PushTo or manual telescopes are a great way to look at the stars. There's something satisfying about learning to navigate the night sky through recognizing constellations and asterisms, and then star hopping to the nearest Messier object, or binary system. These are low-tech, low-fuss telescopes that will give you years of enjoyment as you explore space from the comfort of our home planet. We've bundled them with filter sets to enhance details and contrast, great guide books, and  red-light flashlights so you can see what you're doing without wrecking your night vision.

Learn to Stargaze Reviews Our Startravel 102 Bundle!

This video is a great review of not just the Startravel 102 but the great accessories we offer in all of our bundles below. Have a watch and see why these will help you get the most out of your telescope.

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Celestron
Celestron Starsense Explorer LT 114AZ (22452) $326.95
Why We Recommend
Celestron has reinvented the manual telescope with StarSense Explorer-the first telescope that uses your smartphone to analyze the night sky and calculate its position in real time. Make your selection and arrows appear onscreen, guiding you.
Celestron
Celestron Starsense Explorer DX 130AZ (22461) $649.95
Why We Recommend
Celestron has reinvented the manual telescope with StarSense Explorer-the first telescope that uses your smartphone to analyze the night sky and calculate its position in real time. Make your selection and arrows appear onscreen, guiding you.
Sky-Watcher
Sky-Watcher Heritage 150 Collapsible Table... $420.00
Why We Recommend
By using a lightweight 150mm parabolic primary mirror and a compact, manual azimuth mount, the Heritage 150 is the perfect blend of portability and aperture, just as Newton intended.
Sky-Watcher
Sky-Watcher Heritage 130 Collapsible Table... $370.00
Why We Recommend
By using a lightweight 130mm parabolic primary mirror and a compact, manual azimuth mount, the Heritage 130 is the perfect blend of portability and aperture, just as Newton intended.