The PowerSeeker 114 EQ Telescope by Celestron is a 114 mm (4.5-inch) Aperture Newtonian Reflector Telescope with an Equatorial Mount and Tripod.
Celestron's PowerSeeker telescopes are a great way to open up the wonders of the Universe for the aspiring astronomer. The PowerSeeker series is designed to give the first-time telescope user the perfect combination of quality, value, features, and power. Amateur astronomy is a great family hobby that can be enjoyed year-round, and Celestron's PowerSeekers are the ideal choice for families looking for an affordable and high-quality telescope that will provide many hours of enjoyment for children and adults alike.
PowerSeekers are quick and easy to set up - even for the novice. Enjoy the tool-free assembly! Their EQ models include sturdy equatorial mounts that are perfect for tracking objects in the night sky, and AZ models have collapsible alt-azimuth mounts that are perfectly suited for terrestrial viewing as well as astronomical use.
All of Celestron's PowerSeekers include a full range of eyepieces plus a 3x Barlow lens that provides an increase in viewing power hundreds of times greater than that of the unaided eye! PowerSeekers are designed and manufactured using all fully coated glass optical components with high transmission coatings for enhanced image brightness and clarity. Erect Image Optics are ideal for both terrestrial and astronomical use.
Locate and identify thousands of celestial objects on your laptop or PC with The Sky - Level 1 Software included FREE with every PowerSeeker model.
Celestron PowerSeeker 114 EQ Reflector Telescope Features
Easy to assemble 114 mm (4.5-inch) German Equatorial reflector telescope.
Pre-assembled aluminum tripod and accessory tray.
Slow-motion controls for smooth tracking.
3x Barlow lens triples the magnifying power of each eyepiece.
Includes two 1.25-inch eyepieces.
Includes CD-ROM The Sky - Level 1 Astronomy Software.
OPT Product Number: CE-21045
114 mm (4.5")
2 Year Warranty
Celestron's PowerSeeker 114 mm (4.5-inch) Aperture Newtonian Reflector OTA.
At first I was having a hard time setting it up but after reading over the instructions a few times I knew how to set it up. A quick YouTube search showed me how to use the equatorial mount and from then on I can easily look at stars and planets. It’s great!