Celestron PowerSeeker 80EQ Telescope on Clearance at OpticsPlanet!October 27, 2009
OpticsPlanet and Celestron have something major in common: they both lead their industries in providing supreme levels of innovation in astronomy products. Throughout the world, Celestron telescopes have become the “telescope of choice” for the educated consumer, and a wonderful amateur telescope for those just entering the world of astronomy. The clearance page of Optics Planet currently holds one of their masterful sport optic creations that will have you exploring the galaxies for light years to come.
On clearance at OpticsPlanet for a limited time is the Celestron Powerseeker 80eq telescope. This telescope package consists of the PowerSeeker 80EQ Telescope, and the Celestron Motor Drive, so you will immediately be able to view your first, or favorite, celestial body. Designed to give the first-time buyer the perfect combination of quality, value, features, and power, the Celestron PowerSeeker will make you feel like the Ferdinand Magellan of the stars. With its easily assembled 80 mm German Equatorial refractor, this Celestron refractor telescope places you at the bow of the ship towards endless space navigation. Its length allows you to experience 78% brighter images than a 60 mm telescope and the 3x Barlow lens triples the magnifying power of each eyepiece. The powerful and portable telescope is motorized and eliminates the possibility of bumping or shaking while focusing. All of these great features can be found in the Celestron PowerSeeker 80EQ Refractor Telescope.
Celestron and OpticsPlanet work hand in hand to deliver the highest quality optics available at unbelievable prices. Our clearance, rebates, closeouts, and deals of the week pages are packed with binoculars, telescopes, sunglasses, rifle scopes, radar guns, and much more. You do not need coupons to save in our store, but is there such thing as an OpticsPlanet coupon code? Of course! Sign up for our newsletter and receive OpticsPlanet.com coupon codes sent directly to you. At OpticsPlanet, what more could you ask for?