Kendrick DewCap Dew Shields

Optical Tube Outer Diameter: 105mm (about 4")
Sale price$37 CAD
In stock: 2 unit(s) - Most orders placed by 2PM EST will be shipped out the same day (weekdays)

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Stefan Taina
No more dew

It works great; I was struggling with dew all year. I wish they would have one with a notch cut but even without that cut it still prevents the dew forming.


Well made, good fit.


Perfect fit, very good materials.


Kendrick Standard DewCaps are constructed of black ABS plastic and are all felt lined for maximum absorption of moisture and baffling of stray light. The cap is attached by wrapping it around your telescope just below the front lens or corrector plate ring. The two outside ends are then pressed together using the sewn on Velcro. A rubber strip is supplied that must be attached along the bottom of the DewCap where there is no felt. This provides a friction fit so that the DewCap stays in place once attached. It also allows enough room to attach one of our heaters around the corrector plate ring on the inside of the DewCap.

Ironically, DewCaps will not prevent dew from forming on your telescope. They only delay it, typically by 20 to 40 minutes after dew point has been reached. A DewCap will provide greater contrast while observing by cutting down on the amount of stray light that enters the front of your telescope due to street lights, skyglow, etc. We highly recommend the use of a DewCap if you have a SCT for this reason alone.

Q. Can I use a Standard DewCap with a Kendrick Heater?
A. Yes you can. Our Standard DewCaps come with a .5" thick rubber strip along the bottom. This provides plenty of room to wrap a heater around your telescope and then wrap the Standard DewCap around the heater, enclosing the heater inside the DewCap. This changes the Standard DewCap to a heated DewCap and you have the choice of using either our Premier heaters or the low wattage FireFly heaters.

Q. Can I modify the DewCap to accommodate dovetails and other hardware?
A. Yes you can. All you need is a utility knife. If you do modify our DewCap, you must make sure that the corners of the cut are rounded otherwise the corner could split on you. See an explanation on how to do this at the DewCap modification link below.


Recommended For

2030 Dew Cap to fit telescope tubes with an outside diameter of 105mm (about 4")
2030-A Dew Cap to fit telescope tubes with an outside diameter of 120mm (about 4.75")
2031 Dew Cap for Celestron C5. Fits tube diameters of 140mm (about 5.5")
2031-A Dew Cap to fit telescope tubes with an outside diameter of 160mm (about 6.3")
2032 6 inch Dew Cap, Fits Tube Diamter 180mm (7 in.)
2032-A Dew Cap to fit telescope tubes with an outside diameter of 200mm (about 8")
2032-B Dew Cap fit telescope tubes with an outside diameter of 220mm (about 8.75")
2033 Dew Cap for Meade and Celestron 8 inch SCTs
2033-A Dew Cap for 8 inch Astrotech AT8RC
2033-B Dew Cap for Meade 8 inch LXD55 and SN 8 inch LXD75
2034 Dew Cap for C9.25 SCT
2035 Dew Cap for Meade 10 inch SCT
2036 Dew Cap for Celestron C11
2037 Dew Cap for Meade 12 inch SCT
2038 Dew Cap for C14



How To Modify a Kendrick Standard DewCap (PDF)

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