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Celestron's SkyMaster 25-125x Zoom, large-aperture astronomy binoculars offer phenomenal performance for astronomical viewing. They are also a great choice for terrestrial use, especially over long distances.
Although marketed as the "SkyMaster" name, these astronomy binoculars are very often purchased for long-distance terrestrial viewing. They're perfect for use on a balcony or patio from a home with a view. Point any SkyMaster Binocular up to the stars and your eyes will pop with amazing star fields. Jupiter and its moons, the rings of Saturn, and globular star clusters are all very visible from any of the SkyMaster Series Binoculars. If you are fortunate enough to live in a dark-sky environment, such objects as galaxies and nebulae are also within reach of a Celestron SkyMaster Binocular.
Explore the Cosmos
All models feature high quality BaK-4 prisms and have multi-coatings for enhanced contrast. The SkyMaster Series Binoculars are available in SkyMaster 12x60, SkyMaster 15x70, SkyMaster 20x80 and the SkyMaster 25x100.
All of the Celestron SkyMaster binoculars are water-resistant and each is tripod adaptable. The SkyMaster 20x80 and SkyMaster 25x100 are waterproof and have an integrated tripold adapter rod for simple connection to any standard photographic tripod.
Skymaster 25-125x80 Features:
- Deluxe padded soft carry case
- Multi-coated optics
- High-quality BaK-4 prisms
- Large aperture perfect for low light conditions and stargazing
- Diopter adjustment for fine focusing
- Long eye relief ideal for eyeglass wearers
- Integrated tripod adapter
- No-fault lifetime warranty
Celestron Limited Lifetime Warranty
Celestron warrants most of its products to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for the product’s usable lifetime to the original owner. Each product will list the warranty for it on the Celestron website.
Celestron will repair or replace the product which, upon inspection by Celestron, is found to be defective in materials or workmanship and within the definitions of the limits described below.
This warranty is effective January 1, 2012, and supersedes all other warranties as noted in brochures, instruction manuals, product packaging, etc.
This warranty does not cover products that have been subject to abuse, misuse, physically damaged, altered, or had unauthorized repairs or modifications. This warranty does not cover defects due to normal wear and tear and other conditions.
In the late 1950s, Tom Johnson, founder of Valor Electronics, built a telescope from scratch to introduce his sons to the wonders of stargazing. What began as a hobby soon grew to be Johnson’s driving passion, and in 1960, he formed an Astro-Optical Division within his company. That department eventually became Celestron.
Prior to Celestron, skilled opticians painstakingly produced high-quality Schmidt-Cassegrain telescopes one by one, hand-figuring the glass for hours. Johnson wanted to bring observatory-grade optics to the masses, but achieving his dream required streamlining the manufacturing process. Johnson’s solution was developing ultra-precise match plates, allowing for mass production of the Schmidt corrector. With this groundbreaking new technique, Johnson created Schmidt-Cassegrain telescopes of unparalleled quality, and brought them to market at a surprisingly low price. Celestron telescopes were an instant smash success that catapulted the hobby of astronomy to new heights.
In 1970, Johnson unveiled his landmark product: the Celestron 8, with its standout orange tube, high-end optics, and $1,000 price tag. Armed with the “C8,” thousands of amateur astronomers observed celestial objects previously seen only in professional observatories. The C8 cemented Celestron as an industry game-changer and the world’s premier telescope brand.
For more than 50 years, Celestron has continued to lead the market, creating dozens of revolutionary new products including telescopes, sport optics, and microscopes. With more than 80 employees around the world, Celestron remains guided by our founding principles as we commit to ever-increasing global growth. Today, we still produce our flagship product—the 14-inch EdgeHD optical tube—at our headquarters in Torrance, California, using Tom Johnson’s signature method.
Celestron 25-125x80 Skymaster Zoom Binoculars, Case, Strap, Lens Caps, Microfiber Cleaning Cloth
Dimensions & Specifications
Angular Field of View
Close Focusing Distance
Field of View at 1000 Yards
Objective Lens Diameter
Porro Prism Binoculars
Celestron Limited Lifetime
We stand behind all the products we sell, and your satisfaction is our top priority. If you're not satisfied with the quality of your purchase, simply send the item back to us in its original packaging within 30 days of its delivery.
Celestron has a limited lifetime binocular and spotting scope warranty and all other products have a 2 year manufacturer's warranty covers against defects is provided. If you have specific questions about this product's warranty please contact Celestron's Customer Service department at 310-328-9560.
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