Upper Floor Exhibitor - Skylight Telescopes

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Astrofest-1 .jpgSkylight Telescopes continues to operate outside the mainstream with their expanding range of hand-assembled, premium Skylight Refractors. At Astrofest 2011, our flagship model the Skylight F15 will be on display complete with a brand new, custom-made brass 8 x 40mm finder.

Skylight-f13-8.jpgNew this year will be the Skylight F13; an elegant sibling of the majestic F15 in a shorter, more manageable OTA. You can also take advantage of a show-only pre-order price on the F13. 

While the shorter dimensions mean a more manageable optical tube and more mounting options, the F13 shares much with its bigger brother, including:

a.. An unmatched attention to detail
b.. The fusion of modern engineering with Victorian design
c.. Excellent Japanese 100mm/F13 objective
d.. Premium Baader Steeltrack focuser

The Skylight F13 will be seen in public for the first time at Astrofest 2011 this Friday and Saturday in London. For these two days only, it will be available at a substantially discounted three-figure sum. Come and see for yourself how breathtaking a handmade refractor can be.

Several unmissable vintage and antique refractors will also be upstairs on the Skylight stage. Our pledge is to only display items that are not shown anywhere else in the building, so you will only see our remarkable refractors & accessories upstairs on Stand 44. 

In addition, Skylight will also be hosting Gerry and his display of one-offs & bargains that has become an Astrofest tradition!

We look forward to seeing you upstairs at Skylight Telescopes on stand 44. Find out more about our products on our website http://skylight.myshopify.com/

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This page contains a single entry by Emily Baldwin published on February 2, 2011 10:31 AM.

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