Celestron 20x80 SkyMaster, Weather Resistant Porro Prism Binocular with 3.2 Degree Angle of View, U.S.A.

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About Celestron 20x80 SkyMaster

Celestron?s SkyMaster Series of large aperture binoculars are a phenomenal value for high performance binoculars ideal for astronomical viewing or for terrestrial (land) use - especially over long distances. Each SkyMaster model features high quality BAK-4 prisms and multi-coated optics for enhanced contrast. Celestron has designed and engineered the larger SkyMaster models to meet the special demands of extended astronomical or terrestrial viewing sessions.

For maximum stability and secure optical alignment, the 80 mm and 100 mm SkyMaster models feature enhanced structural reinforcement to the main binocularbody. As an additional convenience, the 80 mm and 100 mm SkyMaster models also include an integral super rigid photo tripod adapter. The SkyMaster Series binoculars are built to provide years of magnificent views of the world around you and the heavens above.

The Celestron 20x80 SkyMaster is commonly used for Wildlife viewing and more.The Celestron 20x80 SkyMaster is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Casual/ recreational among others.One reason why the Celestron 20x80 SkyMaster is popular is because of its Strong construction

Summary of Customer Reviews

(5)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Strong construction (4),Quality lenses (3)
Cons:
Heavy (3)
Best Uses:
Wildlife viewing (4)
Reviewer Profile:
Casual/ recreational (4)

Celestron 20x80 SkyMaster Features

  • 20x magnification porro prism binocular
  • Giant 80 mm objective lens offers maximum image brightness in low-light and long-range conditions
  • Ultra sharp focus across the field of view
  • Multi-Coated optics for sharp, clear views
  • Suitable for terrestrial or astronomical viewing
  • Protective rubber covering for ultra-firm grip
  • Large center focus knob for easy focusing
  • Integrated tripod adapter rod for ultra-stable tripod mounting
  • Long eye relief ideal for eyeglass wearers
  • Celestron No Fault Limited Lifetime warranty

    The NO FAULT provision of this warranty means that regardless of how the binocular may have been damaged or rendered unusable (fully or partially) by the Owner of the binocular, Celestron will repair or replace the binocular without any questions being asked
  • Soft carrying case included for travel and safe storage

Celestron 20x80 SkyMaster Specifications

Type of Prism
Porro, BAK-4 Prism
Coating
Multi-coated
Real Angular Field of View
3.7°
Field of View at 1000 Yards
195 ft (59.44 m)
Exit Pupil
4 mm (0.16 in)
Eye Relief
18 mm (0.71 in)
Close Focus Distance (ft)
108 ft (32.92 m)
Waterproof / Fogproof
Waterproof
Camera Tripod Adaptable
Yes
Weight
75 oz (2126.21 g)

Celestron 20x80 SkyMaster Reviews

Review Snapshot®

 
3.6

(based on 5 reviews)

60%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

I can see clearly now!

I am humbled every time I look into the sky at how immense the universe is. I have always wanted to look a little deeper, and have purchased a couple of cheap telescopes. I was disappointed and, I decided recently that I would try a pair of binoculars instead. Wow, what a difference. I can actually see what I'm looking at, instead of an unclear dot. The only thing missing is a way to hold them still. I'm a woodworker and will be building something as soon as I decide on the design I want. I'...

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I am humbled every time I look into the sky at how immense the universe is. I have always wanted to look a little deeper, and have purchased a couple of cheap telescopes. I was disappointed and, I decided recently that I would try a pair of binoculars instead. Wow, what a difference. I can actually see what I'm looking at, instead of an unclear dot. The only thing missing is a way to hold them still. I'm a woodworker and will be building something as soon as I decide on the design I want. I'm very happy with my purchase.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Defective Optics

Left prism had a big chip in the glass. Easy to spot with a small flashlight. Very poor quality control. Lost my confidence in Celestron. Adorama did a great job handling the return.

Reviewed by 5 customers

 
1.0

Defective Optics

By

from Berthoud, CO  -  Casual/ Recreational

Left prism had a big chip in the glass. Easy to spot with a small flashlight. Very poor quality control. Lost my confidence in Celestron. Adorama did a great job handling the return.

 
2.0

Don't buy without looking through

By

from Oklahoma City  -  Casual/ Recreational

If you really want binoculars like these, pay more and look thru them before you buy. These came misaligned and are pretty useless for astronomical work. They work fairly well on a tripod, watching wildlife that is not moving very fast.

 
5.0

big value, small price

By

from Indiana  -  Casual/ Recreational

High power, low price, no sacrifice in quality. Simple.

(1 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

real crisp viewing

By

from North eastern Pa.  -  Avid Adventurer

Dear Sir I own the same pair of binoculars what i did was ti take one of my tripods from a cheap telescope that i had bought and converted it to a tripod for the binoculars. This is how i did it to extend the legs high enough i bought alum. curtain rods [ for the shower curtain rods ] and cut them to the right height and but them inside of the bottom of each leg and at the top of the telescope where it attqaches taqke all of that off go to [...] and buy their cheapest camera mount tripod take that camera mount and bolt it to your telescope tripod THE PRICE IS AN EXCELLENT PRICE PLUS IT IS GANERATEED FOR LIFE> to the top base of your telescope tripod and now you have a binocular tripod that will cost you about $35.00 to modifie your telescope to a binocular tripod and mine fully extended goes up to the top is 6'6'' i did this and i saved my self about at least 260.00 dollars any questions please feel free to email me and i will explain this in alot more detail step by step.and mine is more stable than the ones on the market

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I can see clearly now!

By

from Knoxville, TN  -  Casual/ Recreational

I am humbled every time I look into the sky at how immense the universe is. I have always wanted to look a little deeper, and have purchased a couple of cheap telescopes. I was disappointed and, I decided recently that I would try a pair of binoculars instead. Wow, what a difference. I can actually see what I'm looking at, instead of an unclear dot. The only thing missing is a way to hold them still. I'm a woodworker and will be building something as soon as I decide on the design I want. I'm very happy with my purchase.

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Shopper  •How to get the most out of it?
PETER J  You need a tripod to use it on a practical basis. My big problem is that I have an Italian tripod with a metric-size screw thread and have not found an adaptor that's that right size to marry and thus mount the binoculars to the tripod. Be sure you will be able to do this or else this item will sit around unused!
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