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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #160935

For Sale: Tasco/Vixen 9VR **SOLD! Thanks Roger!

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Surprisingly good little scope. One of the only things Tasco seems to have ever gotten right, then for no apparent reason discontinued.I've owned several of these, and they've all been remarkably nice.

20 mm Huygens-Mittenzewy (not sure why it's included with this scope,
but it's a fine little eyepiece!)
5 mm Vixen Ortho (very cool little ep!)

Other Accessories:
Star diagonal
Porro Prism inline image erector
2x Barlow. (metal case, nice glass optic)<<Not your average .965 piece
extension tubes and fittings. (See user's manual)
Metal Alt/Az head w/slo-mo knobs for standard 1/4"-20 tripod.
T-Adaptors, various (see manual for explanations)
Metal focuser. Good construction, smoothe focus.
Finder scope mount, but no finder. (No loss there)
Original carrying case.
As noted, the original manual comes with it. Oddly enough, Tasco warranted this thing for life! Says so right there on the back of the manual!
Optics, scope tube, focuser, all accessories in very fine condition.

$100 + shipping from 72111. PayPal preferred. Otherwise Postal
Money Order.

Want to do a cool project? I can throw in an ETX90 RA base with this
for another $50+shipping.

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