Rigel QuikFinder Illuminated Reticle Finderscope

Rigel QuikFinder Illuminated Reticle Finderscope
$44.95
Item # RI-QUIKFINDER
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  • Red Bullseye Finder Features Unique Upright Design!
  • The Rigel QuikFinder requires less mounting area than traditional illuminated reticule finderscopes.
  • Projects illuminated 2 and 1 concentric red circles unmagnified LED screen with adjustable red bullseye brightness controls and Pulsed or Continuous Illumination of Reticule
  • Rigel QuikFinder measures 4.5 inches tall, 1.4 inches square. Baseplate dimensions: 2.5" long, 2" wide and 1/2"high.
  • Attaches to telescope without drilling. Easy clip-on / clip-off mounting to baseplate.
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Rigel Systems - QuikFinder Red Bullseye Reflex Sight

Do you have trouble seeing through a traditional illuminated reticule finderscope? Then consider the unique upright design of the Rigel Quick Finder. This new breed of reflex sight allows you to use both eyes on its wide-open right-side-up viewing screen. Both eyes means seeing fainter stars! Does your telescope's configuration make it impossible to mount a large red bullseye finder scope? Then look at the Rigel QuikFinder. About 1/10 the size and weight of traditional reflex sights, the Quik Find will measure up to your needs!

Thanks to the Rigel QuickFinder adjustable brightness controls, it's easier than ever to take aim at the stars. Take a look inside this rugged construction LED screen and you'll find a projection of 2º and 1º concentric red circles against an unmagnified background. Rather than charge you for an additional feature, the Rigel QuickFinder reflex sight comes equipped with a pulsed or continuous illumination of the reticule. Starhopping with any telescope now becomes easier with a visual reference on where the optics are aimed. What's more, the Rigel QuikFind clips on and off its base - meaning no tools and adjustment screws to fumble with in the dark! Just take a look a what separates the Quik Finder from the competitors...

Rigel Quik Finder Reflex Sight Extra Features

  • Extra Base Plate for additional telescopes
  • Included long-life lithium battery
  • Built-In Dew Shield
  • Five year Rigel Systems Warranty
Rigel Systems Product Number: QUIKFINDER
Additional Information

Additional Information

SKU RI-QUIKFINDER
Manufacturer Rigel
Warranty 1 Year Warranty
Reviews

Customer Reviews 3 item(s)

Works like a charm
I purchased the Rigel QuikFinder a month or so ago. I had purchased an old Orion Spaceprobe 130ST EQ for a grab and go scope, and it had no finder. After doing some research, I found the Rigel unit was rated very highly when compared with many other red-dot type finders. It was rated highly for optical performance and mechanically being lightweight, easy to install, and easily aligned. The review was accurate on all fronts. The finder comes with two base mounting plated which is a nice touch - I will probably mount it on my Meade LX200GPS also. For visual astronomy without a "goto" capability, this thing is indispensable. Buy it with confidence.
1= Houston, We Have a Problem & 5= It's Out of This World
Review by wesmcd / (Posted on 4/25/2014)
good product
easy to use.
1= Houston, We Have a Problem & 5= It's Out of This World
Review by chayp / (Posted on 10/16/2010)
... Rugged and simple to use... It is the only unit tested that has a bliniking reticle. A tiny knob next to the on-off/brightness control varies the rate from about one pulse per second to an attention getting flicker. At first I felt this feature might be a gimmick, but it proved its worth in the field. I could keep the reticle nice and bright and still see dim stars that disappeared under a constant setting.
David Regen in Sky and Telesope
1= Houston, We Have a Problem & 5= It's Out of This World
Review by / (Posted on 12/5/2007)
Included Items

Included Items

  • Rigel QuikFinder Illuminated Reticule Finderscope
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Does this fibderscope fit on a standard dovetail base bracket on Celestron 9.25" SCT?
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