flextube 300 dobsonian 12 inch collapsible large aperture

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Sky Watcher Flextube 300 Dobsonian 12-inch Collapsible Large Aperture Telescope Portable, Easy to Use, Perfect for Beginners, White/Black (S11740) Review:Sky-Watcher SynScan GoTo Dobsonian SkyNewsFeb 03, 2014 · We tested the 12.5-inch model, thinking this to be the most popular choice for avid deep-sky observers. At $1,700, it is a bargain for a GoTo telescope of this aperture a 12-inch Schmidt-Cassegrain goes for $3,600 or more. But be warned:As with any large telescope, this is a hefty item.

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The exciting new Sky-Watcher Dobsonian SynScan series is precision engineered instrument that will allow you to easily find and enjoy viewing night sky treasures, such as Planets, Nebulae, Star Clusters, Galaxies and much more. With its patented collapsible tube design, these Dobsonians are truly the ultimate in portab SkyWatcher FlexTube 250P SynScan Collapsible Telescope Feb 08, 2021 · The collapsible feature saves you approximately 12 of space. Even retracted, its still a long OTA and with accessories attached, its not very lightweight weighing in at 33 lbs. The base is 39 lbs, so transporting the Flextube proves to be about the same as transporting a traditional Dob with the only benefit of the tube collapsing down Top 10 Best 8 Inch Dobsonian Telescope in 2021 (Buying Sky Watcher Flextube 300 Dobsonian 12-inch Collapsible Large Aperture Telescope Portable, Easy to Use, Perfect for Beginners, White/Black (S11740) More Info and Images $ 2,628.00 in stock

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Before you buy Sky Watcher Flextube 300 Dobsonian 12-inch Collapsible Large Aperture Telescope Portable Easy to Use Perfect for Beginners White/Black S11 get notified about price changes in Sky-Watcher 12" f/5 Flextube Dobsonian Telescope - S11740Sky-Watcher 12" f/5 Flextube Dobsonian Telescope. The Sky-Watcher 12" f/5 Flextube Dobsonian Telescope is a big gun. If you are shooting for well resolved, elusive 12th-magnitude fuzzies, you now have the power. In fact, a very significant wow-factor extends down to viewing the stuff people usually concentrate on with 8" and 10" telescopes.