Princeton Tec Remix Red LED Headlamp Review

The Princeton Tec Remix is lightweight, comfortable to wear for extended period and, the operation of the light acts as a safety feature for night-vision, making it a good choice as an astronomers headlamp. Click to read more

Takahashi FC-76 DCU Review

Either added as the FC-76 Objective Unit upgrade to a FS-60 or created from component pieces, the FC-76 DCU is a very portable 3" aperture travel scope with excellent optics. Being a split tube design, it will fit in an aircraft cabin bag that complies with the most restrictive of allowances. Click to read more

Takahashi FS-60 Review

The Takashashi FS-60 boasts excellent optical quality and a tiny size, so it can accompany you on any trip, meaning observing is always a possibility, no matter the destination. Click to read more

Tele Optic Giro Ercole Alt Az Mount Review

With a capacity for an OTA of up to 8kg without a counterweight and up to 18kg per side with, the Tele Optic Ercole is an excellent choice for the travelling astronomer who wants to search out dark skies without additional weights as well as those with larger OTAs that observe closer to home. Click to read more

Vixen SG 2.1×42 Binoculars Review

The Vixen SG 2.1x42 binoculars not only provide immersive views of the Milky Way and entire constellations in a way no other optical design can, but their utility in aiding star hopping thanks to a magnitude gain of +1.5 makes them very useful even if dark sky visits are infrequent. Click to read more
Equipment Reviews

Equipment Reviews

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