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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #196476

For Sale: Meade ETX 125 Wtih Auto Star, Tripod and Wedge [SOLD]

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Meade ETX 125 with standard coating For Sale comes with:

AutoStar for the ETX
Electronic Controller, EC, (NON Autostar Standard Equipment)
Electric Focuser for ETX 125 with hand controller (Original Hand Knob and hardware included in case you want to reinstall it)
TAL Telescope TRD-S Wood Tripod
Sky and Telescope April 2003 pg125, Wood Wedge
Celestron 32mm 1.25” Multi-Coated Eye Piece (Not Pictured)
Meade Series 4000 26mm Eye Piece (Standard Equipment)
Meade #64 T-Adapter for ETX for Imaging ($34.95)(Not Pictured)
Field Tripod Mounting Plate
#825 8x25mm Right Angle ViewFinder
#887 Tripod Adapter with Adapter Knobs (qty.2) allows mounting the scope on the LX200 field tripod or wedge.
Wrench Set

The scope is used, like new and the Optics are fantastic. I can send you the URL of images taken with this scope. Purchased in July 2002. Original Packing and Instructions. For more details about the ETX take a look at the Meade product page.

$700.00 U.S. Dollars for the package (Money Order or Cashiers Check) buyer pays actual shipping and insurance to the lower 48 States.


Thanks you,


art

 

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