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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Reflectors > Classified #227845

For Sale: 12.5" Portaball---Sale Pending

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<Platform Sold--Sale Pending on the Portaball>

12.5" Portaball from Mag 1 Instruments, fully loaded. F4.8 version with aluminum sphere and Pegasis primary. Also an ET Platforms EQ tracking platform custom made for the Portaball by Terry Hubert. Can email additional photos. Features include--

Portaball:
Enhanced 96% coatings on primary
.9883 Strehl (excellent images!!!)
9X50 optical finderscope w/ quick-release bracket
Built-in battery, charger, cooling fan, secondary dew heater, eyepiece/finder objective warmer
Shroud and upper tube light baffle
2" JMI focuser w/ upgraded knobs
Wheelbarrow transport cart
AstroSystems 2" laser collimator
Heavy duty scope cover (for use when assembled)
Sphere cover (for transport)
Original base

ET Platform:
Excellent wood workmanship!
Weighs only 15 lbs
Customized for 38-degrees North, but can be used several degrees N/S
Resets instantly with the pull of a handle. No waiting for rewind!
Runs on a single 9-volt battery
Handy speed control box
Red-dot alignment tool (needs battery)
Built-in bubble level, levelers & compass

Combo price: $2,999. Will consider selling separatly. Individual pricing: Portaball, $2,599; Platform, $499. Shipping not practical, but will meet buyer anywhere within 200 miles or so of central Missouri.
 

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