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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #162771

For Sale: HOLIDAY OFFER! Pre-Order and Pre-Pay on the GEM Table and Get a Free Opti-Dry, ScopeWax and Towel!

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Until January 1st, if you order a GEM Table and Pre-Pay (Next run in January) I will throw in a Opti-Dry, ScopeWax, and one of our Towels to try. That is a $40 value. FREE! You must pre-pay to take advantage of this special offer.

What is the GEM Table. Simply put, it is one of neatest new accessories available for pier owners like AP, ATS, Losmandy and others. The GEM table is designed to fit on 6", 8", 10" and 12". It will hold your laptop, CCD equipment, controllers, EP's, charts, and flashlights right there at your scope on the large 12" Deep x 18" wide surface. You will never have to walk away.

QUOTE FROM USER: "This table is really cool. I love having my EP's right there at my fingertips instead of constantly having to get one and put one back if I want to change them out."

Manufactured using the highest grade aircraft aluminum, powder coat finished, and all stainless steel hardware insure the highest quality.

Special Pre-Order Pricing through the end of the year. All prices INCLUDE shipping!

6" - $225
8" & 10" $250
12" - $275

Black and White available!


Don't delay.

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