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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #204266

For Sale: Aluminum Dew Shields For Your Catadioptric *We Have Your Color*

Ad No.: 204266
Seller: AstroZap
Posted: 7/16/2003 2:33 PM
Location: 10610 Berea Road
Cleveland, OH - United States
Phone: 216-334-1622
Ad Hits: 359
Astrozap is pleased to offer aluminum dew shields in a wide range of colors for most popular brands of telescopes.

We carry everything from the classic Celestron Orange to the new Meade 14" GPS Midnight Blue.

*Black* *Blue* Gray Metallic* *Orange* *White*

Our aluminum shields have the following features:

Durable powder coated finish!
Heavy duty threaded inserts with nylon screws for a secure fit!
Black felt interior to help absorb moisture and increase contrast!
Die cut packaging to assure a safe trip to your location.

Listen to what our customers are saying...

I just received your aluminum dew shield for my 14" sct. I must say that other than dew protection, it has provided a significant boost in contrast by eliminating stray light from nearby street lights. This morning I saw one of mars' moons with direct vision. As an experiment, I took the dew shield off and then couldn't see the moon even with averted vision. put the shield back on and there it was again. Thanks for a great product!

Please visit our website for more information.
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