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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Misc & Other Astronomy > Classified #117246

For Sale: Flexible Dew Shields For Your New Schmidt-Newtonian

Ad No.: 117246
Seller: AstroZap
Posted: 4/6/2002 9:31 AM
Location: 10610 Berea Road
Cleveland, OH - United States
Phone: 216-334-1622
Ad Hits: 150
We have flexible shields in stock for the new meade LXD55 Sct-Newt's.
All scope's 6", 8", & 10" sizes.

White aluminum shields are also in production and will be availible week of April 15th.

Dew Prevention Shields with Style!

The ultimate flexible dew shield made of lightweight durable ABS plastic and coated with a special star field finish that will dress any scope for the occasion.

Here are some of the advantages:

All of our shields are made of durable black ABS plastic that won’t chip or crack.
The interior is felt lined to help absorb moisture and to prevent extraneous light from reaching the optics.
The exterior is coated with a special two-coat star field finish.
Sewn Velcro strips are present for quick wrap around placement onto the corrector plate rim.
A two-inch rubber trim also wraps around the OTA to prevent any slippage.

Lays flat or rolls up for easy storage.

Huge inventory!

Stock shields:

*Meade* *Celestron* *Televue* *Skywatcher* *Russian Maks*

Custom shields also availible.

Credit cards accepted!

100% Made In America!

Click on the link above for more details.

Pictured below is a Meade 8" Sct-Newt with an Astrozap Flexible Dew Shield

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