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Celestron's SkyMaster Series of large aperture binoculars are a phenomenal value for high performance binoculars ideal for astronomical viewing or for terrestrial (land) use - especially over long distances. Each SkyMaster model features high quality BAK-4 prisms and multi-coated optics for enhanced contrast. Celestron has designed and engineered the larger SkyMaster models to meet the special demands of extended astronomical or terrestrial viewing sessions.
Objective Diameter: 80 mm
Product Title: Celestron SkyMaster 20x80 Binocular
Power Score: 3.6 | 5 Reviews
Objective Diameter: 80 mm
Eye Relief: 17 mm
Weight: 5.87 lbs
URL: Manufacturer Link
Warranty Information: Lifetime
Product Type: Binocular
Frequency Band: Integrated tripod adapter rod for ultra-stable tripod mounting Protective rubber covering for ultra-firm grip Four-element objective lens
Brand Name: Celestron
Angular Field of View: 3.2 Real
Linear Field of View: 167.57 ft @ 3000 ft
Close Focus Distance: 80 ft
Focus Type: Center
Prism Type: BaK4
Maximum Exit Pupil: 4 mm
Maximum Eye Relief: 0.67"
Product Line: SkyMaster
Maximum Magnification: 20x
Prism Design: Porro
Maximum Angular Field of View (Real): 3
Maximum Field of View @ 1000 yd: 167.57 ft
Product Reviews (5)
Left prism had a big chip in the glass. Easy to spot with a small flashlight. Very poor quality control. Lost my confidence in Celestron. Adorama did a great job handling the return.
By Mark on Adorama - Jul 16, 2012
Don't buy without looking through
If you really want binoculars like these, pay more and look thru them before you buy. These came misaligned and are pretty useless for astronomical work. They work fairly well on a tripod, watching wildlife that is not moving very fast.
By dealbow on Adorama - Feb 20, 2012
big value, small price
High power, low price, no sacrifice in quality. Simple.
By Al on Adorama - Nov 29, 2011
real crisp viewing
Dear Sir I own the same pair of binoculars what i did was ti take one of my tripods from a cheap telescope that i had bought and converted it to a tripod for the binoculars. This is how i did it to extend the legs high enough i bought alum. curtain rods [
By Rich on Adorama - Nov 14, 2010
I can see clearly now!
I am humbled every time I look into the sky at how immense the universe is. I have always wanted to look a little deeper, and have purchased a couple of cheap telescopes. I was disappointed and, I decided recently that I would try a pair of binoculars ins
By Eazyduzzit on Adorama - Jul 8, 2009