Don’t miss out on saving $200 on Celestron telescopes and binoculars with these last-minute Prime Day deals

Take advantage of these stellar deals from Amazon to enjoy stargazing with the whole family.
Save big with these Prime Day deals from Celestron and Unistellar.

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There’s plenty to see in the night sky this summer, from super moons and meteor showers to Saturn and Mercury. A good telescope or pair of binoculars makes it easier to see these celestial objects up close. And if you want these prime opportunities at prime prices, you can save big on premium optical gear from Celestron and Unistellar during Prime Day. But take advantage of these deals before this stellar sale disappears with the dawn.

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Celestron NexStar 127 SLT Mak Telescope $447.33 (Was $639.95)

Celestron NexStar 127 SLT Mak Telescope

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Stargazing is fun to do as a family, and the Celestron NexStar 127 SLT Mak Telescope makes it easy to explore the night sky for adults and kids alike. This computerized telescope comes equipped with a database of more than 40,000 stars, galaxies, nebulae, and more to get you started. Celestron’s SkyAlign feature makes this telescope easy to set up, and the StarPointer red dot finderscope will help you focus on specific objects. What also sets this telescope apart is its large 130-mm aperture, which will allow you to see Saturn’s rings and Jupiter’s clouds up close. And with all these features, the Celestron Nexstar 127 is compact and easy to transport at 11.4 pounds. 

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Jen McCaffery

Director of commerce for the Science, Tech, & Outdoor brands at Recurrent

Jen McCaffery is director of commerce for the Science, Tech, & Outdoor brands at Recurrent. She enjoys editing and writing about innovations in health, science, technology, sustainability, and the outdoors. She’s been surprised by how much she has taken to spreadsheets.