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Enjoying my Sky-Watcher Heritage 100p

Samibotss

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So I've recently purchased this little gem. It is so good! Surprisingly showing me Venus and Mars in great detail.

The scope boasts a 4" aperture with a 400mm focal length(quite short tbh) but gets the job done with messier objects.

it has this beautiful red finish which I shouldn't include as a feature but it sure does look gorgeous. Unfortunately it has only seen the sky once

due to the bad weather here :clouds1::clouds2: but the views were worth it.

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Almost went for this little one two years back, and got its bigger brother the 130P Flexitube. Skywatcher knows how to make great little grab and go scopes!

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Recently bought the same, have added a meade super plossl 15mm eyepiece and a revelation astro 2.5x barlow as an upgrade, the meade eyepiece has made a difference, thinking of upgrading the 10mm supplied but not sure about the 25mm, budget is tight so the meades are even a stretch at the moment, just enjoying getting to know my portable scope!

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I'm a big fan of these. I sometimes take mine off the mount and observe with it tucked under my arm. Lovely on the wide fields!??

I use Televue Plossls on in mine. Not cheap, good fun.

Paul

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