- PowerSeeker 80 mm (3.15-inch) Refractor (Short) Telescope
- Fast f/5 Focal Ratio
- Includes Mount & Tripod
- Fast Tool-Free Set-Up
- Multi-Coated Optics
- 2 Year Warranty!
Celestron PowerSeeker 80AZS Telescope
The PowerSeeker 80AZS Telescope by Celestron is an 80 mm (3.15-inch) Aperture Refractor (Short model) telescope on an Alt-Azimuth Mount and Tripod.
Celestron PowerSeeker telescopes open up the wonders of the universe to the aspiring astronomer. The PowerSeeker 80AZS 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 PowerSeeker telescope series has the ideal choice for an affordable and high-quality telescope that will provide many hours of enjoyment.
The PowerSeeker 80AZS is quick and easy to set up, even for the novice, with a tool-free assembly. The sturdy, collapsible alt-azimuth mount is perfectly suited for terrestrial viewing as well as astronomical use. No matter when you're observing, you'll get bright, sharp views from PowerSeeker's fully coated glass optical components.
OPT Product Number: CE-21087
- Celestron's PowerSeeker 80 mm (3.15-inch) Refractor (Short) OTA
- PowerSeeker Alt-Azimuth Mount
- Tripod with Adjustable Aluminum Legs
- Accessory Tray/ Spreader
- 5 x 24 Optical Finder
- 1.25-inch Star Diagonal: Erect Image
- 1.25-inch Eyepiece: 20 mm, 18x magnification
- 2 Year Telescope Warranty
Questions & AnswersAsk a Question
Is the objective fully multi-coated ? What is the length of the tripod/mount when collapsed?
According to Celestron, the optics are fully coated, not fully multi-coated. The tripod legs are ~29" long plus ~5" for the yoke with the telescope removed for a total length of around 34".
Can you change the angeled eyepiece to a horizontal one for better terrestrial viewing usining for an iPad viewing adapter
No, though the diagonal can be rotated to be horizontal position, but it will still be angled off to one side slightly. You can replace the diagonal with a 90 degree version, but you need some sort of diagonal installed to reach focus.