Choosing the right Telescope

When you want to buy your first telescope, there are a lot of factors you should consider: 

In general, there is no THE BEST scope that you can buy. Just go with what fits into your budget, gives you the best value, and is easy to use for you. Also, there are commercially manufactured telescopes (they are real telescopes but materials used are of low quality/ substandard so it can be sold for a profit) and scientifically manufactured scopes (more expensive but the parts, optics, etc are manufactured with precision and specifically for use in astronomy). Needless to say, if you are serious about astronomy go for the scientifically manufactured ones and avoid the commercially manufactured ones. Also know that if your interest in astronomy grows in future, you will want to upgrade no matter how good a scope you currently own,  because there is only so much any scope can do. 

Our Recommendations

Celestron Astromaster 70AZ Refractor Telescope

National Geographic 70AZ Telescope

Bresser Messier 5 and 6 inch Dobsonian Telescopes

Celestron Powerseeker 70 AZ and 60 AZ Telescope

50 mm Refractor Telescope for Kids

114mm Reflector with 900mm Focal Length and Alt-Az Mount

Premium 76mm Reflector - Bestseller for Beginners with maximum accessories in its price range

Professional 150mm (6 inch) Newtonian Reflector with Dobsonian Mount

Professional 150mm (6 inch) Reflector Telescope with EQ Mount

Professional 70x700 Hybrid Refractor Telescope

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