Are you having trouble seeing the crosshairs in your finder at night? By using an adjustable-intensity red LED, the Orion 9x50 Illuminated Finder Scope with Bracket makes it easy. Features multi-coated achromatic optics and adjustable focus
Attach two different aiming devices to your telescope quickly and easily with the Orion Dual Finder Scope Mounting Bracket. Use any combination of finder scope, reflex sight, green laser pointer bracket, mini guide scope, without having to use tools.
Do you have an Orion finder scope that you want to mount on your non-Orion telescope? This dovetail base for Orion finder scopes lets you do just that. The aluminum base fits any diameter tube. Not for use on Schmidt-Cassegrain telescopes.
Do you have a non-Orion telescope and want to attach an Orion finder scope? This Schmidt Cassegrain Base fits the factory drilled holes on Meade, Celestron, and Orion Schmidt-Cassegrain telescopes so you can attach your Orion Finder scope.
Need for a good way to start identifying constellations? The Orion Star Target Planisphere is the perfect telescope accessory! Designed for 30-50 deg North latitude and includes simple instructions and viewing tips. Just dial in the date and time!
If you are an avid astronomer you know that you should always use red light instead of white to help protet your night vision. The Orion RedBeam II LED Flashlight has adjustable brightness which lets you observe without ruining your night vision.
For cleaning the lenses in your telescope or binocular, the Orion Microfiber Optics Cleaning Cloth lifts dirt, fingerprints, water and oil from surface without scratching, streaking or smearing delicate lens surfaces. The cloth is machine washable.
Since 1975 Orion Telescopes & Binoculars has been offering telescopes for sale direct to customers, with an unswerving commitment to best quality products, value and unmatched customer care. Our 100% satisfaction guarantee says it all.
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