- Brand Name: Celestron
- Model: 93588
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It sorta works but is made cheaply.
My only complaint is that the front cover does not hold on really well, and that the small sheet of transparent plastic in the front is not glued well to the casing.
This flashlight is great for amateur astronomy work because red light doesn't ruin your night vision like white light does.
works well on most charts, but the shape is a bit awkward to hold, and slightly bulky to be hung around neck.Published 15 hours ago by noneedtoknow
I back tape tape a Popsicle stick to it so I can hold it in my mouth as I look at what I'm working on.Published 3 months ago by Ken Hugill
I was hesitant to buy this item because of the wide variety of opinions concerning its quality. I decided to take a chance, and purchase it anyway, mainly due to the very economic... Read morePublished 4 months ago by T. R. Simonson
This is a decent night light to have around, not only for using when sky gazing, but for other things as well. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Herbert Lucki
It's an ok light. It is not very bright and can be difficult to read a map with, but the string cord is great for keeping it around your neck and always at hand if needed (versus... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Benjamin Short
The flashlight arrived today. I opened the box. Carefully pulled out the bubble wrap AND QUICKLY HEARD THE NOISE OF GLASS BREAKING. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Kevin M. Kelly
It came on time and in excellent condition. Now my sky maps reading and work with the Celestron SkyScout and Celestron Telescope can work hand in hand with a great more deal of... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Dorothy Bartosch
This little light is perfect for use with my telescope. It's light weight with adjustable brightness. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Granny Sandty
This flashlight is great for amateur astronomy work because red light doesn't ruin your night vision like white light does. I use it every time I star gaze!Published 13 months ago by Gretta Lonella