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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Binoviewers > Classified #294166

For Sale: Binomate Binoviewer & 100mm Refractor-READ REVIEW!

Ad No.: 294166
Seller: Binoscope Company
S & H: Buyer pays shipping
Payment: Personal or Cashier's Checks, Money Orders, Bank to Bank Wire Transfer, Cash
Posted: 8/30/2004 5:44 AM
Location: 3 Wyman Court
Coram,, NY - United States
Phone: 631-473-5349
Ad Hits: 429

Nice refractor/Binoviewer package. Here you get a scope that allows low power views using the Binomate Binoviewer. NO Barlow Needed ! Just pop in your eyepieces and you reach focus without even a need for a transfer lens system. This is a lightweight setup, tripod not included. here is what is included:

100mm F/6 refractor
Finder with quick release dovetail bracket
1/4-20 tripod block - use any photographic tripod or even a Telepod head.
1 1/4" right angle diagonal
You supply your eyepieces and 2" to 1 1/4 " adapter.
Price for this package is $ 199.00

Binomate Binoviewer, focusing diopter each side, weighs less than 18 Ozs. - asking $ 299.00 shipped in CONUS.

Review by Dale Carey:

I received my Bino mate the other day and let me say I am delighted.The small,
lightweight unit is perfect for my
pronto/coronado outfit.I'm imprested with the craftsmanship. The rubber sides are great
on wet nights,and the
individual eyepiece adjustments are a real plus. Even the eyepiece covers made from
aluminum are impressive. I
used the Binomate, a 2.5 televue powermate and 25mm plossels on a 70mm Pronto
w/60 Coronado. The view
"knocked my socks off". Several of us from the club, compared Bino viewers from much
higher priced dealers,
and I saw NO difference when observing the sun. They could not believe I paid $299. (I
think they werea little


Joe Castoro


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