Month: January 2020

SkyWatcher 6 Traditional Dobsonian Telescope Main

SkyWatcher 6” Dobsonian is one of our favorite telescopes in the market. It offers incredible value for the price. We recommend it to almost anyone.

Meade Polaris 80 EQ Refractor Telescope Main

Planetary and Lunar images this telescope provides are enough to mesmerize any beginner. Especially for the ones who are living near big cities.
But the mount is hard to use and wobbly.


Orion StarMax 90 is an excellent telescope for viewing the Moon and major planets such as Saturn and Jupiter. Its optics are perfect for high magnifications. But unfortunately, it comes with a downside.

Orion SkyScanner 100mm is one of the cheapest, well-made telescopes you can get.

Orion StarBlast 4.5 Astro Reflector Telescope Main

Orion StarBlast 4.5 Astro is a classic beginner’s model. This is no surprise since it is well-built, convenient and easy-to-use.

Meade Polaris 130 Main 2

Meade Polaris 130 is one of the best starter telescopes thanks to its good quality optics and grab-and-go design.

Meade Polaris 127

Although Meade Polaris 127 seems promising, it is not nearly as good as you might think. Just get its older brother, Polaris 130.

Meade Infinity 102mm AZ Refractor Telescope

Meade Infinity 102 is a great telescope for beginners. It is easy-to-use, portable and its optics are surprisingly good.

Meade Infinity 90mm AZ Refractor Telescope Main 2

Meade Infinity 90 is one of the best refractors at this price range, if not the best. The combination of the long focal length and 90mm aperture simply provides great planetary and lunar performance.

Meade Infinity 80 provides great optical power and portability for its price. But it comes with its downsides such as a plastic mount and short optical tube.