Reviews and Problems with Celestron AstroMaster 70AZ
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Nothing special, decent starter scope.
SarkyDuzIt, Orion Telescopes & Binoculars
11 February 2014
Excerpt: Received this as my first ever scope and its not bad, but not anything special really. Really the main thing you will be viewing with this is the moon, which you can actually get some good detail with. Jupiter can also be seen but is less detailed though i can make out some rings.
Pros: Accurate, Compact, Easy to Use, Lightweight
Cons: Difficult To Focus, Poor Lens Quality, Unstable
Excerpt: Bought this telescope for my 6 yr old God Son's birthday. He loves it. The moons of Jupiter and the rings of Saturn really excited him. For an entry level scope, I highly recommend this one for the kids!
Pros: Easy to Use, Lightweight, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I use the product for close objects such as the Moon, Venus, Mars, and Jupiter. Whats great is it so much clearer than my other telesope that I paid 3 times more for. What I don't like is the tightening handle for lateral movement, it doesn't work too great.
Pros: Accurate, Quality Lenses, Strong Construction
Summary: Not quite as easy to see the stars as we thought. Although it wasn't expected to be a plug and play item, it did take a lot of understanding the instructions given before we can get any enjoyment out of it,.
Summary: I am a complete beginner and found this telescope easy to put together and to use. It was very reasonably priced compared to others in the same range area. I cannot comment on its technical side very much but can say that its opened up the heavens to me and I'm sure it won't be long before I'll be...
Summary: Telescope arrived on time ,easy to assemble, more useful to use during the day rather than a telescope to see the stars at night. I would suggest it would be ideal for a childs first telescope ,it soon has you wishing you went for a bigger version.Value for money .