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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #262686

For Sale: For Sale: Tak TAO 130S and EM-200 complete package

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I am selling as a complete package(preferred) or will sell ota/case and mount with accessories separately.

All items have never been used...not even once.

TAO 130S in new condition purchased only a few months old from astromart with scopeguard case, illuminted reticle, finder scope and bracket, etc: $4200

All the following items are brand new with receipts and never used.

Total for the mount and all extras:$5975

Takahashi extra long wooden tripod(SE-LL) for em-200. $550
Takahashi em-200 Temma 2 700x Go To Mount and controller. $4500
Takahashi tube holder for the TAO-130 (155mm). $225
Takahashi Temma 110/24v power supply. $100
Takahashi Temma hand controller. $500 With this you don't need a computer.
Kendrick 12v 18ah power pack. $100

On all the brand spankin unused stuff I have the receipts from Anacortes. You save $527 from what I paid before shipping. I purchased the 130 for $4600 so again you save another $400 for a total of $927. I really dont want to pack it for shipping. I prefer a local sale in the Bay Area, California.
Thanks, George
P.S. Set of Parallax rings for the 130 go with the package...no charge..the are in new condition.
 

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