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The Sky-Watcher Dobson flextube 14" Go-To collapsible combines the great light gathering of the Dobson telescope with the convenience of the computerised system SynScan. Once the telescope is aligned, the Go-To system allows the user to slew the telescope towards planets, stars, nebulae, galaxies, clusters and much more. The SynScan has 42,900 celestial objects in its memory, allowing for an amazing journey of the night sky. The Deep Sky Tour function suggests a list of the most interesting deep sky objects so even the beginner astronomer can easily observe faint objects with a touch of a button.

The patented collapsible system is the ultimate in technology and portability and is ready for night sky action in seconds; the spring loaded system enables an easy, single handed extension of the tube.

The Freedom Find technology (dual-encoder) allows the telescope to be moved manually whenever the user wishes, but without losing any of the pre-set alignment.

To top it off, the Sky-Watcher Collapsible Dobsonians are equipped with a 2″ Crayford focuser and focuser locking screw.



Optical design



355 mm

Focal length

1650 mm

Focal ratio


Secondary mirror

93 mm (minor axis)



Resolving power

0.34 arc seconds

Stellar limiting magnitude


Max magnification

710 x

Light gathering power

2572 times the human eye


Crayford 2" dual speed

Max tube length

1510 mm (extended)

Min tube length

970 mm (collapsed)

Tube outer diameter

421 mm

Tube weight

25 kg

Base size

914 mm x 777 mm

Base weight

46.5 kg

Max eyepiece height

1625 mm





  • SkyWatcher Flextube 350 collapsible Go-To
  • SynScan hand controller with cable (RJ45 to RJ12)
  • 12V power supply cable
  • 2" tube extension for 2" eyepieces
  • Finderscope 9 x 50
  • Eyepiece adapter from 2″ to 1.25″ with M42 thread
  • Eyepiece 1.25″ Super Plossl 25mm (48x) – apparent field of view 52°
  • Eyepiece 1.25″ Super Plossl 10mm (120x) – apparent field of view 52°
  • User and SynScan Manual
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