Are Tasco telescopes any good?
The main reason Tasco telescopes perform poorly is that they often come with poor quality eyepieces and an equally poor quality star diagonal. Fortunately, the Tasco objectives (or primary mirror for reflecting telescopes) still seem to be of decent quality.
How to aim a tasco telescope?
Select a target (begin with the moon) and gently move the telescope tube to align it with the target by sighting down the length of the telescope. When you get the telescope roughly aligned, use the small finder scope on the side of the telescope to make any fine adjustments to the alignment.
What happened to Tasco?
On May 29, 2002, Tasco Worldwide initiated liquidation of all its assets. after defaulting on nearly $30 million in loans.
Is Tasco still in business?
Telescope giants Tasco Worldwide and Celestron International are once again in the news following yesterday’s announcement that Tasco is liquidating its assets after defaulting on nearly $30 million in loans.
Is Tasco a good brand of binocular?
Are Tasco Binoculars any good? In our opinion, yes. For the money, Tasco binos are worth it. You get good lenses, great magnification and a wide selection to hit almost any budget.
Is the Tasco 675x telescope a good telescope?
Getting back to the “675x Tasco Telescope”… many of the telescopes that Tasco markets with this claim are 60mm refractors. Let me assure you this: the view through a Tasco 60mm telescope at 675x will be absolutely useless. At this magnification, it would take someone experienced with telescopes just to locate the Moon in the eyepiece!
What can you buy at a Tasco store?
Here you can find everything from our popular telescopes, riflescopes, binoculars, spotting scopes, red dot sights, and golf laser rangefinders. No matter your outdoor passion, Tasco strives to balance quality and price so anyone can afford to see the beautiful moments in life.
Which is the best Tasco rifle scope to buy?
Spend less on your scope and more on the adventure. Our riflescopes are made to deliver the highest quality at market leading prices. The full-size Essentials 8X42 roof prism binocular features multi-coated optics for a bright, clear view. The 8x magnification offers a great field of view that’s perfect for all-around use such as… more
What kind of optics do you need for a Tasco?
The full-size Essentials 8X42 roof prism binocular features multi-coated optics for a bright, clear view. The 8x magnification offers a great field of view that’s perfect for all-around use such as… more The ProPoint 1x30mm red dot site is rugged and constructed to handle the recoil of a rifle while delivering a daylight bright dot.