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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #173208

For Sale: Burgess Optical 102mm f/6 Achromatic Refractor OTA Only -1st 100 gone

Ad No.: 173208
Seller: Anacortes Telescope
Posted: 2/11/2003 11:41 AM
Location: 9973 Padilla Heights Road
Anacortes, WA - United States
Phone: 800-850-2001
Ad Hits: 1426
102mm f/6 Achromatic Refractor OTA Only. Pictured with tripod and GEM 1 mount, not included. 102mm OTA, 2" diagonal with brass locking rings and 7x50mm finderscope with bracket included.

This is the first in a series of Burgess's fine achro refractors. If you have been looking for a high quality Achro for a reasonable price your search is over!

Note: Special Pricing for first 100 units only! Deposit of $100 required to reserve one of the first 100 units.

##NOW $289## thank you!!!


Fully machined and baffled dew shield - over 100 baffles in the dew shield alone!

Dew shield screws on to the lens cell

The lens cells are 2 piece and have push-pull collimation

Lens cells screw into the machined aluminum tubes

The aluminum tubes are fully knife-edge baffled

The focusers screw into the tubes and feature brass locking rings on the 2" and 1.25" adapter

Burgess focusers provide the most accurate focus available on a production refractor with 40:1 fine focus reduction on either the left or right hand side

Burgess 2" diagonals feature brass locking rings

2 screw collimation of the diagonal mirror

Bright 7x50mm Finderscope

Includes tube rings

Length of OTA is 24"

Outside diameter is 4"

Weight is 8.75 lbs


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