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Bresser Junior 60/700 AZ-S Telescope


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The Bresser Junior 60/700telescope is also a complete system for the exploration of the universe, bundled with a tripod and all the neccessary accessories
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With a lens aperture of 60 mm the Bresser Junior 60/700 telescope already collects about 30 percent more light than a telescope with a 50 mm aperture. This telescope is also a complete system for the exploration of the universe, bundled with a tripod and all the neccessary accessories. It even allows for high magnifications to explore lunar craters in detail. An additional mounted finder scope makes it easier to locate the objects in the sky. With the erecting lens many exciting things in the environment can be observed during daylight. With the height-adjustable tripod, the telescope can be brought to the most convenient height for small or tall observers. The supplied star diagonal ensures a comfortable viewing. Great for exploring the moon and planets such as Saturn, Mars and Jupiter. . With the included erecting prism you can get a non-reversed, upright image for use during the day for terrestrial observation. 


  • Optical Design: Fraunhofer refractor telescope (two-lens achromatic refractor) 

  • Lens diameter: 60 mm 

  • Focal length / aperture: 700 mm / F11, 7 

  • Theoretical resolution in arc seconds: 1.9 

  • Recommended maximum magnification: 120x 

  • Eyepiece barrel diameter: 24.5 mm 

  • 1 Finder scope: 5x24 

  • Optical tube dimensions: 680 mm length, 90 mm diameter

  • Optical tube weight: 0.6 kg 

  • Stand-height: continuously adjustable from 67 cm to 120 cm 

  • Tripod material: aluminum 

  • Batteries: not required 

  • Control: manual 

  • Colour: white/black 

  • Total weight: 1.3 kg 


  • Refractor telescope 

  • Azimuthal mount with a convenient handle 

  • Continuously adjustable aluminum tripod 

  • 5x24 finder telescope 

  • Two eyepieces: 4 mm (175x magnification) and 20 mm (35x magnification) 

  • 90° diagonal 

  • Erecting lens for upright and unreversed image

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