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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #211269

For Sale: Tasco Refractor With SOLAR PROJECTOR Setup

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Tasco Luminova 60MM 700FL refractor scope. This alt/az comes with viewfinder and and holder, Moon filter, diagonal, 3 EP's barlow and erecting eyepiece. Instruction manual and Skywatch CD planetarium included. So what's the big deal about this scope? The solar projector setup, that's what. This thing works great; presents great images of the Sun on the white background. So you can observe the Sun without even looking directly at it! Great travel scope as well; cheap enough to take a beating but tough enough to take it and very light. Believe it or not, it's not too bad as a telescope, either. Decent images for this kind of scope. I definitely underestimated it when I purchased it. One note, however. The quality of both your solar and night views are strictly dependent on the quality of the diagonal?EP's you use. Don't use the stuff from the box, if you can help it. A prism or mirror diag, 2X barlow and 26/25MM from Meade, Celestron, Orion or any other major manufactuer is all you'll need and you'll be off and running! I'm asking $25 + s/h but will consider next best offer. Other scopes have addressed my solar and travel scope needs (for NOW, anyway!). Thanks for looking! Brian

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