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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Reflectors > Classified #548461

For Sale: Parallax PI250 F/5 10-inch With RF Royce Mirror [SOLD]

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Upgrading to a 12.5 Newtonian, I am interested in selling...I have a very nice 10-inch Parallax Newtonian, delivered in May of 2007. It features a RF Royce 10 inch continous face concial mirror and is optimized for visual use. I have included the options below and a picture of a simular unit sent to me by Joe. Other pictures are available upon your request. Scope is painted all white including the end caps and the full rotating rings. Shiping to ConUSA to include insurance and original plywood crate and packing materials. It is in perfect condition, currently in use in my dome. All specifications are listed on the Parallax site. I paid $4,650 including shipping. Retail now is around $5,510. Best thing about the Newtonian is ease of use and not having to bend over to see through it. Thanks for looking.

1-Parallax PI250 F/5
1-RF Royce continous face concial mirror
1-Proto-Star fused quartz secondary, 1.83 inches
1-Proto-Star 4-vane spider
1-2" feather-touch dual speed focuser with radius base
1-2" to 1-1/4" adapter
1-11 x 80mm finder scope with bracket
1-Set of full rotating rings
1-3 sets of tube rotation knobs
1-Alumimum baseplate for G-11
1-Aluminum top bridgeplate

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