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Used Telescopes Buyback

Finder Accessories

3 Items
Apertura Premium Finder Scope Shoe

Apertura Premium Finder Scope Shoe - FSSHOE

SKU: APT-FSSHOE
  • Type of Mounting Hardware: Mount Adapters, Stalks & Accessories
  • Dimensions: 30mm Length x 42mm Width x 20.5mm Height
  • Mounts to a wide variety of telescopes thanks to its cross-slot screw hole pattern design
  • Compatible with up to 5mm diameter screws
$14.95
Apertura Illuminator for Reticle Eyepieces

Apertura Illuminator for Reticle Eyepieces - ILLU

SKU: APT-ILLU
  • This red LED Illuminator helps users accurately locate the center of their field of view
  • Compatible with 8 mm female threaded reticle eyepieces
  • An ON/OFF switch and adjustable brightness make use a cinch
  • Power is enabled via two LR44 batteries
$15.95
Apertura Dual Finder Scope Bracket

Apertura Dual Finder Scope Bracket - DUALFB

SKU: APT-DUALFB
  • Type of Mounting Hardware: Mount Adapters, Stalks & Accessories
  • Allows two finder scopes to be mounted onto a single OTA
  • Attachment does not require a drill or any additional tools
  • Ensures ideal telescope aim by supporting multiple aiming techniques
$29.95

Apertura’s founders have decades of experience in astronomy, so they know what users are looking for in a telescope (because it’s what they want, too!). Every telescope made by Apertura is quality that can’t be beaten, and when you’re looking for accessories to make your setup even better, you can count on getting the same great quality time and time again.

One of the best accessories you can find is the Apertura Premium Finder Scope Shoe, which is designed to fit on many different types of telescopes and securely hold your finder scope in place. You might also like the Apertura Illuminator for Reticle Eyepieces, which can help you find the center of your field of view more easily.

If you’re looking for a better finder scope to go with your new accessories, read over our Finder Scope Guide to figure out what’s right for you.