What to look for with Kids Telescopes:
- Aperture: Aperture is one of the most important features of a telescope. The higher the aperture, the more light gets captured to let you see images bigger and better.
- Type of Telescope: Kids Telescopes are usually either a reflector or a refractor. A Reflector gives you the most amount of detail for your dollar. They tend to have larger apertures than refractors. A Refractor is the most hassle-free type of telescope. They are what most people think telescopes should look like with their long thin tubes.
- Size: Bigger is always better! BUT if you intend to travel with this telescope, make sure that it is easy enough to carry from place to place. Be mindful that some telescopes will look heavier than they weigh.
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We provide kids' telescopes as part of our huge stock, perfect for introducing younger audiences to a fun and scientific hobby. These telescopes have been gathered together based on shared simplicity- being some of the easiest on the market. They are perfect for learning the basics of the field and are sure to engage the interest of young and intelligent audiences. Indeed, the simple and easy to use nature of these telescopes makes them supremely suited to the purpose of reaching out to spread interest in the field of astronomy, and a great tool for sharing just how beautiful space can be with the next generation! So if you're interested in starting on the field of astronomy yourself or helping someone else onto that path, please give our selection of kid-friendly telescopes a good look to find the best possible introduction to the wonders of space available.
- Most detail per dollar
- Larger apertures = better image
- Very little maintenance
- Lowest maintenance possible
- Easy to use