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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Observatories > Classified #122209

For Sale: Darksite Portable Observing Dome***Re-Post***SOLD***

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Sale did not go through, so one more time.

Manufactured by Tradewinds Co., Anacortes WA. This is the ultimate 6ft. diameter, 7ft tall portable dome. Perfect for a SCT or fast refractor. The outer canvas skin, aluminum tubes, fiberglass battens and stainless steel fasteners are marine/aircraft stds. It's mildew/shrink resistant. The floor/storage bag and storm cover are thick "truck tarp" for extreme weather and long life. The floor bag can be used for a storage bag that the dome collapses in, total weight is less than 70 pounds. I am selling the dome/floor bag with the Teflon bearing pieces for rotating the dome by hand along with the storm cover. Incudes original wood shipping/storage box along with assembly instructions.

The new price for this set-up listed for $2300. Condition is excellent. This portable dome is very rugged. It can be left up year around when the storm cover is used keeping out rain, snow or dust. Perfect for that upcomming star party this year.

Can provide additional details and pictures upon request.

Asking $1095 plus shipping/insurance to lower 48, but will entertain any reasonable offers. Will accept MO or certified check.

Thanks for looking


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