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Celestron PowerSeeker Accessory Kit Telescope
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- 15 mm Kellner Eyepiece.9 mm Kellner Eyepiece.#80A Blue Planetary Filter.#25 Red Planetary Filter. Moon Filter. Micro Fiber Cloth.Plastic Carrying Case with Foam
- Fully-coated eyepieces for higher magnification.Planetary filters enhance details on Jupiter, Saturn, Mars and Venus
- Moon filter allows detailed views of the Moon especially during the brighter phases
- Carrying case fits all of the included items in the die-cut foam interior
- Micro fiber cloth safely cleans optics without scratching or leaving residue
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What’s in the carry case?
- 15 mm Kellner eyepiece - 1.25”
- 9 mm Kellner eyepiece - 1.25”
- #80A blue filter - 1.25”
- #25 red filter - 1.25”
- Moon filter - 1.25”
- Microfiber cleaning cloth
The PowerSeeker Accessory kit come complete with three filters; a moon filter, read, and blue filter. The moon filter helps to block out some of the moonlight providing more detail to your lunar view. The red and blue filters enhance colors highlights features on planets like Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn.
Say Hello to the PowerSeeker Accessory Kit
This seven-piece accessory kit will surely enhance the performance of your Celestron PowerSeeker! The PowerSeeker accessory kit includes: two full size 1.25” eyepieces, three eye piece filters, a cleaning cloth, and a foam lined case to house all of the aforementioned items.
Featuring two eyepieces, this give gives new view options for powerseeker telescopes, as well as, other telescopes that have a 1.25 inch focuser.
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The PowerSeeker Accessory Kit is designed to enhance the functionality and pleasure of using your Celestron telescope. This kit may also be used with many other telescope brands that accept 1.25” eyepieces and filters.
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The accessory kit arguably has a better selection of lenses for use with my telescope, as they do not tread so close to the magnification limit of the scope, and are a higher quality lens then the ones included included with the telescope.The blue filter, and the moon are also quite useful as well, but the red filter makes the image very dim, and works better with a larger lens like the 15mm that is included.I live in a small rural town, so I suspect light pollution also plays a role here.
I personally wish I had purchased this kit at the same time as the telescope.The kit is a must have for a beginner starting out with a small aperture Celestron Telescope.The kit even comes with a very nice logo lens clothe.The only complaint I can offer is that these two lenses were not standard with the Powerseeker 127EQ instead of the 20, and 4mm.If you own a 127EQ, you will be surprised at the difference in quality the first time you use the lenses in the kit, and for the crazy low price that they are offered.
took some amazing photos of the moon this this set. The Filters are also nice! attached is a photo of the moon using the 15MM with blue lens (photo was taken by carefully placing my phone up to the eye piece)