Christmas Bundle - Skywatcher 70mm/Book/Torch

Was: 159,85 €
Now: 139,95 €

Great Value Christmas Bundle


Skywatcher Mercury 707 Telescope

A Walk Through the Heavens Book

Skywatcher Dual LED Torch


Normally these all cost €159.85, but we have an extra special Christmas Bundled Deal at €139.95.


The Telescope

The perfect introduction to observing the night sky. Easy to assemble, easy to use, and a great price too.


The Skywatcher Mercury 707 has a 70mm objective lens and is mounted on a simple alt-azimuth mount.

The highly affordable Sky-Watcher MERCURY series of refractor telescopes allow you to take your first steps into the fascinating world of astronomy.

Although similar externally to many other telescopes on the market, these telescopes are supplied with superior 1.25" eyepieces and accessories (not 0.96" or hybrid 1.25") and moreover, the eyepieces have been specially selected to give a much more useful and practical range of magnifications, to increase your viewing experience.



Standard Specifications:

  • Perfect for beginners
  • Magnification (with optics suppl'd): x28, x56, x70, x140
  • Highest Practical Power (Potential): x140
  • Objective Lens Diameter: 70mm
  • Telescope Focal Length: 700mm (f/10)
  • Eyepieces Supplied (1.25"): 10mm & 25mm
  • x2 Barlow Lens
  • 6x24 Finder
  • 1.25"/31.7mm Star Diagonal
  • Multi-Coated Objective Lens
  • Alt-Azimuth Mount
  • Aluminium Tripod with Accessory Tray
  • 36% more Light Gathering than 60mm
  • Tube material: Aluminium


Whats in the box:

  • 70mm Refractor
  • 2 eyepieces, 10mm & 25mm
  • 2x Barlow
  • Aluminium Tripod
  • Finderscope 6x24
  • 1.25"  Star Diagonal
The Book

What is that star called? Where is the Great Bear? A Walk through the Heavens is a beautiful guide to the pathways in the night sky, and which answers these questions and more. Written for complete beginners, this book introduces the reader to the patterns of the northern hemisphere's sky in a clear and memorable way. Its simplified maps and clear instructions make it easy to find the main constellations and identify the bright stars within them. This fourth edition adds color and a map of the Moon to its successful formula. Ancient myths and legends of the sky, some thousands of years old, are retold to add to the wonder and mystery of the stars. No equipment is needed to use this practical guide, just the naked eye and clear dark skies above - simply look up, relax and enjoy this journey across the sky.


  • This long-awaited fourth edition is in color throughout, with a more modern design, updated planet positions, and a new Moon map
  • Suitable for complete beginners of all ages, from eight to eighty
  • The constellations can be seen by the naked eye, so no equipment is required
The Torch

A red flashlight is one of the most beneficial accessories you can own as an amateur astronomer, no matter how occasional your night sky observations may be.  Also, if you plan to observe with other people, whether at a star party or in your own neighborhood, a red flashlight is an important part of good star party etiquette.


When you are outside doing astronomy, or any night-time activity that requires you to see as well as possible, any white light is a detriment.  Every time you use white light, your eyes react.  The pupils contract, making their aperture smaller, and a smaller aperture always means less light-gathering, whether we are talking about your eyes or your optical equipment.

A red flashlight allows you to see your star charts, find an eyepiece in your accessory case, or pick your way over telescope cables and other obstacles without affecting your night vision.  The better your night vision, the more you can see in the eyepiece.


  • Night vision protecting red light for map reading and telescope operation
  • Instant switch between Red and White Light (two pairs of LED's)
  • Adjustable Brightness
  • Battery included