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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #269291

For Sale: Tasco-Vixen 999VR 60mm f/5 relisted <<SOLD>>

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Surprisingly good little scope. One of the only things Tasco seems to
have ever gotten right, then for no apparent reason discontinued.I've
owned several of these, and they've all been remarkably nice. Japanese
optics by Vixen. Great for birding or quick/travel astro. Search Astro
Mart forums on 999VR for some photos taken with one like it.

Other Accessories:
9mm .965" Meade eyepiece in Meade box. Metal EP tube. Good little EP
Diagonal is a .965/1.25 hybrid for use with 1.25" EPs.
Some sort of zoom eyepiece tube. I put the 9mm in it. Sure enough, it zooms and image is upright. Use with supplied EP for birding.
Focus extension tubes and fittings. (all set screws are with it)
Metal focuser. Good construction, smoothe focus.
Finder scope mount, but no finder. (No loss there)
Table top mount with collapsable tripod base. (Extremely sturdy mount.)
Nice little Meade Alt/Az tripod head with slow-motion controls included.

All accessories in very fine condition. Photo is of a previous
scope sold here. Can provide one of this one but it looks just like this, except without the finder scope.
$125+ shipping from 72111. PayPal preferred. Otherwise Postal
Money Order.

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