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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #155844

For Sale: Celestron 2" and 1-1/4" Star Diagonals

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The 2" is the Japanese made model. It is in excellent condition. There are no dings or scratches. The mirror has never been touched and is in perfect condition. This has been an outstanding diagonal. It compares very favorably to the Everbrite in our TV85. Fits Meade and Celestron SCTs, comes with 2" to 1-1/4" reducer and all 3 of the end caps, 3 thumb screws and the original box. These days, I have been using a flip mirror and I decided that I do not need this one any longer. Please note that the Japanese model sells for $156.00 new, the Chinese model sells for $135.00 new.

The 1-1/4" is brand new in the box. It shipped with my telescope (Nexstar 11) and I never used it. In fact, I took it out of the box for the very first time to take these pictures. Honestly, I can not say how it preforms because it has never been used. Comes with original box and both end caps. Usually sells for $39.00 new.

2" Diagonal - Japan - Model No. 93519...........$110.00 -SOLD-
1-1/4" Diagonal - China - Model No. 94115-A....$25.00 -SOLD-

As always, I pay for overnight shipping, I get a discount from FedEx. So, if you can PayPal for either of these items before 3:30 p.m. CST they will be in your telescope tomorrow. If you have any question, feel free to e-mail me or call me at 281.798.4666 (day time).

Thanks for looking,

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