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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Reflectors > Classified #159076

For Sale: Celestron 114GT

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I bought this telescope at a swap meet. It was seldom used by the previous owner, and I have used it only 4 or 5 times. It is in excellent condition. As a newbie I find that I want to start with binoculars, so I am selling it. It is advertised at Scope City for $439.95 + $28.17 shipping. Will sell for $300 or best offer. The buyer pays the shipping, or you can pick it up in Oakland, California.

This is part of the description from the Celestron website:

The NexStar 114 Newtonian reflector has 265 times the light gathering power of the average human eye, revealing fine detail within galaxies and nebulae. This compact design brings objects into view with a 114mm aperture, 1000mm focal length capable of achieving magnifications of 40x and 100x with the included eyepieces.

NexStar 114 Specifications:

114mm (4.5") Diameter Newtonian Reflector
Focal Length of 1000mm
Focal Ratio of f/9
Weight: 15.5 Lbs.
Additional Technical Specifications>>>

NexStar 114 Standard Accessories:

25mm (40x) and 10mm (100x) 1ΒΌ" SMA Eyepieces
Star Pointer Finderscope
The Sky Level I CD-ROM
Sturdy, Adjustable Aluminum Tripod with Accessory Tray
GT Models come with the Complete Go-To Computer Hand Control


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