Excerpt: I compare this Binoculars with a 10" Reflector Astrograph Telescope i own, using a 21.5 mm Eyepiece, the difference is that i use both eyes,if you are a begginner i fully recommend you this product. You should use a tripod not so expensive for steady views. It is a stándard quality for a low Price.
Excerpt: After reading many online reviews and comparing prices and features, I settled on the Celestron SkyMaster 25 x100 for its lenses, its magnification and its price. These are not for taking on a trail. They are large and heavy - a little clunky-looking actually- and require a steady tripod.
Pros: Case, Close Focus, Price, Quality Lenses, Strong Construction, Waterproof
Excerpt: I purchased my Celestron 25 x 100 binoculars from B &H and mounted them on a tripod rated for 10 lbs. I use them for astronomy and can see ORION and the Horsehead nebula very well as well as the moons that orbit Jupiter and the rings around Saturn.
Excerpt: I shoot High Power rifle. At 600 yards the spotting disc appears to be right in front of you. The Great Galaxy in Andromeda is awesome! Mars, Antares, Betelgeuse, and Mars all look like red stoplights. A full moon view is fantastic and nearly blinding.
Pros: Great for casual user, M31 and M33 UP C LOSE, Quality Lenses, Sharp vision to lens edge, Strong Construction, Well worth the low price, Works Well With Glasses
Excerpt: Weight and bulk are the downsides. But unless you have $125,000 dollars to buy the Fujinon in this class....Yes there are better products in this class, but unless you are very serious and spend a lot of lens time, these will do just fine for 99+% of users.Now, if we can just get some clear night...
Pros: For most hell of a deal, No Not 125000 Fujinon, Quality Lenses, Strong Construction, Very good at price point, Works Well With Glasses