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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #172070

For Sale: Borg 125ED F/6.4 VI APO Refractor **SOLD**

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Purchased 8 months ago from Hutech. I have all the original papers and manuals. Three year warranty from Hutech is fully transferrable to the new owner.

All components work flawlessly, are in MINT condition, there are absolutely no problems with any components in this setup. The views are everything you would expect from a 5" APO, perhaps more. If my financial situation were only a little bit better, I would definitely keep the 125ED, the views are crisp and stunning. I have had a great time with it.

Setup Includes:

# 8126, 125ED F6.4 VI (125ED lens cell, Hood with cap, 115mm dia. 380mm long tube, Finder base, Visual draw tube (8317)

# 7837, Helical Focuser MDX

# 7504, 2" Eyepiece Holder

# MR115 Tube Rings (2)

# 4052 & # 4053 Visual Baffles

#7751 Finder Mount Holder (7 X 50mm)

# PE3508-10 Scope Case

(no mount or diagonal, eyepieces etc. just the above list)

This entire package cost me well over $4,000 new, but I am only asking $3,000 US dollars CONUS, and for the buyer to pay shipping, Though I prefer to sell to someone in the San Francisco Bay Area to save shipping costs and time. More pics available upon request.

thanks for looking!

- Vincent

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