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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Binoculars > Classified #173040

For Sale: Orion Giant 20x80mm Binoculars *SOLD*

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For sale is one pair of Orion 20x80mm binoculars. I have rarely used these, maybe five times. They are about 2 years old and were bought by me from Orion. Included with the binoculars are the following items (all originally packaged with the binos): caps for main objectives and eyepieces, rubber eyecups, carrying case, L-bracket, neck strap, and original box. If requested, I will also include the book titled “Touring the Universe Through Binoculars” by Phillip S. Harrington. These binos provide great views of nebulas, galaxies, the moon and comets, they provide a 3.5deg. field of view, I’ve even been able to make out the rings of Saturn through them. Please see the Orion website for more detail. My reason for selling these is to partially pay for a telescope I have just bought on Astromart. These are dear to me and provide great views so the price is firm. I’m asking $250 plus shipping and handling. I will pay any additional shipping cost over $20US when shipped FedEx Ground anywhere in North America. I will accept money order or checks. Please, if you have any questions or want me to send you pictures feel free to e-mail me.
 

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