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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #191646

For Sale: Sky Window Binocular Mount - SOLD

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Purchased and used twice but now own a LX200 8 inch and a Tak Sky 90 so don't use anymore.

In like new condition with original box. Comes with blue metal mirror cover, tripod adapter, table gliders and a 1 inch brass extender (SKWE-100).

Very light and easy to carry and to store. Sky and Telescope Hot Product of 2001.

From the Sky Window website:

"Prevents neck strain and vibrations.

Allows observer to be seated while "looking down" at the sky in total comfort.

Keeps binoculars fixed at a "microscope" angle while observing from horizon to zenith. Observer's head never moves ! Only Sky Window® can do this !!

Use on table top or any flat stable surface.

Tripod Adapter and Table Gliders standard!

Designed and patented by Dr. Emmanuel M. Carreira, S.J., professor of Astrophysics at John Carroll University (Cleveland), member of the Vatican Observatory and life-long observer.

Strong and portable. Sets up in seconds, breaks down for flat transport.

Contoured grip allows easy safe transport with binoculars attached.

Accepts most modern binoculars with Standard 1/4-20 spindle tripod port (adapter for Celestron giants and custom fit available."

Original price including shipping $265. Will sell for $199. I will accept Paypal Cash payment (no credit card), money order, or cashier's check.


Denice - member Back Bay Amateur Astronomers

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