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Achromatic refractor. Aperture: 60 mm. Focal length: 700 mm

Optical design
Aperture – the diameter of the light-collecting lens (refractors and catadioptric) or mirror (reflectors) that the telescope uses to collect light
Focal length – the distance from the primary lens or mirror to the point at which the light is focused

Product ID 77112
Brand Levenhuk, Inc., USA
Warranty lifetime
EAN 5905555002699
Package size (LxWxH) 76x37x16 cm
Shipping Weight 5.36 kg

The Levenhuk LabZZ TK60 Telescope is a perfect gift for schoolchildren interested in astronomy. It is perfect for studying the Moon and terrestrial objects. All of the required accessories are included. To handle the telescope, you don't need to have any special skills. The case is included. It holds your complete telescope setup, so it is convenient to transport and store the telescope with all of its accessories.

The telescope optical design is a classical achromatic refractor. Due to the telescope's glass optics with an anti-reflective coating, it renders a good quality clear image. The objective lens diameter is 60 mm, so the main object for observation is the Moon. You can also observe more remote objects, but the details will be invisible.

The optical tube is installed on a fork azimuth mount. This is the basic mount for entry-level telescopes, but it is supplemented by a convenient microscrew on the vertical axis. This allows you to accurately and smoothly set a telescope on the selected object. The mount attaches to an aluminum tripod. You can place an accessory tray in the middle of it. The tripod height is adjustable.

The kit includes a wide range of optical accessories, so you do not need to buy them separately.


  • Telescope for children with an extended kit
  • Can be used for studying the Moon and terrestrial objects
  • Easy to handle and you don't need any settings and accessories
  • Glass optics with an anti-reflective coating
  • Convenient to transport and store (durable plastic case in the kit)

The kit includes:

  • Telescope optical tube
  • 4 mm eyepiece
  • 12.5 mm eyepiece
  • 20 mm eyepiece
  • 1.5x erecting eyepiece
  • 3x Barlow lens
  • 90° diagonal mirror
  • Finder 5x24
  • Azimuth mount
  • Aluminum tripod with an accessory tray
  • Plastic case
  • User manual and lifetime warranty
Product ID 77112
Brand Levenhuk, Inc., USA
Warranty lifetime
EAN 5905555002699
Package size (LxWxH) 76x37x16 cm
Shipping Weight 5.36 kg
Optical design refractor
Optical scheme achromat
Optics material optical glass
Optics coating anti-reflective
Objective lens diameter (aperture), mm 60
Focal length, mm 700
Highest practical power, x 120
Aperture ratio f/11.6
Resolution threshold, arcseconds 11.6
Limiting stellar magnitude 10.99
Eyepieces SR4mm (175x), H12.5mm (56x), H20mm (35x), 1.5x erecting eyepiece
Eyepiece barrel diameter, in 1.25
Barlow lens 3x
Finderscope optical, 5x24
Focuser rack & pinion
Tripod aluminum
Tripod height (adjustable), mm 600–1000
Accessory tray
Telescope control manual
Mount alt-azimuth
Optical tube mounting mode screws
Optical tube material metal
User level elementary, beginners
Assembly and installation difficulty level extremely simple
Observed object planets of the Solar System, terrestrial objects
Pouch/case/bag in set case
Extended kit
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