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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #965254

For Sale: Skywatcher SW-120 ED SOLD

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OTA is in excellent condition, glass as well. A few dust specks seen in direct sunlight, otherwise perfect. It is the Schott Glass model. Beautiful images, great star test. A real planet killer. 900mm fl, f/7.5. Finish is like new unless I missed something. Nice speckled finish. Selling to downgrade to a lighter scope due to back issues. Includes aluminum carry case, finder, 2 eyepieces (20mm and 5mm long eye relief), diagonal, all caps... all original Skywatcher issue. Sorry, pickup only in the Western Philly burbs. Price is pre-haggled and firm, listed at the least I would consider. Feel free to come and test for yourself. I'm a stickler for optical perfection so this scope will deliver for you. Planets are breathtaking. Galilean Satellites are globes, not points in this scope.

This Sky-Watcher PRO 120ED apochromatic refractor has:
- 120mm f/7.5 apochromatic doublet optics using Schott glass and an FPL53- ED element
- Dual-speed 2" Crayford focuser with 10:1 ratio fine focusing
- 2" dielectric star diagonal with 2" and 1.25" eyepiece holders
- Two 1.25" Long Eye Relief eyepieces (20mm and 5mm)
- 8 x 50mm right-angle finderscope
- Mounting Rings
- Dovetail shoe for installing on a Celestron CG-5 mount or any Vixen-style altazimuth or German equatorial mount
 

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