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Saxon 767AZ Reflector Telescope

The all-rounder saxon 76/700 AZ Reflector Telescope features easy assembly and portability, making it THE scope for beginner astronomers.
This telescope comes with a focal length of 700mm and an aperture of 76mm which will give you good views of the Moon, planets, bright nebulae and star clusters. The aluminium optical tube also has a rack-and-pinion focuser, ensuring smooth adjustments to focus your object into place. This scope's accessory pack includes three 1.25" eyepieces, a finderscope, an erecting eyepiece, a moon filter and an adjustable aluminium tripod with accessory tray.

For a great beginner scope without the hefty price tag, look no further than the saxon 767AZ Reflector Telescope. Perfect for all types of Celestial events, such as viewing the cyclical phases of the Moon, solar eclipses and lunar eclipses, and red moon or blood moon events.


The saxon 76/700 AZ Reflector Telescope is a great beginner telescope to start your astronomy journey with.

Spend time with the family in the backyard stargazing with this portable and easy to use telescope. The quality optics and 76mm aperture provides enough light to enable bright views of the sky. Setup is quick and painless, which means you'll be viewing Moon craters, planets, bright nebulae and star clusters in no time!

The saxon 767AZ Reflector Telescope features the following:
  • 76mm aperture
  • 700mm focal length
  • Three 1.25" eyepieces (4mm, 12.5mm and 25mm) giving a broad range of magnification
  • 5x24 finderscope
  • 1.5x erecting eyepieces for terrestrial viewing
  • 1.25" Moon filter.


    Warranty Information 5-Years Limited Warranty
    Optical Design Newtonian Reflector
    Aperture 76mm
    Highest Practical Power 152x
    Focal Length 700mm
    Focal Ratio F/9.2
    Eyepieces H25, H12.5 and SR4
    Finderscope 5x24
    Barlow Lens 3x
    Diagonal No
    Mount Type Alt-Azimuth
    Tripod Aluminium
    Optical Tube Dimensions 12.5 cm x 68.5cm
    Optical Tube Weight 1.76kg
    Shipping Dimensions 75.5 x 26.8 x 23.8cm3
    Shipping Weight 5.9kg


    Saxon H25/H12.5mm/4mm super Eyepiece
    Featuring a 3-element design, these fully-coated eyepieces provide outstanding field correction and long eye-relief. Compatible for use on all types of telescopes.

    Saxon 5x24 Finderscope with bracket
    The 24mm aperture with 5x magnification can provide a wide field of view to help you locate objects and align your telescope before you look through the telescope. It’s perfect for beginner telescopes.

    Saxon 1.25" 3x Short-Focus Barlow Lens
    It can triple the magnification your telescope at an affordable price. The budget friendly option for those looking to get closer views of the sky. It fits any 1.25" telescope eyepieces.

    Saxon Alt-Azimuth Mount with Tripod
    It is an aluminium tripod with Alt-Azimuth controls.

    Saxon 1.25’’ Moon Filter
    It helps reduce glare and increase the contrast of the Moon.

    Saxon 1.25" Erecting Eyepiece 1.5x (Short Focal Point)
    It provides upright, correctly-oriented images for land observations. To use, simply insert this eyepiece into the focuser.

    Star/ Moon Chart
    The star chart shows the solar system of which earth is a member planet and the moon chart clearly shows the topography of the lunar surface.

    Customer Reviews

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    Saxon 767AZ Reflector Telescope

    Murray Radonich
    Looks good

    I am not an experienced person with these so I have started at the entry level point, looks good and appears to be well constructed.

    Taher Mohammed
    Great Telescope For Beginners

    Thanks Gallantoro for arranging my first telescope. Team is very prompt in answering queries. Saxon didnt disappointed me at all, took a while to adjust things but overall it is great Telescope for beginners.

    Jennifer Howell
    Saxon 767AZ Reflector Telescope from Gallantoro

    Excellent product and service. Very happy with the whole transaction. Many thanks.

    Great gift

    We haven’t had clear skies yet. Mucking around on a bad weather night and its got great zoom. The kids are now learning about planets.