Celestron 25x100 SkyMaster Binoculars

BH #CE25X100SM • MFR #71017
Celestron 25x100 SkyMaster Binoculars
Key Features
  • Waterproof
  • Wide Angle
  • Porro Prism
  • 3.0° Angle of View
SkyMasters are economically priced large-aperture binoculars from Celestron. They're great for both astronomy and long-range terrestrial observing. The tripod adapter on the enormous 25x100 model provides support and increased rigidity. But be aware that these gargantuan lenses require an enormously strong tripod. The recommended tripod and head combinations listed as accessories here are not overkill for the application; actually, they are spot on. Slap this wonderful instrument upon an ultrabeefy tripod/head combo, and be amazed.
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Celestron 71017 Overview

SkyMasters are economically priced large-aperture binoculars from Celestron. They're great for both astronomy and long-range terrestrial observing. The tripod adapter on the enormous 25x100 model provides support and increased rigidity. But be aware that these gargantuan lenses require an enormously strong tripod. The recommended tripod and head combinations listed as accessories here are not overkill for the application; actually, they are spot on. Slap this wonderful instrument upon an ultrabeefy tripod/head combo, and be amazed.

Multicoated lenses
BaK-4 Porro prisms
Rubber armoring with pebbled prism coverings
Long eye relief combined with large apparent angular field of view

Lifetime No Fault Warranty Coverage

Celestron binoculars, excluding the digital VistaPix series, include their wonderful No Fault warranty coverage, which assures that your binoculars will be repaired or replaced at Celestron's option for as long as you own them-no questions asked. The only requirements on the user's end are to ship the binocular (at the user's cost) to Celestron with a proof of purchase and a check or money order for $25 to cover the costs of inspection, shipping, and handling. This warranty service is valid only for USA and Canadian citizens purchasing from an authorized Celestron dealer.
UPC: 050234710176

Celestron 71017 Specs

Prism TypePorro (BAK4)
Performance
Magnification25x
Objective Lens Diameter100 mm
Angle of View3° (Actual)
Field of View156' @ 1000 yd / 51.79 m @ 1000 m
Minimum Focus Distance80' / 24.38 m
Exit Pupil Diameter4 mm
Eye Relief15 mm
Interpupillary Adjustment56 to 72 mm / 2.2 to 2.8"
Diopter Adjustment-5 to +5
Focus TypeIndividual
Features
Water ResistanceWater Resistant
General
Dimensions15.3 x 10.1 x 5.1" / 38.86 x 25.65 x 12.95 cm
Weight8.75 lb / 3.97 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight13.5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)19.5 x 12 x 7.5"
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Do you have solar filters available for the 25 x 100 binocular
Asked by: Scott
The MrStarGuy Adjustable Objective White Light Solar Filter (86-117mm OD) might work well. However no guarantee. These really weren't made to accept Filters. You would need to purchase 2 pieces. Website link: https://bhpho.to/2iDa5RJ
Answered by: Alex S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

Does it come with azimuth and elevation readings?

Does it come with azimuth and elevation readings?
Asked by: Patrice
Hi. No it is a simple binocular with no additional features.
Answered by: Raymond
Date published: 2021-02-18

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Are the optics on this binocular glass or plastic?
Asked by: Anonymous
They are high quality glass. Will definitely need to mount them on a tripod! Excellent binoculars. You will not be disappointed!!
Answered by: DENNIS B.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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I have a Celestron 25x100 binocular that came with a Celestron Alt-Azimuth tripod Model 93607 but they don't seem to mate very well and the tripod does not elevate more than a few degrees above hrozontal. Do I have the wrong tripod?
Asked by: David C.
I have the same binoculars and tripod. The mating to the tripod is very solid; no problem at all. Perhaps you've sorted that out by now. The range of elevation angles is somewhat limited from what I'd prefer. It's about plus/minus 20 degrees. However, anything more could make it very awkward to sight through the binoculars.
Answered by: Robert V.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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