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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Binoviewers > Classified #281919

For Sale: *SOLD* BinoVue TV 8-24 zooms 20&32 Plossls [SOLD]

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Excellent condition Televue Binovue with 2x corrector and 1.25" nosepiece, used about a dozen times. I want to sell this Binovue as a set along with the EPs and TV case I store them in. All of these items were purchased in hopes of getting my young sons interested in astronomy. It didn’t work out as expected and we're moving onto binocular astronomy for now.

TeleVue BinoVue binoviewer with built in 2x corrector
2”to1.25 high profile EP connector
Dual TV 8-24 click-stop zooms
Dual TV 32mm Plossls
Dual TV 20mm Plossls
Dual 1.25” moon filters
4 Skypieces easy-screw eyepiece containers to hold the Plossls
Original boxes for all of the EPs
Televue eyepiece carry case (it looks like my old TV 76 soft carry case)

These items cost me over $2,000 new. Everything is in excellent condition, except for the foam in the soft carrying case, which has been cut out in places to make room for the Binovue. All of the optics are clean, well cared for and have hardly been used. Check my astromart rating for similar transactions in the past if interested.

I’ll ship anywhere in the CONUS, payment of $1,500 requested in US Postal Money orders or cashiers check drawn on a local bank in the buyer's city. On receipt of payment I’ll ship the items well padded and boxed via USPS 3-day priority insured mail.

Even though I didn’t stick with astronomy as a hobby, I must say that using a binoviewer was clearly the one thing that made it all worth while. I liked the Cyclops view through my Naglers well enough, but when I finally had a chance to use that Binovue with those zooms the sky really opened up and I never went back to the single eye viewing again, period. Here's everything you need to get started binoviewing in one convenient package.

Thanks for looking

John Piper


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