Future Optics Laser Pointer Double-Ring Bracket

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Future Optics Laser Pointer Double-Ring Bracket
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  • This heavy-duty Future Optics dual-ring laser pointer bracket will help you convert your laser pointer into a cool finder for your telescope.
  • Three-point adjustment knurled knobs help make alignment fast and easy.
  • The bracket base is drilled for a 1/4" screw for attachment to most any telescope.
  • Laser pointer is sold separately. If you don't have one already, choose from the suggested accessories listed on the right.


Future Optics Adjustable Bracket for a Laser Pointer

If you have a laser pointer, and you'd like to use it on your telescope as a finder, this metal double-ring laser bracket should do the trick. The base of the bracket has a drilled 1/4" hole that will fit most telescope optical tube assemblies. You can make three-point adjustments to the alignment of the laser pointer with six knurled knobs that are over-sized to make it easy to manipulate them in the dark or with gloves on. The rings will accept most any laser pointer, and it can be quickly removed when your telescope is not in use so that you can use your laser pointer for other tasks.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Optics Future
Warranty 1 Year Warranty
Included Items

Included Items

  • Future Optics Laser Pointer Double-Ring Bracket
Questions & Answers

Product Questions

What are the base dimensions and how tall is this bracket?
What bracket/plate do I need to attach it to my Stellarvue SVR102T? Thanks!
What is the size of the rings ? Maximum size of the laser ?
Will the laser pointer double ring bracket fit on Explore Scientific ED80 finder scope base?  If not, can you recommend any way to mount laser on ES80?
Can this bracket be mounted to a Meade 10" LX200 SCT? Do I need an additional mounting bracket?
Will this bracket fit on an Orion 10145 Dual Finder Scope Mounting Bracket?
Does the laser bracket include a way to keep the laser pointer turned on, or does the operator need to hold down the laser pointer on/off button manually?
Is this bracket made from ABS plastic or Aluminum?
Could I use it in my Televue 76 mm telescope?
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