Levenhuk LabZZ D1 Telescope

Levenhuk LabZZ D1 Telescope

Category: Telescope

Product ID:70787

Country: PRC, controlled by Levenhuk, Inc. (USA)

Warranty: lifetime

Weight: 4.2 lb (1.91 kg)

UPC: 0611901505701

Package size (LxWxH): 9.8×9.8×14.2 in (25×25×36 cm)


price $74.95 ( us )



Wanna see the stars with a little better imaging? well the LABZZ D1 can bump up your power, but not drain your hip pocket, this little beauty can allow you to see the lunar surface in detail, the near by planets, even deep space bright objects, it is small and compact making it easier to travel with.

The basic configuration of the telescope make it 1 of the best for beginners, it is easy to set up needing very few adjustments, you just point it to where you want to look and away you go, perfect for at home viewing or used in school projects.


This is a great telescope to start out with, but my 1 dislike is that it is table top mounted ( needs a flat surface ) which to my mind doesn’t make it ideal for camping,  ( unless you  are carrying a table in your camping gear  ) this would be hard to set up on a mountain ( which is where you can get the best views in my opinion. )


Maximum magnification of the included lens is 100x

Easy-to-use, 360° rotatable tabletop Dobsonian mount

Excellent choice for beginners in astronomy

Coated optics

Minimum of chromatic aberrations

The kit includes:

Levenhuk LabZZ D1 Telescope

H6 eyepiece, 1.25’’

H20 eyepiece, 1.25’’

2x Barlow lens

User manual and lifetime warranty




2 comments on Levenhuk LabZZ D1 Telescope

  • Trevor says:

    Thank you for a complete and informative website. i enjoyed the glossary and the telescope reviews. I have recently acquired a low end telescope and i appreciate the product reviews. I like the looks of the desk top model. The strange things page is fun . Are we alone, its an interesting question. Thanks Kevin for a great website.

    • raven says:

      glad to hear about your new telescope , you’ll have to tell me how you like later on , so do you think we are alone? I like to think LIFE is too random in the universe, I mean here on earth we have bacteria that can survive the hot temps of a volcano , so why not survive in the deadly atmosphere of a distant planet

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