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Buster

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  1. Thanks everyone for their advice. He basically cannot lift much at all, no bending, lifting, twisting or standing for long periods. So thought something he can sit down with. We live in the countryside with no light pollution so on a clear night get a brilliant view. It is a surprise for Xmas. I like the first one quoted 130p as it looks easy to use and a good price.
  2. You hit the nail on the head. All of what you said he cannot do. So needs something he can sit down and use easily.
  3. Hi, I am looking to buy my husband a telescope but he has a bad back so it has to be lightweight also he is a beginner and obviously we don't want to spend a huge amount. Can anyone advise on a telescope. I believe Celestrons are a good make. Thank you in advance.
  4. Thanks i just got him both from your links.
  5. wow thank you all for your advice it certainly gioves me something to work on.
  6. hi the lenses i have are BST Explorer ED 8mm, 18mm, super 10mm & 2 x Barlow Lens. Budget of about £50 ish.
  7. i bought my husband a Skywatcher Explorer 200P EQ5, can anyone help with new lenses for this. it can with a couple of Barlow lenses but i want to enhance his collection. Can anyone help with their knowledge which is far greater than mine!!!
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