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The Saxon Novo 606R Refractor Kids Telescope features a coated objective lens, for better image integrity and with two eyepieces (9mm and 20mm) there is a range of magnifications to choose from and keep kids interested. Also comes with a 3x Barlow Lens for a maximum power of up to 200x, a built-in compass to aid in land observations should you be taking this scope with you on a hiking / camping trip!

The Saxon Novo 606R Refractor Kids Telescope is an ideal, whole telescopic package that will ignite a child's interest in learning more about the night sky. This scope comes with an aperture of 60mm and a focal length of 600mm. While this tube may seem thin and small compared to some telescopes, it is a fantastic way to teach to child to track the night sky and locate large sky objects like the moon.

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Reflectors: These telescopes, often associated with Isaac Newton, are best known for their introduction of mirrors. The curved mirrors help transmit sharp images from objects at an incredible distance. However, these are a bit bulkier than the refractor telescopes, and while they’re portable, they can be quite heavy. Starting at around $350 and requiring more careful maintenance, these telescopes are best suited to intermediate amateur astronomers.

Refractors: Refractor telescopes are typically the least expensive, coming in somewhere between $100-400. They are great for children, because they are a lighter weight and do not require maintenance. Their slender size also makes them great for portability. Take one of these with you to a broad, open field far away from city lights for a truly spectacular view. Refractors use a multi-element lens that can provide sharp, high contrast images. However, their functionality is typically limited to observing the moon and planets like Jupiter and Saturn.