The Zhumell Commodore Brass Telescope not only offers amazing views of the heavens, but it makes a stylish accent piece for any office, den, or living room as well. This nautical-style refractor telescope features a brass body, a copper-arc altazimuth mount and focuser, and a rich and durable mahogany tripod. With crystalline optical clarity, 40x magnification, and 1000mm focal length, this stately scope is ideal for both stargazing and long-distance terrestrial viewing. The Zhumell Commodore Brass telescope is sure to make a classic, elegant statement anywhere it's placed.
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Telescope, Tripod, Accessory Tray
Dimensions & Specifications
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Zhumell Brass Nautical Telescopes
For the Enthusiast
DocumentationDownload the Zhumell Commodore Brass Telescope Manual
Zhumell Warranty Information
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Default manufacturer warranty.
Return & Exchange Policy
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Q1: Can I use this telescopes to view the mountains?
A: Yes, you'll be able to use the Zhumell Commodore Brass Telescope for viewing mountain scenes. It is ideal for both stargazing and terrestrial viewing.
Q2: Can you give me the tube length and height of the tripod for this model as well as the 343 Zhumell Admiral Wood Finish Telescope. I am looking to put in window of great room and need dimensions before I buy. Thank you.
A: The commodore and the admiral tubes are 40\ long and with the tripod at full extension 60\" tall"
Q3: Does the Commodore have An internal image-correcting lens provideing right-side-up images, making this telescope suitable for both celestial and terrestrial viewing.....like the Alexander?
A: The Zhumell Commodore is suitable for both land and sky viewing and the images are right side up.