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  1. 15 X 70mm SkyMaster

    The Celestron 15 x 70mm SkyMaster is a surprisingly economical tool for revealing the splendors of the heavens at night and the intricate secrets of distant wildlife during the day . . .
  2. Celestron 25 X 70mm SkyMaster

    The Celestron 25 x 70mm SkyMaster gives you seriously high power at a surprisingly low price . . .
  3. Celestron 8X56mm SkyMaster DX

    The Celestron 8 x 56mm SkyMaster DX is an ideal tool for astronomical viewing. While it offers bright and sharp celestial views on its own for spur-of-the-moment observing, it also makes a good wide-field observing complement to the narrower field of a telescope . . .
  4. 25 X 100mm SkyMaster

    Make no mistake about it. At 157 ounces (9 lbs., 13 oz.), Celestron's 25 x 100mm SkyMaster is a big binocular, in weight as well as performance. At its modest price, it is also a startlingly economical big binocular . . .
  5. Celestron 9X63mm SkyMaster DX

    The sharp and bright Celestron 9 x 63mm SkyMaster DX is a smart choice for wide field/low power astronomical views of galaxies, nebulas, and star clusters for those times when you don't have the energy to haul out your telescope for only a half hour or so of observing . . .
  6. 20 X 80mm SkyMaster

    Celestron's SkyMaster 20 x 80mm binocular is a surprising astronomical performer for such a reasonably priced instrument, with a wide field light-gathering capacity equal to two 3.1" rich field telescopes, one for each eye . . .
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