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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Filters > Classified #277960

For Sale: Solar Filters - Baader Astro Solar Safety Film

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Several different sizes of Solar filters new and never used, made w/ Baader Astro Solar Safety Film, cells made from fine wood veneers with a hand rubbed, high gloss, oil finish.

#1) Cherry solar filter has a 4" aperture and a 5" ID. Will fit a TV101, or TV102 perfectly but will fit other similar sized scopes. $50

#2) Mahogany Solar Filter, 8" aperture, 10-5/8" ID, 7/8" deep. Sized for an 8" dob, but will fit others $60

#3) Black Walnut Burl Binocular Solar Filters. Aperature is 70mm the inside diameter of the cell is 85mm, should fit most but not all 70mm binoculars. $45 -- SOLD -- Thanks Brian

#4) Carpathian Elm Burl Binocular Solar Filters. The aperature is 70mm the inside diameter of the cell is 85mm, should fit most but not all 70mm binoculars. $60

#5) Carpathian Elm Burl Binocular Solar Filters. The aperature is 50mm, the inside diameter is 70mm and made to fit most 50mm binoculars. $40

All plus shipping, includes a cardboard storage frame and extra foam tape to adjust the friction fit. Thanks for looking - Nick L

Other sizes and materials are available, please contact me if you'd like a quote.
 

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