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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #265178

Sale/Trade: Meade 2120B LX5 package/ price reduction [SOLD]

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Selling to acquire more grab and go type scope(s). I work evenings and this just takes too much time to set up and cool down. This is an older scope in clean condition. All systems worked when I used it last fall. I will stand behind this system as in working order. It is not pristine due to age but in wel kept condition. This scope gave nice views of Mars at opposition as well as DSOs. It is just more complex a setup than I can use frequently enough.

Meade 2120B 10 in. SCT F 10 w/multi-coated options group.
LX5 drive w/attached NGC Max, JMI motofocus and motodec. Motofocus
and motodec work through the Meade hand control via the LX5 system.
Heavy duty tripod
heavy duty wedge ( either is or precursor to super wedge)
Meade 9X60 illuminated focuser
Telrad finder
Meade piggy back camera mount
Meade 2 in. diagonal w/1 1/4 in. adapter
Kendricks flexible dew shield
Meade manual for scope, NGC Max manual & Telrad + motodec manuals.

I am asking $1,000 for the items as listed here. I am looking for an 8 or 10 inch Dob or eq mounted reflector as well as a 4 or 5 inch short focus refrator ie: Orion 120ST etc and will consider trades if someone is looking to get into an SCT setup. I prefer not to ship so would like a transaction in the northeast. At this time I do not want to part this out but sell as complete set up. Thanks for looking.

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