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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Misc & Other Astronomy > Classified #247961

For Sale: ScopeGuard Telescope Transport Cases

Ad No.: 247961
Seller: ScopeGuard
Posted: 2/8/2004 7:43 PM
Location: 21102 Timber Ridge Drive
Magnolia, TX - United States
Phone: 281-259-3305
Ad Hits: 260
How do you transport your valuable astronomy possessions?

We offer three case carcass materials, ABS/Ply, Finland Birch Hex-A-Grip and our lightweight FLight Panel, a total of ten color choices. These materials are wrapped in tongue & groove aluminum extrusion, riveted through and our hardware is industrial rated. All of our steel latches, handles and corners are zinc coated. Our handles are rubber gripped, spring loaded, recessed dish units.

Our optional corner casters have fully enclosed housings with Colson wheels and the mating extension handles or our new folding handle allow for easy movement and towing.

Tons of options, heavy duty 3.00" and 4.00” diameter removable casters on quick release brackets, tie-down hooks, locks and hasps for padlocks, custom nameplates, shipping label dishes and now ETHAFOAM interiors.

Go to our website for the items we include as standard on our cases that are extra or not even available on competing brands, such as Opti-Dry from AstroPro Products, included with every new case order.

While you are there check out the Thumbnail Images and Customer Comments pages. We must have the best customers ever.

Pictured is the ScopeGuard case for the Meade 12" LX200 GPS in Blue Flight Panel.

Don Holcombe

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