Reviews and Problems with Celestron Skymaster 20x80
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I am very happy to acquire this item that is so good in quality and cost.
7 January 2014
Summary: I bought 10*40 Nikon binocular 2yrs ago. It has very good quality in sharpness and blightness. but I wanted more magnification so bought this SkyMaster 20*80 with the question about the quality of it. but I am very satisfied with the SkyMaster in sharpness and blightness just as in Nikon, also in cost. So I recommend this item.
Summary: This series binoculars are made in china and carry at least 4 other names besides the celestron one. Stay away at all costs. The quality is sub par and makes them quite unusable brand new out of the box and only repairable for twice it's cost. Waste of precious materials.Celestron should be ashamed for putting their name on this terrible product. I tried 3 pairs and all bad. I'm done with these and the company,Never again.
Summary: These are great binoculars for terrestrial viewing or sky watching. You really need a tripod for celestial viewing. For the price, I think you can't beat them. I use them for terrestrial viewing, as a spotting scope, and for sky watching.
Summary: Good Bang for the Buck. This relatively light weight device delivers what it promises. Important that you buy a tripod, because it is impossible to hold it still due to its awesome magnification.
Summary: there nice for a beginner.but seems celestron is not good at quality contro.just about every pair needs to be collminated.better with a good pair of binos that work than ith something new thay doesnt work.displeased