Support Astromart! | Log In | Help
Astronomy NewsTelescope ClassifiedsTelescope AuctionsTelescope Articles & ArticlesTelescope Articles & ReviewsTelescope and Astronomy ForumsAstronomy Events Calendar
View Categories
Browse By Location
Place A New Ad
Display Preferences
Search Classifieds

User Name:

Password:

Save Login
 
New to Astromart?
Register an account...

Terms of Service
Privacy Policy
Help & FAQ
Astronomy Links
User Profiles
Top Users List
Sponsors
Supporters
RSS Feeds

Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #184026

For Sale: Losmandy G-11 ScopeGuard

Ad No.: 184026
Seller: ScopeGuard
Posted: 4/6/2003 2:42 PM
Location: 21102 Timber Ridge Drive
Magnolia, TX - United States
Phone: 281-259-3305
Email: donholco@sbcglobal.net
Ad Hits: 604
This is the ScopeGuard Telescope Transport Case for the Losmandy G-11 equatorial mount. This particular case is constructed from our Hex-A-Grip Finland Birch plywood. This Finland Birch is laminated from strictly ply material, five (5) plys in the 6.5mm thickness. No cabinet or furniture plywood here, no sawdust filler layers. The Hex-A-Grip also features a Phenolic-epoxy resin impregnated into inside and outside surfaces. Available in Black only.

Our cases feature double wall extruded aluminum with tongue and groove valences. Full length steel piano hinged lids, gasket seal on the interlocking case lid interface, webbed nylon lid straps mean no scratching the surface of your mount or OTA, all steel zinc coated corners, braces, handles and latches. All handles have rubber grips and all of our cases feature rubber foot pads.

Plus ScopeGuard is the only case manufacturer that includes AstroPro Products Opti-Dry in every case.

Drop by our website for photos, standard features, options and customer comments. Compare our cases to the rest, you decide.



 

Back to Listing

All times are in (GMT-8:00) Pacific Standard Time Zone  
Astronomy News | Telecope Classifieds | Telescope Auctions | Telescope Reviews | Telescopes | Telescope and Astronomy Forums | My Account | Help | RSS