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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #98049

For Sale: Vixen Custom "D" Alt-Az (SOLD)

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I have for sale (1) Vixen Custom "D" Alt-Az mount. This is the "good" Vixen Alt-Az mount with the same mounting head
as the Vixen Great Polaris. I am selling this suburb alt-az mount as I have sold the telescope I had mounted on it...a Celestron C102F Fluorite, here on the Astromart just last week. This mount is counter-weighted, so it easily handles all refractors up to 4". It features slo-motion controls in both altitude and azimuth, azimuth lock, a strong aluminum adjustable height tripod with accessory tray. It comes complete with (1) Vixen dovetail plate just waiting to accept your scopes rings with 1/4" thumb screws (included). It is in 100% as new condition. Orion sells these new for $469 (that's what I paid for this, plus shipping, years ago). This is a good mount. If you're like me and often you just want to take your scope out and instantly point it and will love this mount. No need to align it, set it up, do this or that. No fighting with your German Equatorial trying to point it here or there and it just doesn't want to cooperate. It's up or down, right or left...simple as that. Either a great primary mount for Alt-Az lovers like me or great back-up mount for those with more sophisticated G/E's who want simpliclty and easy of use every now and then. I offer this great mount for $350. It's worth very cent...I can assure you. If you have any questions, just email me...good seeing...Mike P

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