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Save 21% On Celestron AstroMaster 70AZ With This Black Friday Deal

If you’re looking for Black Friday telescope deals, then 21% off the Celestron AstroMaster 70AZ Refracting Telescope might be what you’re looking for.

Save 21% ($39.98 Off) (will open in a new tab) is timely because it means you can make a bargain purchase of a good beginner-friendly telescope ahead of the Black Friday hype. It’s at this time of the year, when we’re in the holiday season and Black Friday is fast approaching, that you can often find big discounts and really great deals on telescopes. Hopefully we’ll see some of the best telescopes on the market at a discount.

If you’re looking for something to inspire an aspiring astronomer, or if you want to try your hand at stargazing, this is the perfect telescope for you. It’s made with the usual Celestron quality, it’s lightweight and comes with a foldable tripod. If you want good views of the Moon and other planets, you can’t go wrong. Discover other great gifts and deals and check out our guides to the best binoculars, the best star projectors and the best space gifts and deals.

There’s a reason this telescope also features in our guides to the best budget telescopes under $500 and the best telescopes for kids. The Celestron AstroMaster 70AZ offers many benefits at such a low price, not least because it comes with fully coated glass optics, which means crisp images and no false colors.

The 70mm aperture means enough light can pass through the lens, making your view of a target in the night sky bright enough for the view, the weather, and the right conditions. The focal length is 900 mm, which means that this telescope is better suited for observing the moon and other planets, rather than star clusters and nebulae.

If that wasn’t enough to seduce you, there are plenty of add-ons that could seduce you. For your money, you also get two eyepieces to enhance your stargazing experience (20mm and 10mm), a fully foldable tripod, a red dot finder, free access to Starry Night software to help you pinpoint and study objects in the night sky, and two-year warranty. All this for less than $150, now is the time to make a bargain.

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