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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #242235

For Sale: 12" MEADE LX200 EMC

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Comes with Meade 8 x 50 finder scope
2" angle viewer with 1-1/4" adapter
Telview 32 mm eyepiece-new
Meade super plossl 26mm
Meade hand controller and 120Va- 18Vdc power supply
Giant field Tripod and eyepiece shelf
To the best of my knowledge I am the second owner of this scope. I have only used this scope 5-6 times and WOW! what great views and it is very easy to use. Using the 2 star alignment the scope finds your target dead center and tracks perfectly. Scope and all accessories are in excellent condition. Tripod has the usual slight rust spots but otherwise perfect. With the eyepiece plate in place one man can set this up fairly easily, but it is big! FYI one night I used a 300 watt inverter plugged into my cigarette lighter and 75' of extention chord and the scope ran perfect hr. after hr.. Inverters cost about $20.00. By using an inverter you can use the scope anywhere. I have all original boxes and instructions. I will ship anywhere in the CONUS. Shipping to be paid by buyer, probably +- $200-250 or you can pick it up in northwest Houston,Texas. Usual payment options, check has to clear B4 shipping. Prefer money order.
Please feel free to E-mail me with questions or call me anytime, my number is 713-822-1820. Thanks for looking! Jerry
Price $ 2,350.00
Sale complete. Thanks Astromart!

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