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Hi I’m quite new to this myself. The telescope you mention from the seller I use would only be £99 brand new but it also depends what mount and tripod it’s on, see link given below to compare your one.
That scope has a objective lens diameter of 70mm, I’d suggest having a refractor of at least 80mm diameter to see much planetary detail, but wait until you get a reply from a full member from here before taking my advice, like I said I’m relatively new to this too.
It should be great for the moon.