National Geographic Refractor 50/360 telescope

National Geographic Refractor 50/360 telescope
National Geographic Refractor 50/360 telescope
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National Geographic
2 years
Tripod material:
Objective diameter ø:
50 mm
Fully Coated (FC)
Focal length:
360 mm
Other accessories:
90 degree diagonal mirror

Compact travel telescope with tripod
Due to its compact size, this telescope is easy to store and perfect to carry around. The optics are fully coated, always ensuring a clear image. The telescope comes with a 0,96" Zenit prism and a star map. 

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National Geographic Refractor 50/360 telescope

The perfect travel telescope with tripod

4.7 / 5 - 4 reviews

Product description


  • Stabile aluminium tripod
  • Coated optics
  • 6 and 20 mm eyepieces
  • Ideal for moon and planet observations
  • Including zenit-prism, maps and instruction manual

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The main pros and cons in a nutshell

The main pros and cons in a nutshell

Compact National Geographic Refractor telescope

The National Geographic Refractor 50/360 is the perfect refractor telescope to travel with. Due to its compact measurements, it is an easy telescope to carry and store. Together with the aluminium tripod it is ideal to use all over the world. The fully coated optics guarantee a clear image under all circumstances. Its lens-diameter is 50 millimeters, while the focal length is 360 millimeters. 6 and 20 millimeter eyepieces make it possible to magnify 18 times respectively 60 times. The best possible magnification is 100 times.       

Includes a Zenit-prism and star maps

This National Geopgraphic Refractor telescope is suitable to observe the moon and to distinguish different planets. The star maps that are included help you discover "new" planets. This way you make optimal use of the National Geographic telescope. It helps you recognize different heavenly bodies. Besides the star map the telescope comes with a 0,96" Zenit prism.  

What's in the box?

  • National Geopgraphic Refractor 50/360 telescope
  • 1 x aluminium tripod
  • 2 x eye piece (6 en 20 millimeters)
  • 1 x Zenit prism (0,96 inch)
  • 2 x star map
  • 1 x instruction manual 

Technical specifications


  • Refractor
  • National Geographic
  • 2 years

Dimensions & Weight

  • 1000 gram

Tripod specifications

Tripod material
  • Aluminium


Objective diameter ø
  • 50 mm
  • Fully Coated (FC)
Focal length
  • 360 mm
Magnitude limit
  • 8,5 mag.
Resolving power
  • 2,3 arcsecond
Maximum useful magnification
  • 100×
Focal ratio
  • 1 : 7


Suitable for
  • children
Easy to transport
  • 10
Easy to set up
  • 10
Easy to use
  • 6
Lunar/planetary observation
  • 4
Deep space observation
  • 6
Lunar/planetary photography
  • 7
Deep space photography
  • 5
Daytime terrestrial observation
  • 10
Suitable for kids from
  • 4 years old


Other accessories
  • 90 degree diagonal mirror
  • Planisphere
Eyepiece diameter ø
  • 0,96 ″
  • 20mm
  • 6mm
Number of eyepieces
  • 2 pcs.

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4.7 / 5
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National Geographic Refractor 50/360 telescope

None it has been overcast since I received it. What more can I say.

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michael winterbottom
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Ideal telescope for the younger generation

Great product, my granddaughter loves the product. Grandfather well chuffed.

iain brown
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National Geographic Refractor 50/360 telescope

Perfect for novice easy to use easy to set up

k warden
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child telescope

Bought for my grandsons' birthday he loved it. Nice product, well packed and delivered very promptly

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