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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Reflectors > Classified #107119

Sale/Trade: 10" EQ Telescope

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I have a MEADE 10" EQ Telescope w/ MAGELLAN II for sale. I know it's winter, but in a couple of months, everybody will have scopes out. I'd like to get a bigger scope and give this one to someone who will really appreciate it like I have! It is in very good condition (I haven't used it in a little over a year...stored in box), but when I did, it was very impressive. This scope comes with all of the usual accessories (2 eye pieces, finder scope, pier mount (quite stable in any condition)...etc.). If you want more, just ask...I might bend.

I've never used The MAG II , but all of my astro buddies have drooled over it's potential. Even when I've gone to Star parties, w/o the MAG II, it never fails to amaze everyone...the MEADE Mirror never fails to open eyes! It's generally just about the biggest and best scope in the area, and sets up very easily. Moon shots are spectacular to ameatures and buffs alike! I have ALWAYS had OOHS! and AHH!S whenever I have looked at the moon with this scope. EVERY TIME!

Give me an offer for this scope. I paid over $1300 for everything but will sell with a reasonable offer.

 

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