Telrad

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  1. Telrad - Telrad Reflex Finderscope

    $39.00
    SKU: TRD-1001

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    The Telrad reflex sight finderscope has been one of the most popular astronomy accessories for decades. This large format reflex sight finderscope uses an easy to read, clear red light display and provides ample window space for finding what you need quickly and simply. The Telrad finderscope is perfect to pair with nearly any telescope but especially with SCT and Newtonian designs.
  2. Telrad - Telrad Base Only

    $9.00
    SKU: TRD-BASE

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    This is the Telrad finder base only, useful for moving your Telrad from one scope to another easily or for replacing worn, lost or damaged bases.
  3. Telrad - Telrad Hinged Deluxe Dew Cap

    $10.95
    SKU: TRD-2020

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    Hinged dew shield for the Telrad finderscope serves to protect the projection pane when not in use and keep dew away at night.
  4. Telrad - Telrad Light Pulsar Unit

    $19.95
    SKU: TRD-2010

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    To see objects through a telescope it must be pointed to exactly the right spot. The Telrad is sight for pointing telescopes to that ″right spot″.Through a Telrad you see the sky the way the star charts show it
  5. Telrad - Telrad Dew Shield Plus

    $25.00
    SKU: TRD-2025

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    This dew shield for your Telrad helps prevent condensation from forming on the glass plate of your finder. When the finder is not in use, simply flip the cover down over the glass
  6. Telrad - Telrad Riser 2 inch

    $19.00
    SKU: TRD-RISER2

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    Make the usage of the Telrad easier on a scope with the Telrad risers.

  7. Telrad - Telrad Riser 4"

    $19.00
    SKU: TRD-RISER4

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    Give your Telrad finder a boost with this 4" riser bracket. Gives 4" of clearance between your finder base and the telescope optical tube for a more comfortable viewing position.
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To see objects through a telescope it must be pointed to exactly the rightspot. The Telrad is sight for pointing telescopes to that ″rightspot″.


Through a Telrad you see the sky the way the star charts show it. Not asmall unside-down and magnified portion of it, but the ″realsky″ with three lighted target rings set against it. The large ringis 4 degrees across. It outlines the area covered by a finderscope. Thesmall ring is 1/2 degree across and outlines the area seen in thetelescope.