Support Astromart! | Log In | Help
Astronomy NewsTelescope ClassifiedsTelescope AuctionsTelescope Articles & ArticlesTelescope Articles & ReviewsTelescope and Astronomy ForumsAstronomy Events Calendar
View Categories
Browse By Location
Place A New Ad
Display Preferences
Search Classifieds

User Name:

Password:

Save Login
 
New to Astromart?
Register an account...

Terms of Service
Privacy Policy
Help & FAQ
Astronomy Links
User Profiles
Top Users List
Sponsors
Supporters
RSS Feeds

Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #281981

For Sale: HEQ-5 Mount & tripod, Sale Pending, thanks,Dave

Please Log In to view the details for this classified ad.
Don't have an Astromart account? Click here to create one

As everyone knows, Synta makes most of the mounts for Celestron, Meade, Skywatcher and Orion. This is the model between the EQ-5 ( Orion Pro View ) and the EQ-6 ( the Atlas ). It can comfortably support a 25-27lb OTA, but is not much heavier than the Pro View and is much more portable than the Atlas. It is not typically available in the states, so is highly sought. ( This one came from Canada as an educational use import. ) It has been used ten minutes to test the drive motors; the rest of the time it has been in my den. It comes std. with built-in, 3-spd dual drive motors, both hemisphere settings, extended use battery pack ( it's very small ), polar allignment scope and heavy duty tripod with stainless legs. The Orion Pro View sells for $450 ( less shipping ) with the dual drives; the Atlas for$799. I'm asking $375 and we can negotiate shipping. I guarantee this unit to be perfect and in flawless working order ( I just put it in writing ). Pix and specs are available at the web site of skywatchertelescope--a Canadian distributor.
Thanks, Bob Brienzo 281.382.2291
 

Back to Listing

All times are in (GMT-8:00) Pacific Standard Time Zone  
Astronomy News | Telecope Classifieds | Telescope Auctions | Telescope Reviews | Telescopes | Telescope and Astronomy Forums | My Account | Help | RSS