Sky-Watcher PRO-Series Telescopes
Telescopes for Astronomy: Sky-Watcher PRO-Series
Sky-Watcher PRO-Series products are manufactured to extremely high levels of optical and mechanical precision, using the finest materials and undergoing very strict quality control procedures and testing by specially assigned technicians, to ensure the highest standards of quality and performance are consistently maintained.
The Skymax PRO Maksutov-Cassegrain telescope models excel for detailed, high-power observations of the Moon, planets and double stars. They employ super-high contrast optical systems, utilising high-transmission multi-coatings on all optical surfaces, for optimum optical performance. The quality of each telescope is monitored by means of a Ronchi Test and Artificial Star Test. No effort is spared to reach optimal optical quality.
The state-of-the-art Skywatcher PRO-Series Evostar & Equinox ED Apochromatic Refractors provide ultimate colour-corrected performance for visual planetary and deep-sky observations and CCD imaging. The Equinox ED Refractors can also be used as high-performance spotting scopes and telephoto photographic lenses for birdwatching and daytime nature studies. All refractors, used with a star diagonal or erecting prism provide upright images, making them suitable for terrestrial use.
Sky-Watcher PRO-Series telescopes can be purchased as Optical Tube Assemblies only (OTA’s) or complete with our highly acclaimed PRO-Series Go-To Fully Computerised Telescope Mountings which can automatically locate night-sky objects from their database.
Please take a look at our Astronomical Gallery to see some of the wonderful images taken with Sky-Watcher PRO-Series telescopes. In our Customer Support section, you will be able to download useful Magazine Reviews, Guides & Instruction Manuals.
Our products are available from dealers throughout the UK, please click here to Find a DealerClick here to read Astronomy Now magazine review on entire Pro-Series range as a .pdf
Sky-Watcher Pro Series products have received a "Hot Product" commendation in the Astronomy Now April 2006 product review