TELMU – F36050M – High Quality Refractor Children Telescope – Educational

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TELMU – F36050M – High Quality Refractor Children Telescope – The children’s astronomy telescope is a learning toy that allows your child to explore a more beautiful universe, which enhances the child’s interest and knowledge of astronomy.

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Description

TELMU – F36050M – High-Quality Refractor Children Telescope – Educational In the Box
  • Telmu F36050M Children’s Telescope for Astronomy with H6 mm and H20 mm eyepieces
  • Ultra-Transparent Refractor
  • Portable Tripod

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

TELMU F60050M children’s telescope has 2 eyepieces. The H6 mm eyepiece is 60X, the H20 mm eyepiece is 18X; the focal length: 360 mm; the Aperture: 50 mm. With an authentic optical telescope, you can observe distant targets.

Fantastic toys

The children’s astronomy telescope is a learning toy that allows your child to explore a more beautiful universe, which enhances the child’s interest and knowledge of astronomy.

Easy to carry

the Refractor telescope is made of lightweight ABS aluminium alloy, with a lightweight (36 cm) tripod and a main mirror dew shield, occupying a small space, suitable for travel and camping.

Observation comfort

The refractor telescope eyepiece for astronomy is equipped with a 45° diagonal prism that rotates the light around its vertical axis. The image in the eyepiece is a positive image for a more comfortable vision.

WIDE RANGE OF USES

Astronomy telescopes can be used in family education to satisfy children’s curiosity. They can also be used for long-range viewing, observing the environment, birds and animals.

PRODUCT INFORMATION

  • Item Package Dimensions – L x W x H ‎41.6 x 17.8 x 9 centimetres
  • Package Weight – ‎0.8 Kilograms
  • Item Weight ‎- 0.6 Kilograms
  • Brand – ‎TELMU
  • Max Focal Length – ‎360 Millimetres
  • Objective Lens Diameter – ‎50 Millimetres
  • Part number – ‎F36050M

 

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