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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #234741

For Sale: MEADE 8" LX200GPS - UHTC LIKE NEW**SOLD...THANKS JOHN***

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Selling equipment due to disability. Items have been used very little (max 3 months, then stored). I am now in Lake Havasu, AZ and have everything with me. (For contact, leave msg for Skip 1-800-742-8278)

1.MEADE LX200GPS 8" UHTC (Ultra High Transmission Coating)
Comes with:
Auto Star II Go-To, with 30223 listings;
Heavy Duty Tripod;
Home made solar caps for the small spotting scope and the 8";
Leftover "Baader AstroSolar" Filter Material;
Lenses:
"Siebert Optics" 9mm Ultra Wide & 7mm Standard;
Meade Super Plossi 25mm;
University Konig 32mm & 12mm;
Guidescope mount by "Guide Star" w/orthogonal Az/El motion controlled by knobs (no more diddling with 3 screws trying to locate a guide star) w/rings that accept OTAs to 4-5/8";
"Ganymede" Guidescope G185(Galileo 80mm f/5)w/University 18mm eyepiece;
Meade Anti-Vibration Pads;
Orion Sky Glow filter;
Digital camera adapter;
Power box w/5 outlets that will hook up to a 12V transformer or battery.

ALL THIS FOR $2099 plus actual insured shipping costs.
(Extras are worth hundreds more.)

See also ads #234761 & 234767.

WANT MORE PHOTOS OR INFO? LET ME KNOW VIA EMAIL.
 

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