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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #146210

For Sale: William Optics GT-ONE [SOLD]

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Hello all,

I am selling my prized GT-ONE mount, in order
to finance a larger Newtonian, and to regain some
needed storage space. It is one of the original
standard mounts, not the "heavy duty" (HD) version,
that you perhaps have seen for sale at Anacortes
in previous months. The standard package is:

GT-ONE Head
Polarscope
Vixen SkySensor2000 with cables
One counterweight
Wooden tripod with center support
Tools and manual

In addition, I am including:

Second counterweight
G11 saddle plate

This is a very beautiful, accurate GOTO mount,
truly capable of 40 lbs. photographic, and 60 lbs.
visual load, with about a plus/minus 5 arc-second
periodic error. It's perfect for that AP155EDF, or
8 to 10" Maksutov (or of course, something lighter ;-).
Check out the William Optics web site for a "commercial"
view. Mine is definitely used, with a few minor scratches
and chips, but has never been damaged in any way.

I am asking $3000 U.S. plus shipping, or best offer,
and would very much prefer someone local, or at least
in the continental U.S. E-mail me for a phone number
and/or additional pics.

Thanks for perusing,

Gregory Santos
Encinitas, CA
 

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