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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Reflectors > Classified #98131

For Sale: OBSESSION 25'' F 5 with Dual Axis EQ Platform and MANY extras

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OBSESSION 25’’ F5

-Galaxy Optics Primary in excellent condition
-Galaxy secondary w/ Endourobright coating
-JMI dual speed focuser
-Encoders and Sky Commander computer
-Osypowski Dual Axis Equatorial Platform **

Extras:
-Astrosystems "Scopecoat" cover
-Built on laptop computer holder (detachable)
-Light baffle for upper cage
-Light shroud
-12v power to upper cage
-Mountain instruments secondary heater
-Kendrick Dew Remover built in to upper cage
-Battery box on rocker
-Counterweight system
-Lumicon 80mm giant finder
-AstroPhysics Dovetail plate on mirror box for separate telescope or piggyback
-12v cooling fan w/ battery
-Custom lateral side bearings to keep MB centered w/ EQ platform
-Custom matching ramp for platform
-Wheel barrow handles for easy transport
-All manuals, box for mirror, etc.

** Custom built to be used with groundboard attached to rocker. NO MODIFICATION REQUIRED, just sit scope on platform. Includes custom made matching ramp. Dual axis with drive corrector, built in 12v battery option. Built in bubble levels for 30.5 and 33.3 deg lat. Can be adjusted +- several degrees for observer’s latitude.

Telescope is in excellent condition thanks to much TLC. Selling for a 30’’.
Over 13k invested, asking $9500. That’s 25% off with no wait. Prefer pick up, would meet within 250 miles of Birmingham, Alabama. JPEG photos available upon request.
 

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