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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Focusers > Classified #813354

For Sale: Starlight 3" Feathertouch - Like New! REDUCED [SOLD]

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I am selling my - like-new - Starlight Instruments 3.0" Feather Touch Focuser, less than 6 months old - used only 6 times. I have been using it on my AT12RC OTA before I sold the scope - The Focuser works perfectly. I have gone with a different telescope system, so I no longer need this focuser system.

Feather Touch 3.0" Diameter - Dual Speed Telescope Focuser, 1.5" Draw tube travel Brake, Integral Teflon Coupled 109mm Threaded Collar, and 2.0" Diameter Compression Ring with End Cap Upgrade. It also includes a 2.7" AP adapter endcap. In addition, I have included the Astro-Physics 2.7" to 2" adapter (ADA20132) with thumbscrews as well as a 2" to 1.25" adapter. ($75.00 addition included)

This focuser comes standard with a M109x1 threaded tube adapter ring, this focuser is used for the AstroTech AT10/12RC class scopes, it will include the A30-1903-40 adapter to replace the standard tube adapter ring with the focuser. Total new is $690.00

Selling the entire above package at $500.00 (save about $250 from new) shipped to your door in CONUS only. I PAY FOR SHIPPING IN CONUS and I will pick up the Paypal fee (3%) - so you save more. Please see my Astromart Feedback

Thanks for looking.

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