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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #229247

For Sale: Do you ever wonder.......??

Ad No.: 229247
Seller: ScopeGuard
Posted: 11/14/2003 7:08 PM
Location: 21102 Timber Ridge Drive
Magnolia, TX - United States
Phone: 281-259-3305
Ad Hits: 644
Do you ever wonder how users of high end astronomy equipment protect their investments?

We have hundreds of satisfied customers who have opted for our cases which are built to meet or exceed ATA Specifications.

Owners of Astro-Physics, Celestron, Intes, Meade, Mountain Instruments, OGS, Paramount, RCOS, Takahashi, TEC, TMB, TeleVue, Vixen, William Optics and others use ScopeGuard Telescope Transport Cases for their telescopes, mounts and accessories. Many of these astronomers are multiple case owners and repeat customers.

If you wonder why.......drop by our website for an overview of our cases. Check out the standard features, optional hardware, case materials, the customer comments and you'll get the idea.

We are always looking for ways to enhance our product line and give something extra to our customers. We've added as a standard feature to our cases, Opti-Dry, by AstroPro Products, a professionally packaged desiccant for moisture and dew removal. Available direct from the manufacturer but only in new cases by ScopeGuard.

ScopeGuard...imitated, never duplicated.

Photo case is for the TEC 200/11 in Black Hex-A-Grip with our Corner Casters.

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