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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Filters > Classified #272539

For Sale: Astrocrumb 2" FilterSlide assembly for your Newton

Ad No.: 272539
Seller: Astrocrumb FilterSlides
Posted: 5/19/2004 8:51 AM
Location: 13 Madden Ave.
Milford, MA - United States
Ad Hits: 211
Tired of the inconvenience fof srewing in all those 2" filter?
Not all your filters getting the use they deserve?
Try my FilterSlide assembly!

"Click" between any combination of 3 - 2" filters and any eyepiece without even touching the filter.
Also use the FilterSlide between other scopes with extra sets of rails. Or have different combos
of filters with extra Slides.

*Check out ED TING'S review on page 8 under "various accessories"
OR checkout the new cloudy nights review under "accessories"!

(see picture)
*Made from brass, aluminum, Aspen, and Birch wood
*3 aluminum threads mounted in birch wood FilterSlide
*Installs in 10 minutes with supplied self-tapping screws.
You'll get thorough installation instructions for an easy and accurate install.

*Entire assembly - $79.00
*Extra FilterSlide - $45.00 per Slide
*Extra set of rails - $35.00
*Birch/Brass Case
- hold's 1 slide = $45.00
- hold's 2 slides = $79.00
- hold's 3 slides = $115.00
**Also my new Denkmeier FilterSlide adapter = $69.00

-Includes- shipping US Priority mail
International shipping available($$ to be determined)
PayPal preferred
Otherwise check or money order is OK.

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