Support Astromart! | Log In | Help
Astronomy NewsTelescope ClassifiedsTelescope AuctionsTelescope Articles & ArticlesTelescope Articles & ReviewsTelescope and Astronomy ForumsAstronomy Events Calendar
View Categories
Browse By Location
Place A New Ad
Display Preferences
Search Classifieds

User Name:


Save Login
New to Astromart?
Register an account...

Terms of Service
Privacy Policy
Help & FAQ
Astronomy Links
User Profiles
Top Users List
RSS Feeds

Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Reflectors > Classified #206489

For Sale: Celestron FirstScope: 114EQ (910mm/f1)

Please Log In to view the details for this classified ad.
Don't have an Astromart account? Click here to create one

This is a high quality, economical telescope with superb optical systems housed in a glossy black metal tube. The equatorial mounts are quite stable, with setting circles and slow motion controls on both axes for easy, smooth tracking.

The German equatorial mount features setting circles and slow motion controls on the R.A. and DEC axes. These controls will enhance your viewing experience by simplifying both locating and tracking objects.

This telescope yields breathtaking views of the moon, Saturn with its ring structure, Jupiter and its belts, and hundreds of deep-sky objects including: galaxies, nebulae and star clusters.

4-1/2" 114mm
910mm f1
Aluminum Equitorial Mount
Accessory Tray
Setting Circles
Slow-motion controls
*Item does not come with finderscope (has screws to add one), but does have a dovetail mount for optional accessories.

Looking for around $150, but will consider any offer I receive. I will also sell both the telescope body and the mount separately. Please feel free to e-mail me with any questions you may have. Local buyers are best, but will ship anywhere in US (buyer to pay actual shipping costs) as per your shipping preferences.


Back to Listing

All times are in (GMT-8:00) Pacific Standard Time Zone  
Astronomy News | Telecope Classifieds | Telescope Auctions | Telescope Reviews | Telescopes | Telescope and Astronomy Forums | My Account | Help | RSS