August 10, 2022

Save up to £70 on Celestron telescopes in these stellar deals at Wex Photo Video

Save up to £70 on Celestron telescopes in these stellar deals at Wex Photo Video
Save up to £70 on Celestron telescopes in these stellar deals at Wex Photo VideoSave up to £70 on Celestron telescopes in these stellar deals at Wex Photo Video

Skywatching can be an expensive hobby but that doesn’t mean you always have to fork out a fortune on some superb stargazing equipment. That’s right, there are some great deals on Celestron telescopes right now. 

Wex Photo Video have up to £70 off on select Celestron Astromaster telescopes, perfect for those looking to save money and get crystal clear images of the moon and planets. Of course, it’s not just the saving but the quality of telescope that impresses us, so if you’re in the market for some new equipment, now could be the perfect time to grab a deal.

If you are looking for a deal on Celestron telescopes then be sure to check out our Celestron telescope and binoculars deals guide. You can also check out our telescope deals guide for a broader range of products. Binoculars can offer great views of the night sky too, and are typically cheaper than binoculars, so it could be worth checking out our binoculars deals guide too.

Both of the telescopes below are better suited for beginners and less experienced astronomers. and are excellent choices, depending on what you want from your stargazing experience. 

Both telescopes come with “The SkyX – First Light Edition” astronomy software with a database containing a database of over 10,000 objects, printable sky maps and 75 enhanced images. The software is ideal for anyone who’s starting out or isn’t sure what to look for when stargazing. 

Celestron is one of the most popular makers of telescopes on the market and are well known for making quality equipment. These telescopes are no exception because of their quick and easy set up, the magnification abilities and aperture sizes mean even novice stargazers will have crystal clear views of the deep-sky targets they wish to see.

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