Save $70 on these Celestron Skywatcher Binoculars in the Amazon Prime Day sale
The Celestron Skywatcher 20x80 binoculars are $70 off, making skywatching easier than ever
Over the past few years, binocular and telescope sales have skyrocketed and Stargazing and skywatching has become much more popular than it ever was. Now that these devices are much more accessible and affordable, it seems like a great time to start exploring the skies from the comfort of our gardens.
Amazon are currently selling the Celestron SkyMaster 20x80 binoculars for $128.99, down from the original price of $199.95 - that's a huge saving of $70, and it comes with a bunch of extras and accessories. That's an even lower price than day 1 of the early access prime sale, where they were offering it for $149.49. It won't stay this price for long, so make sure you grab it while you can.
If you want to see how these binoculars fared against the competition, you can check out our roundup of the best binoculars. And if you're looking for stargazing gear specifically then our best binoculars for stargazing guide has you covered too.
Celestron SkyMaster 20X80 Binocular:
$199.95 $128.99 at Amazon
Save $70: These binoculars have been further reduced down to $128.99 - don't miss out on these fantastic beginner binoculars before the price skyrockets again
We think this is a great deal because they are a great set of beginner binoculars and they have everything you need to get started. They have powerful 20x magnification and they come with massive 80mm objective lenses. Customers who have purchased these binoculars have stated that they enable you to view the moon in great detail, and view planets, and various constellations and clusters.
With this deal you'll get a tripod adapter as an additional convenience to your sky-watching activities, as well as an integrated photo tripod adapter for easy hands-free use and portability. You'll also get an objective lens cap, rainguard, carrying case, neck strap, lens cloth, and instruction manual.
These binoculars are a favorite among users who view the sky in dim conditions, as the multi coated optics and BaK-4 prisms deliver excellent light transmission for even brighter images. They are durable and water-resistant, so you won't have to worry about getting caught in unexpected rainy weather, which is particularly useful if you take them out hiking.
On Amazon they have an overall average customer rating of 4.4 stars out of 5, with over 70% of them being 5 star reviews with excellent feedback.
If you are interested in astronomy and want to get your kids just as excited about stargazing, check out our guide to the best binoculars for kids.
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