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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Misc & Other Astronomy > Classified #217983

For Sale: AstroPro Opti-Dry the Astromart ORIGINAL moisture protection unit!!

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Opti-Dry is the original self-contained moisture protection device. These are so unique I have a Patent Pending on them. These great devices are designed to absorb excess moisture such as dew that may form on any of your equipment, EP's, telescopes, or other valuable equipment. You place them inside your eyepiece box, inside you corrector or refractor covers, inside scope cases, or inside any equipment boxes where you want to make sure moisture doesn't get to you stuff. Moisture left unchecked can wreck havoc on optics, metal and delicate surfaces.

Our Opit-Dry come with a "BLUE" indicator packet and a whopping 6.5 grams of desiccant. What is a blue indicator pack? This blue packet will turn pink when the desiccant has absorb all the moisture it can hold and it is time to change with your FREE replacement pack already included. Simply unscrew the unit, throw out the old desiccant, and replace with the provided charge and screw back together. It's that simple. Opti-Dry also includes replacement desiccant for the life of your unit.*

Don't take a chance. Use Opti-Dry for peace of mind.

For more information and ordering please see our website for details.

* Restrictions Apply.

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