With the holidays right around the corner, you may be fretting over what to buy your young astronomer. Well, we may have the answer! A beginner or child telescope can be the perfect Christmas gift. And not just any telescope, but a Celestron Nexstar telescope. And now is the perfect time to purchase one of these remarkable telescopes. Why you ask?
Because Celestron is offering a minimum of a $50 rebate on its line of Nexstar telescopes with an expiration date of January 30, 2008 (postmarked submission). Celestron offers 3 separate beginner models ranging from $279 to $399 (Shoptics.com prices), excluding a $50 rebate. So, this child telescope (3 to choose from) is not only affordable, but has excellent design features.
This telescope line is designed for quick set-up, with pre-assembled, adjustable stainless steel tripods, and quick-release fork arms and tubes. The NexStar SLT telescope is made to be set up in a matter of minutes, with no tools necessary! Perfect for any kids telescope!
One word of caution though — these telescopes are not toys, and therefore, are not recommended for a younger child (under 10, unless supervised by a parent) but would be perfect for most youngsters over 10 years of age.
Celestron Nexstar’s less expensive models are perfect for your youngster’s first experience with astronomy. A child telescope needs to be as easy to set-up and operate as possible, and these models will have your child exploring the heavenly skies in no time at all. Why not check out these Celestron telescopes (114 SLT, 80 SLT, 60 SLT Models) at Shoptics.com and save today!
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