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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #157955

For Sale: Traveler EDT with field flattener

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I have a Traveler EDT sitting around unused. Prefer larger aperature. I obtained this scope for which I believe I am the third owner 2 years ago as part of a trade and have only used it a hand full of times. It was tentatively sold earlier this year but that fell through. The buyer noted very superficial scratches on the objective that I was previously unaware of. This potential buyer lives near AP. They looked at and cleaned the scope. Roland confirmed the scratches but did not think they could affect the scopes performance. We could not agree on a fair price and the scope came home. Well, I confirmed the scratches too. They are near impossible to detect from front but are obvious looking through the tube from the rear--very fine--probably the result of improper cleaning.

Other info.. Estimated age 7 or 8 years. Originally sold by comany seven. Comes with photographic field flattener, rings, case, 1.25" adapter etc.. Cosmeticly in very good but used condition. No major gauges or dings but there are minor scratches if you look hard enough. Will sell for $2900obo but would prefer a local buyer who could inspect the scope. Pictures won't help. It is a standard issue glossy black Traveler.

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