National Geographic 76/350 Dobsonian Telescope
National Geographic 76/350 Dobsonian Telescope

National Geographic 76/350 Dobsonian Telescope

4.86 out of 5
(7 customer reviews)

£199 £145

If you're looking for a high quality telescope but don't want to pay a high price, the National Geographic 76/350 Dobsonian Telescope is the ideal choice for your needs. Very simple to operate, this telescope is a popular model for those who are just becoming familiar with stargazing, and it doesn't require any type of assembly prior to your first use, so it's a great gift idea. Once it's placed on a table or another flat surface, the reflecting telescope will open up the possibilities of observing the night sky right away. The telescope comes with all of the necessary accessories for operation and even includes a reference book and planetarium computer software.

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Product Description

 
What’s in the Box

  • Fully assembled telescope
  • 2 Eyepieces
  • Barlow lens
  • Moon Filter
  • Astronomy software CD

Specifications

  • Diameter: 76mm
  • Focal length: 350mm
  • Magnification: 18x-117x
  • Eyepieces: 6mm, 20mm
  • Barlow lens
  • Compass
  • Moon filter

Instruction Manual

Need help on using the National Geographic 76/350 telescope? Click HERE to download the instructional manual.

Video Demo

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7 reviews for National Geographic 76/350 Dobsonian Telescope

  1. Hiker
    5 out of 5

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    Nice starter telescope. After reading another reviewer state that he could see the rings of Saturn with this inexpensive scope, I immediately bought one for my son. He is really starting to get an interest in space, and growing up with an amateur astronomer father, I am overjoyed. It’s a nice starter telescope and has been really easy for him to use. I like that it doesn’t take up a lot of room and you can’t beat the price.

  2. PokeE
    5 out of 5

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    Nice telescope for the price. The accessory kit with it and the lenses are great. Able to see nice detail on the moon. Very Very nice for a first telescope.

  3. Andrew
    5 out of 5

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    I got mine elsewhere and honestly it can’t be better for this price. The eyepieces weren’t as bad as I expected, build is also very good. Some minor issues with optic quality are present but I won’t complain at this price. Btw it is extremely easy to use and is very small. Moon looked good on first light. I like it better than my old bran name goto scope as it is so small. May look at the bigger one from nat geo if it ever comes on special again…

  4. Mark
    5 out of 5

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    Have used other telescopes much larger,I’m surprised with this small one,it’s easy to use, good detail ,even Orion nebular is quite clear,Jupiter and it’s moons,nice. It’s the only telescope I have at the moment,I think I’ll keep it.

  5. Cesar Hidalgo
    5 out of 5

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    BEST TELESCOPE FOR BEGINNERS! Just to see my Daughter ‘s face , there is not enough stars to rate this telescope. It is a really nice tool for beginners.

  6. Diceter "DiceMan"
    5 out of 5

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    gets us outside and looking at the moon and the planets with my niece and nephew (9 and 7), they absolutely love it

  7. Tridaddyyof3
    4 out of 5

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    Great Telescope for the price. This telescope is very powerful considering its size and my 8 year old soon loves it. I think a tripod mounted telescope would be easier on an adult to maneuver, but my son seems to find it easy to use.

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