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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Reflectors > Classified #275059

For Sale: XT10 Carrying Case for 10" Dob $69 Shipped

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SALE PENDING.

Nearly New Padded Scope Case for 10" reflector telescope. Perfect for the Orion XT-10 Intelliscope or XT10 classic.

This padded case has two separate zippers that meet in the middle. Like new, still has Orion paper tag on it. Also, has Orion name sewn into it. This bag makes transporting your scope to the back yard or to your dark site much easier. The straps are off-set slightly to one end, so when you load the mirror-side (the heavier side) first and it will balance well -- just sling it over your shoulder.

$69 shipping included; no extra charge for PayPal.
Dog not included.

This padded scope case provides a convenient means for transporting your 48" or F/5 10" scope. It'll stay cleaner and last longer, free of dings and scrapes.

This bag is made of heavy, water-resistant blue polyester/nylon material with padding sewn into the inner lining. Full-length zipper allows easy access. Handle straps fit nicely in the hand and most are long enough to sling over a shoulder, too.

Comfortable to carry, forgiving of bumps and bruises, and more space-efficient than boxy hard cases.

 

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