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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #255204

For Sale: Mint Nexstar 11” GPS Computerized GOTO Telescope

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UPDATED - added 2 items to sweeten deal.

Due to health reasons I’m leaving astronomy. This is a great way for someone to start observing. This is one of the best fully computerized telescopes you can buy.

Telescope and installed Accessories:
Mint Nexstar 11” GPS Computerized GOTO Telescope (no tripod) with stock accessories and original box (new $2650) with:
Starlight Instruments SCT Micro Focuser (new $189).
TeleVue 2” Diagonal with 1.25” adapter (used $90)
Kendrick Dew Shield notched for this scope (new $66)
Lumicon UV Dust Seal Filter - Celestron 11/14" (new $90)
Telescope Balancing Kit SCT for NexStar 11 GPS (new $60)
2 extra 1 lb. Pancake Counterweights for above kit (new $34)
Collimation thumbscrews for NexStar 11 GPS (new $14)
$ 19.95 Celestron RS-232 cable for NexStar scopes (new $20)

New this will cost you $3213, get it used in mint condition for $2700 plus actual shipping and insurance. I’m selling a custom built all aluminum pier with stainless steel hardware drilled for alt-alz mount for $200 to whoever buys this scope, $400 if buying without scope plus actual shipping.

Clear skies,
Michael
 

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