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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #93269

For Sale: TeleVue PCT-2001 (Non-Visual) coma corrector

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For Sale- CONUS only- December 2000 purchased PCT-2001 Paracorr with tunable top. This is NOT the visual paracorr which I have just purchased to replace it with. I have used the PCT-2001 twice. It is in excellent condition with the only marks on it being about 15 slight dings in the safety groove area secondary to the retaining screw of my JMI NGF focuser. It has lived its short life lovingly tucked in foam in my EP case far from its neighbors. It has the original box, both end caps, the instruction sheets, extra set screws for the barrel, hex head wrench, and all the original packing material. I have a 31mm Nagler and have gotten the new Paracorr to decrease vignetting (haven't had a chance to use it though to see if there is any big difference). I paid $280 from Astronomics not including shipping. I'm going to unload it for $195 and I'll pay the shipping and insurance, so that's about a $95 savings over a new non-visual. Email me if you are interested. Please bear with me if I don't answer your E-mail for a few days- I only get a chance to check my own every 3 or 4 days. I lost a recent sale at this price because of it!!!
D. Scott Nord 18" Obsession 663

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