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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Reflectors > Classified #225084

For Sale: 12.5" Portaball, f4.8 - Pending Sale

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This is one of the earlier versions of this great scope. I purchased this scope used from Ron Smith and you can see the scope and his comments on the Mag 1 website. This one has the 2 piece aluminum sphere and has the following features:

12.5", f4.8 mirror. I believe this is made by Galaxy but not sure. The optics are excellent. The scope was made before Mag 1 started to use Zambuto mirrors.

Enhanced coating on the secondary.
JMI 2" Focuser with 2" to 1 1/4" adapter.
Telrad Finder.
Light Shroud.
3 leg stand.
Storage cover.
Carry case for poles.

The scope is in excellent condition. The only cosmetic item is a small mark on the mirror but it is near the center location and is in the area blocked by the secondary so has no affect on the view. There are no dings or scratches on the sphere.

The scope is the basic model and does not have the fan or the electrical package.

$2400 plus packaging and shipping costs. Prefer a local pickup, I live in Jackson, TN, and am willing to discount the price if you pick up the scope. Am also willing to drive approx 150 miles to deliver or meet part way.

Will accept money order, certified check, or Paypal plus 3%.


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