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Celestron's Skymaster 25x100 binoculars are just $219 this Prime Day

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Celestron's SkyMaster 25x100 Astro Binoculars are great for skygazers and sea-watchers alike, and this powerful pair of binoculars is 47% off for Amazon Prime Day

With a price tag of just $219 (down from  $419), the SkyMaster 25x100 binoculars are nearly half off. They have ultra sharp focus thanks to their 25 times magnification and massive 100 millimeter objective lenses, the largest aperture Celestron has available in a binocular. 

Celestron  SkyMaster 25x100 Astro Binoculars  | Save  $200| Now $219
This computerized telescope is a great starter one for budding astronomers with Celestron's GoTo technology to automatically find targets like Jupiter or Saturn after calibration. 

These binoculars include a tripod adapter for those who want to mount their binoculars to a tripod for stability when looking at the night sky. They’re also durable and water-resistant because of a protective and rugged body that allows for amazing grip.

And if you live in a dim environment, never fear: The SkyMaster 25x100 binoculars are perfect for those who are stargazing in dim light near dusk or down. The high-quality BaK-4 prisms give excellent light transmission, which makes even images in the dim sky sharp and bright. 

In fact, Celestron’s SkyMaster 25x100 binoculars made’s list of the best binoculars of 2020.  

There are plenty of other great Celestron deals this Prime Day, you can find them all here.

Kasandra Brabaw
Kasandra Brabaw

Kasandra Brabaw is a freelance science writer who covers space, health and psychology. She has a bachelor's degree in science and a bachelor's degree of arts from the University of Syracuse; she completed her master's of arts degree in journalism at Syracuse University in 2014. In addition to writing for Live Science and our sister site, Kasandra has written for Prevention, Women's Health, SELF and other health publications. She has also worked with academics to edit books written for popular audiences.