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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #196057

Sale/Trade: *trade pending* Televue Binoview

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Second price reduction! This thing has to go at some point! Updated trade list!

I have a Televue Binovue 2x Bino viewer. Once you try one of these you are going to be wanting pairs of your favorite eyepieces!! There is nothing like the comfort of viewing with both eyes!

These are in good condition. I don't have the original box for the binovue body, but I have a box for the bino vue 2x adapter. There are some set screw scratches on the tube, but other than that these are in great shape. Collimation seems spot-on. I don't have the original caps for the eyepiece holders.

One really good thing about these is that the TV Bino Vue is lighter than most of it's competitors, so it is less likely to upset the balance on your scope.

I am looking to get $700

Or... Let's work out a trade!

I am looking for either a Newtonian, Maksutov, or perhaps a Dob under 8". Somthing with a higher focal ratio would be nice, as I plan on using this scope mostly for planetary/lunar. A mount is prefered, but I can do without it for now. Somthing like the Orion SkyView Pro 127 Mak-Cass with drives would be ideal. Or perhaps someone out there has an Intes?

Please contact me with any questions, and I'll try to answer them in a timely fashion.

I accept Paypal (+ 3% processing fee), certified checks, or Money orders. Buyer pays actual shipping costs.

Thanks for looking!!!

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