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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #243287

For Sale: Sold Like New Meade ETX-125 w UHTC Coating and 884 Tripod Used less than 5 times

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For Sale Like New Meade ETX-125 w/UHTC Coatings 884 Tripod and Electronic Hand Controller.

Sold

Used less than 5 times (My Loss).

Pristine Condition

Sells new for over $1000.00 plus shipping.

Yours for $850.00 plus $25.00 shipping in the Co-US-48

I accept Paypal % 3%

Thanks for looking

ETX-125EC Astro Telescope: With twice the light-collecting area of the ETX-90EC, the ETX-125EC permits a much broader range of astronomical study. Jupiter's cloud belts are observable at a significantly heightened level of detail, with whirls and festoons and the Great Red Spot readily visible as they transit the planet's disc; microfine lunar detail beyond the reach of smaller telescopes can be resolved in the ETX-125EC. In deep-space the ETX-125EC's larger aperture enables the observation of galaxies and nebulae in much wider extension and permits the resolution of celestial objects as faint as magnitude 12.5.

The observer who accepts astronomy as a serious field of interest will find the Meade ETX-125EC a deeply satisfying instrument for a lifetime of high-resolution astronomical study.
 

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