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Celestron Ultima 80 3.1"/80mm Spotting Scope Kit (Angled Viewing)
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Celestron Ultima 80 3.1"/80mm Spotting Scope Kit (Angled Viewing)

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Part Number:52250

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The angled viewing Ultima 80 3.1"/80mm Spotting Scope Kit from Celestron features a prismatic spotting scope with an 80mm objective.

All models in the Ultima line are mated to an eyepiece and render views which are both right side up and laterally correct to the world, making them good for both terrestrial and celestial observing.  All Ultimas are waterproof, making them more robust than ever before.  Celestron surely is delivering exceptional value.

The Ultima line offers the choice between 45° angled viewing or straight viewing.  Most users will prefer angled scopes because they are both simple to use for birds perched high above the viewer, as well as easily shared among users of differing heights.  But some will prefer the straight viewing models, for these are much easier to use when hunting down the object of interest in the first place.  Straight viewing models are also usually a bit lighter, brighter, and less expensive. The choice is yours.

Certain Celestron products include their "No Fault" warranty coverage, which assures that your spotting scope will be repaired or replaced at Celestron's option for as long as you own tit, no questions asked!  The only requirements on the user's end are to ship the spotting scope (at the user's cost) to Celestron, with 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 Candadian citizens purchasing from an authorized Celestron dealer.

Built-In T-Mount Threading for SLR Shooting
The angled viewing Celestron Ultima series feature a T-mount threading upon the eyepiece barrel, allowing your scope to act as an ultratelephoto lens for your SLR camera (digital OR film) with just the addition of a camera-specific T-mount adapter.
Peepsight for quick initial location of your subject
Rubber armored housing
Smooth focus knob can be turned with a single finger


Magnification 20-60x
Objective Lens Diameter 80mm
Angle of View 20x: 2.0°
60x: 1.0°
Field-of-View (@ 1000 Yds) 20x: 105' (35 m at 1000 m)
60x: 53' (18 m at 1000 m)
Minimum Focus Distance 27.0' (8.2 m) at 20x (unspecified otherwise)
Exit Pupil Diameter 20x: 4.0mm
60x: 1.3mm
Eye Relief 18mm at 20x (unspecified otherwise)
Relative Brightness 20x: 16.0
60x: 1.8
Twilight Factor 20x: 40.0
60x: 69.3
Weatherproofing Waterproof
Dimensions 16.0" (406mm) in Length
Weight 3.31 lb (1500 g)

Package Weight 5.65 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 20.8 x 7.1 x 5.8"

In the Box
Celestron Ultima 80 3.1"/80mm Spotting Scope Kit (Angled Viewing)
  • Objective Lens Cap
  • Eyepiece Cap
  • View-Through Case
  • Eyepiece Case
  • Lifetime Limited Warranty

  • Customer Review:
    I just purchased a Celestron Ultima 80, 20-60X80 spotting scope. In fact the scope arrived yesterday so I had to take it to the range to try it out this morning. I have one word to describe this spotting scope AWESOME!

    I've been shooting for over 40 years and have had a lot of spotting scopes. My favorite that I used for most of those years was a Kowa TSN2 which is a 25X with an 80mm objective. Unfortunately that scope was stolen a couple of years ago. Now that I am semi retired I couldn't afford another Kowa ($800) so I started looking around.

    Some I bought and returned and some I used at the riflerange belonging to others. My prime objective was to be able to see .17 caliber holes at 100 yards and 22 holes at 200. I read the review of spotting scopes in sniper country and bought the Bushnell Spacemaster they recommended, it could see the 17 holes but it was a little fuzzy and difficult to focus on them. Unusable were Burris, Simmons, Leupold (several models) and a few others. The best that I found was a Yukon 6-100X100 so I bought it and used it for a year or so. Then I started reading on these forums about people using the Celestron C90s and I tried one at a benchrest match a couple of months ago and it was very good using the 30X and 45X eyepieces. But the C90 is kind of funny looking and looks a little fragile. Then I read about the Celestron Ultima 80 and 100 so I decided to buy the 80. Well it arrived at a cost of $229.95 delivered!!

    As stated I took it to the range this morning. It is a bright clear day so don't have an impression of it on an overcast day. Tried it at 50, 100 and 200 yards viewing 17 caliber holes, at all the ranges I could see them clearly and was able to focus on them very easily even at 60X. Hate to compare it to a Kowa but it sure seems clearer maybe not if they were side by side but..... This thing is bright clear, a third of a turn moves from 20-60X, easily focused, to me unbelievable. It is rather large and heavy but I don't care about that and the construction and quality is very good to excellent. It is the best spotting scope that I have ever looked through and I have seen a bunch. The only negative is that it is not waterproof but it comes with a nice protective vinyl case. The Celestron Ultima 100 or their ED version must be out of this world!!

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