Sky-Watcher Skyliner 350P Flex Tube Synscan GoTo

Sky-Watcher Skyliner 350P Flex Tube Synscan

Combining the power of a large optical tube, the extreme portability of the patented collapsible FlexTube design and SynScan computerised Go-To technology, the new Skyliner FlexTube Synscan Dobsonians bring over 42,900 celestial objects right in front of your eyes, and automatically tracks them as they move across the sky
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355mm (14") f/4.5 PARABOLIC GO-TO DOBSONIAN 

Skywatcher supplied product information

The patented dual-encoder design allows you to manually move the telescope anytime and to anywhere you wish - with no need for realignment. Slewing to an object on the opposite side of the night sky no longer feels like watching a kettle boil. Simply push the tube close to the object and let the computer do the rest of the work.

  • Magnifications (with Eyepieces supplied): x64 & x160

  • Highest Practical Power (Potential): x710

  • Diameter of Primary Mirror: 355mm

  • Telescope Focal Length: 1600mm (f/4.5)

  • Eyepieces Supplied (1.25"): SP10mm & 25mm

  • Dual-Speed 2" Crayford Focuser

  • Parabolic Primary Mirror

  • 0.5mm Ultra-Thin Secondary Mirror Supports

  • 9x50 Finderscope

  • Direct SLR Camera Connection

  • 3-Point tube locking system, fully retractable

  • Tube dimensions: 500mm (diameter), 970mm-1510mm (length)

  • Alt-Azimuth Mount with Accessory Tray and Built-in Heavy-Duty Servo Motors

  • SynScan AZ Computerised Handset

  • 42,900+ Object Database containinf full Messier, NGC and IC catalogues

  • Quiet operation

  • Power Requirement: 12v DC Power Supply (Tip Positive). Sky-Watcher 17Ah Power Tank Recommended

  • 40% more Light Gathering than 300m


Data sheet

Optical Design
14 inch
Mount Type
Wooden AZ Go-To
Focal Length
1600 mm
Focal Ratio
What is more important?
Brightness over image resolution
Telescope to navigate for you?
Yes, I would like a scope to guide me.

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