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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #289656

For Sale: Antares 127mm F8 refractor OTA *Sales Pending* [SOLD]

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This is an "one of a kind" refractor scope by Antares/Sky Instrument

Got it (in March) directly from Antares' warehouse as a testing sample / prototype.

I was told by the people from there that this scope was sent from the factory which produces the 127mm refractor for Burgess Optical.

In fact. This scope just looks exactly the same as the Burgess' except there's no text on the tube.

This scope has a heavy metal dew shield which is micro-baffled (see pic). The construction of the entire scope is SOLID. It's built like a tank. And it's pretty heavy for this aperture of scope - 16 pounds.

Physical condition - Absolutely MINT. I take care of it as a baby all the time. No scratch, marks at all

What's included:

127mm F8 (1000mm) OTA with 2" focuser + 1.25" adaptor
1.25" diagonal
pair of tube rings
6x30 finderscope (not shown)

Asking $200 USD shipped in US and Canada.

Prefer Money Order. PayPal + 2% (I usually don't charge that fee but I can't take the loss at this moment)

Please note that I will not ship this scope until Wednesday (cause I am waiting for the packing box)

I really love this scope. Images are very very sharp.

Thanks for looking

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