Recently, a Gskyer telescope manual has become one of the most sought-after things in beginner astronomy. Quite a few people have asked me for help with their new scope. The actual Gskyer telescope website has no helpful information that I could find. The few websites that seem to turn up when people are looking for a Gskyer telescope manual are click-bait websites just trying to make money off of them without providing any kind of real help.
I always try to help when someone asks, particularly beginners because I know from personal experience how frustrating it can be to have a telescope and not be able to use it. This led me to a thought, what if I could provide some targeted help to these people? The Gskyer telescopes seem to be selling well on Amazon so there are probably a lot of people who need the information. How can I help them get it?
Launching my own informational Gskyer website, GskyerTelescopes.Net, was my answer.
My goal is to make this new Gskyer telescope website a one-stop repository of pretty much anything the budding astronomer with a Gskyer telescope might need. From how to assemble your telescope, how it works, accessories that come with it, new accessories you can add, and detailed information on how to use your new friend are all included. I provide a variety of ways a visitor can find help including:
- PDF files
So what is available on this new Gskyer telescope website?
Included are reviews, how-tos, and suggestions for all the current models of Gskyer telescopes available including the AZ60350, AZ70400, AZ80400, AZ90600, and 130EQ. This covers everything from their little “travel” desktop refractor all the way to their “professional” 130mm reflector on an EQ mount.
Unlike a lot of websites out there, I actually purchased or borrowed every telescope that Gskyer made and used it. This allows me to provide first-hand accounts of things to watch out for, how things work, and how they compare to not only each other but to other manufacturers’ offerings. You will get to watch me in the videos play with each and every single one, and all the accessories too.
All of this really made me realize just why so many people are scouring the internet looking for a Gskyer telescope website, or some form of information. There is virtually nothing included with the telescopes other than a one or two-page assembly guide. That simply is not enough for any telescope, let alone their 130EQ which is a 130mm Newtonian reflector on an equatorial mount.
I am currently just putting together my new Gskyer telescope website so don’t be too critical. If you have suggestions on information I can provide that will be helpful, or see something that doesn’t work, let me know. You can also pitch in and lend a hand, I am happy to take articles and more about Gskyer telescopes, just contact me using the “Contact Me” link at the top of either this website or GskyerTelescopes.net.
I hope you come visit my new Gskyer Telescope website!
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