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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #254357

For Sale: Celestron NexStar 5i Optical Tube Plus Extras *** SOLD THANKS KEN****

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Hi there,

I am offering a Celestron Nexstar 5i (Optical Tube Only) telescope with visual back, 45 degree erecting diagonal, red-dot finder, and 3 plossl eyepieces. The sale includes the following:

Nexstar 5i Optical Tube with Starbright Coatings
Celestron red-dot finder
Celestron visual back
Celestron 45 degree correct image erecting prism
Meade 16mm Series 3000 Plossl eyepiece (78 power)
Meade 9.5mm Series 3000 Plossl eyepiece (131 power)
Orion 25mm Plossl eyepiece (50 power)
Dovetail plate to fit on most tripods

I'd like to sell all for $400, but will split up the components as follows:

OTA $350 (will include the dovetail plate and visual back)
45 degree erecting prism ($25)
Orion 25mm eyepiece ($25)
Meade 16mm eyepiece ($25)
Meade 9.5 mm eyepice ($25)

If priced individually it adds up to $450...but will sell for $400 if someone takes all.

I will split shipping costs with the buyer. Condition on all components is excellent. Will offer money back guarantee if not satisfied. This scope has been used indoors only as a spotter scope. I am selling to fund the purchase of an 8" SCT.

Thanks,

Mike
 

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