AZ-Go2 Mount
  • 130mm Aperture
  • 650mm Focal Length
  • Smartphone Adapter
  • Red Dot Finderscope
  • 10 and 25mm Super Plossl Eyepieces
  • 5 Year Sky-Watcher Limited Warranty
    SkyWatcher 130/650 AZ-Go2 Explorer Reflector Telescope

    The Sky-Watcher 130/650 Reflector Telescope is a fantastic choice for beginners and those who want a hassle-free observing experience. The Newtonian-Refelctor design has a superb Parabolic optics and provides excellent all-around performance for both the observation of the moon, planets and deep sky objects. Its "Bright Object" alignment mode makes aligning the mount a breeze. The computerized SynScan system takes your stargazing to the next level by automatically pointing and tracking over 42,000 celestial objects.

    The AZ-Go2 Mount is a standout feature, as it can be controlled via WiFi using iOS and Android devices and is compatible with the SynScan hand controller for precise tracking and alignment. You can effortlessly control the telescope wirelessly with your smartphone or tablet, making your stargazing experience even more enjoyable.

    AZ-Go2 mount features:
    • Wi-Fi GOTO
    • DC12V Voltage
    • 1.3kg Mount Weight
    • DC Motor

    In the box:
    • 130/650mm Newtonian
    • AZ-Go2 Mount
    • Smartphone Adapter
    • 10 and 25mm Super Plossl Eyepieces – 1.25″ Barrel
    • Red Dot Finderscope
    • Power Requirement: 12v DC Power Supply (Tip Positive) or AA Batteries (not supplied)
    • Stainless Steel Tripod with Accessory Tray
    More Information
    Brand SkyWatcher
    Barcode 9334046009538
    Telescope Type Newtonian-Reflector
    Aperture Size 130mm
    Focal Length 650mm
    Focal Ratio f/5
    Highest Practical Magnification 260x
    Finderscope Red Dot
    Eyepieces 1.25″ Super Possl 25mm and 10mm
    Mount Type AZ-GT Mount
    Tripod Steel
    Warranty 5 Years Warranty
    User Level For Beginners
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