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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #94650

For Sale: Nexstar 5 by Celestron mint in box, cheap:Sale Pending

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This Nexstar was a display model and is as new in box will all
paperwork and accessories. It is about a year and a half old and has about
6 hrs use, mainly from demonstrations. Comes with celestron aluminum tripod.
All for $599firm. Shipping will be around $40 in the 48 states
locations. If you leave near Seattle WA. you can pick-up to save shipping
There is no factory warranty however this telescope functions
perfectly and is in like new condition. Also Celestron is good at cusomer
support and fixing known problems. I also will allow a reasonable
inspection period so the new owner can try out the scope and have the
option of returning it ( at his expense ) should he/she not be satisfied.
I will consider selling just the optical tube for $325, or the
tripod itself for $100. I have no feedback on AstroMart but have bought
and sold many items over the years using this service. I have excellent
feedback on another well known online auction site which
per Astromart rules I cannot mention. E-mail me and I will gladly provide
my feedback information. I HAVE A SALE PENDING WHICH I EXPECT TO COMPLETE. THANKS TO ALL WHO HAVE
RESPONDED TO THIS AD!
 

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