Levenhuk Skyline BASE series is designed especially for beginner users. "Junior" models are suitable for those who have never worked with a telescope, "senior" models will be of interest for ambitious observers. The product line includes telescopes for all kinds of observations. Alt-azimuth mounts are simple-to-operate and do not take much time for mastering. Each telescope comes with an extended set of optical accessories that allow you to start observing right away. Aluminum tripods are reliable and stable. Levenhuk Skyline BASE is a telescope series that helps you take the first steps in astronomy!
Levenhuk Skyline BASE 50T Telescope is a "junior" model in Levenhuk Skyline BASE product line designed for beginner astronomers. This refractor is ideal for the first astronomy observations: it features easy assembly, m...More
Levenhuk Skyline BASE 60T Telescope is a refractor for kids and beginner astronomy amateurs. The kit includes accessories that allow for detailed studying the Moon and terrestrial objects. You can observe the planets of...More
Levenhuk Skyline BASE 80S Telescope is a Newtonian reflector with a 76mm primary mirror. This telescope is excellent for exploring deep-space objects including nebulae, galaxies, star clusters, double and dim stars. It ...More
Levenhuk Skyline BASE 100S is a well-balanced Newtonian reflector on an alt-azimuth mount. On the one hand, it is simple-to-operate and user-friendly even for beginner astronomers; on the other hand, it allows observing...More
Levenhuk Skyline BASE 70T is an ideal first telescope that will not disappoint a beginner astronomer. The kit includes optical accessories that help to show this refractor's capabilities to the full extent. You do not n...More
Levenhuk Skyline BASE 120S is a classic Newtonian reflector that is ideal for deep-sky observing. You can see a great number of nebulae, double stars, globular and open clusters, galaxies – all Messier objects and some ...More
Levenhuk Skyline BASE 80T Telescope provides a possibility to explore the outer space in all its diversity. Through this refractor, you can observe lunar craters with a diameter larger than 5km, Jupiter, Saturn and its m...More