Summary: For the price it is an excellent piece of gear. Good magnification, good focus. The waterproofing is important for outdoor operations. I would add a simple optic instead of a tube sighting scope. A red dot centered on an optical sighting scope would greatly speed up accurate target acquisition.
Excerpt: I tried to use this product down at the range but was extreamly dissapointed.The magnification on my rifle scope was more powerful and clear . on the second strongest setting it still was not not clear and at 200 meters I could not see the bullet holes but my scope on 14x was clearer
Excerpt: Lightweight high gain scope would be better if a sighting or aiming device were part of the frame. Very difficult to aim the scope at the lowest zoom of 26 with a field of view of only a degree or so. The eyepiece is set at an angle to the input direction making it even more difficult.
Summary: I recently purchased this scope to take to the rifle range and to check out some of the heavenly bodies at night. This little scope has a lot going for it, if you have any 1.25" telescope eyepieces, you can use them in this scope. The optical quality is about par for Celestron scopes.
this is pretty good and at the price I paid (£35) it's ...
4 September 2014
Summary: Don't get me wrong, this is pretty good and at the price I paid (£35) it's vastly better than a lot of things in the price area. Frankly it's better than a lot in the £70 area. The eye piece is a bit of a pain with a very narrow angle to try and get your eye in correctly and see something.
Summary: This is a nice little scope, I was originally looking at getting a larger spotting scope but decided that I wouldn't make the use of it. I use this scope for target archery and the odd bit of star gazing. At 75x the moon is incredibly clear, but Jupiter is still a white spot.