All around the world, Celestron SkyMaster binoculars are synonymous with stargazing. From the largest public star parties to small backyard observing sessions, SkyMaster 20x80 giant binoculars are a common sight on the star field and have become a favorite tool for amateur astronomers of all ages. These easy-to-use binoculars offer bright, stunning views of the night sky at a budget-friendly price.
Huge aperture reveals dazzling detail
Many new stargazers begin their exploration of the night sky with basic astronomical binoculars. The larger SkyMaster 20x80 a great choice when you are ready to step up to even larger aperture. Imagine panning across the Milky Way with these giant binoculars mounted on a tripod. Large astronomy binoculars like these are ideal for viewing wide field objects like open star clusters. They even offer enough light gathering ability to view the moons of Jupiter and rings of Saturn! What’s more, astronomy binoculars offer a great way to get yourself acquainted with the night sky and the locations of all these popular celestial objects in relation to one another.
High-end features for maximum versatility
In addition to the large 4-element lenses, SkyMaster binoculars feature BaK-4 prisms and multiple layers of optical coatings to enhance light transmission, image brightness, and clarity.
Although the name SkyMaster suggests celestial viewing, you’ll be surprised how often you reach for your SkyMaster 20x80 during the day. They’re great for long range glassing over land to view wildlife or boats on the water.
SkyMaster 20x80 Fast Facts:
- Soft case included
- Water resistant
- Integrated tripod adapter in center support bracket
- BaK-4 porro prisms
- Multi-coated optics for sharp, clear views
- Large aperture perfect for low-light conditions and stargazing
- Diopter adjustment for fine focusing
- 4-element objective lens for ultra-sharp focus across the field of view
- No-fault lifetime warranty
Available for shipment to the USA and Canada only.
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Field of View at 1000 Yards
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