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Refractors

A no frills, dependable and economical telescope package

Posted by Justin Dildine 10/15/2006 12:00AM

To a person who'd known only an alt-az mounted 60mm dept. store scope with plastic Ramsden and Huygens .965" eyepieces, the AstroView 90 seemed like a piece of heaven.

Orion 120mm f/8.3 Refractor OTA

Posted by Michael Tencza 10/09/2006 12:00AM

Quality at a Very Reasonable Level Price

Meade 102 ED/APO

Posted by peter james 09/05/2006 12:00AM

A beginner's perspective

Celestron 80ED "Spotting scope"

Posted by Ed Moreno 07/24/2006 12:00AM

Celestron 80ED "Spotting scope"

Charge of the "Light" Brigade.

TAMING THE WILD 8” F6 ACHROMAT

Posted by Doug Peterson 07/17/2006 08:56AM

TAMING THE WILD 8” F6 ACHROMAT

The TMB-Designed telescope from APM, mated to the Aries Chromacor

The Volkswagen Beetle of Telescopes

Posted by david elosser 06/16/2006 12:00AM

The Volkswagen Beetle of Telescopes

This 'Hawk gives its new owner a stellar performance!

Megrez ED triplet APO versus megrez Fluorite Doublet

Posted by fred hissink 06/10/2006 11:20AM

Megrez ED triplet APO versus megrez Fluorite Doublet

Two brothers meet on a dark night...

STELLARVUE NIGHTHAWK BV (aka SV80BV)

Posted by Jim Carpenter 06/09/2006 12:00AM

STELLARVUE NIGHTHAWK BV (aka SV80BV)

A Binoviewer-Friendly Adaptation of the Stellarvue SV80/9D

William Optics ZS110

Posted by Kurt Friedrich 06/08/2006 10:45PM

William Optics ZS110

Very nicely filling a big hole between the affordable small refractors and the very expensive 130mm triplets.

Small Scope Nirvana: The TeleVue-76 APO Refractor

Posted by Michael Aaron McNeely 04/25/2006 12:00AM

Small Scope Nirvana: The TeleVue-76 APO Refractor

The TeleVue-76 is a substantial upgrade in comparison to my older TeleVue Pronto. The TeleVue-76 is one of the finest small scopes available.

William Optics 80mm APOGRADE Fluorite Doublet

Posted by Timm Bottoni 03/27/2006 12:00AM

William Optics 80mm APOGRADE Fluorite Doublet

If you have an 80mm WO Megrez or ZenithStar refractor (or compatible other model), but now find yourself with APO Fever, here's your chance to upgrade to an APO Fluorite Doublet.

William Optics ZenithStar 105 Ed Triplet APO

Posted by Chris Provost 01/28/2006 08:17AM

William Optics ZenithStar 105 Ed Triplet APO

A 105mm APO with Rings, a 2" Dielectric diagonal, a red dot finder and a nice case for under $2000.00.

Celestron NexStar 102 SLT, The Perfect Grab And Go? - Almost

Posted by Tom McDonough 01/02/2006 12:00AM

Celestron NexStar 102 SLT, The Perfect Grab And Go? - Almost

With children, busy schedules, and long drives to dark skies, many of us want the ideal grab and go scope for quick backyard observing. The new Celestron NexStar 102 SLT comes very close to achieving the goal of a decent aperture, lightweight, easy to use telescope. It falls short in a few but easy correctable ways.

America's "Nano" Refractor: The Stellervue F50 Finder Scope

Posted by Preston Smith 12/31/2005 12:00AM

America's "Nano" Refractor: The Stellervue F50 Finder Scope

Nicknamed the "Sparrow Hawk" this little refractor was designed to be the best 50mm finder on the market. But this little raptor has spread its wings and for many has become a travel scope, guide scope, spotting scope and so much more!