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Home > Auctions > Astromart Auctions > Telescope - Reflectors > Auction #8690

Huge Orion telescope/mount bag very like new!
Auction No.: 8690
Started: 2/26/2013 5:53 PM
Ended: 3/8/2013 5:53:46 PM
Ending Bid: $56.00 Charles Collins
Bids: 23 Bids [View History]
Shipping: Buyer pays shipping
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I got this with my 8" Orion a few years back and I've got to be honest, I'm not using it and I'm never really gonna. This was the biggest Orion accessory bag that I knew of back when I bought it in 2003. The accessory bag is exactly 46.5 inches long and is very heavy duty built. I used it twice to move my Orion SkyView 8 reflector and once to transport my Vixen GP-D on TeleVue ash legs.
As photos strongly suggest, this bag is new inside and out. Not a zipper tooth out of place and not a tear to be found. I feel guilty just selling it, but I really need the funds to pursue an RV6 project. I've always wanted to own one. So I suppose I should eliminate a few goodies around here.

Don't be afraid of the size of this bag; it can be safely folded and shipped in a moderate-size box. And the bag weighs-in at around 3 pounds. And speaking of shipping, I will transact with ALL my astro-buddies...That includes you way over in another hemisphere! And if you desire to use paypal, I kindly beg you add 3% please or 4% if outside the US. Checks are fine.

***C8 wedge not included, just shown for size scale***


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