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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Reflectors > Classified #233582

For Sale: 200mm Portaball Europe/USA (Repost)

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Do you need a telescope powerful enough to view the discs of the Jovian satellites, and not only their shadows against the planet’s surface? Want to split doubles in the 0.6” – 1” range, and at the same time have the option to enjoy breathtaking wide field views of star fields and making out the filamentary structure of the Veil nebula? Want a scope that can be carried by one hand, needs virtually no time for set-up and without any hardware that you risk to lose in the darkness?
The 8-inch Portaball may be the scope for you. I can offer you mine for 600$ less than the price of a new one and without the 8 – 10 months of waiting time. Can ship to any place, but offer will be most beneficial for buyers in Scandinavia/UK/Northern Europe. For a buyer who can meet me at one of the major airports in the US, personal delivery can be arranged in January 2004.

This is a basic model without the electrical packages. Light shroud and laser collimator included. Focuser is 1.25". Zambuto optics with documentation sheet. The scope is two years old, in good condition. Original packaging included.

Best offer above 1750 Euros/2000 USD gets it.
Don't hesitate to contact seller for any questions.

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