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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Reflectors > Classified #196228

Sale/Trade: Great Beginner 6 inch Telescope with Extra's (REDUCED) <Sale Pending>

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Celestron C-150 (6 inch aperture) HD Newtonian Reflector Telescope on a CG-4 Equatorial Mount and Tripod bought during December 2001. Scope has a focal length of 1000mm (F/6.7) amd weighs 38 pounds with tripod. This telescope is in excellent condition and at a great size for a beginner. The focuser takes 1.25" eyepieces only. This great telescope deal also includes:

Original Instructions
Dust Cover
6x30mm Celestron Finderscope
Celestron Collimation Eyepiece
Celestron Vibration Reducing Pads (A $50.00 value!) These work great

No eyepieces included and does not have screws for the tray on the tripod but I'll include it anyway, you can most likely order them directly from Celestron. This scope sells for $449.00 in telescope stores. I would like to sell this scope for $250.00 SHIPPED!!! I am willing to TRADE this scope for a 27 mm Panoptic or a Type 6 Nagler (either 13 mm or 9 mm) They must be either new or like new and have pristine optics with no marks or defects. Set screw marks on barrel are ok. Having the original box and caps are a big plus. Please contact me with any questions/comments or more pictures.

Thanks, Bryan

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