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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #249253

For Sale: Superb, Meopta 70mm Spotting Scope w/3 eyepieces --- SALE PENDING ---

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Made in the Czech Republic by a long established military optics firm, this Hermes 1 70mm spotting scope is an incredibly light and robust scope that has optics that are more than equal to the best of the Japanese and Chinese short tube refractors.

It is imported into the USA by Valdada, a firm located in Colorado I you do a Google search on ” Meopta Hermes 70mm “ you will find their site and others, including links to reviews. The “Sniper Magazine” one in particular, while a bit bizarre [they test its “waterproofness” and ability to float by throwing it into a river...] is informative.

This is a superb little scope. It comes with 3 high quality eyepieces, 16x, 25x, and 50x. All are Meopta and work well for terrestrial and astro use.

The cost of the scope and the three eyepieces new is over $650. I am selling it for far less, as part of a general “sell everything out to the bare walls” campaign to pay for a new Takahashi Mewlon.

See the photo below and please check my feedback.

$250 shipped via USPS Priority Mail in the USA!

Payment via PayPal (add 3%) or USPS Postal Money Order

Thank You! --- SALE PENDING ---

Dave Werner

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