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F15Rules

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    Life: my Christian faith, my wife & children, our baby grandson (born at the start of Covid lockdown). This wonderfully created Universe we inhabit.


    Hobbies: Visual Astronomy, Refractors of all types. Coarse Fishing, Rock Music, Guitar playing (badly). Cycling (badly). Good food and company. I also enjoy driving (not traffic jams though!), and now, retirement since July 2019. I estimate that I drove around 30 company cars during my career..the best three..Jaguar XF, Ford Mondeo, Jaguar X Type. The worst three..Vauxhall Belmont, Toyota Avensis, Ford C Max.
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  1. Celestron Diagonal now sold. Dave
  2. And replied . Celestron diagonal sale pending. Dave
  3. Nosepiece and Unitron mount both sold, thanks. Dave
  4. Thanks Mike, have pm'd you back
  5. Hi, Having completed the recent refurbishing of my man cave outbuilding, I'm having a clear out of various "stuff", as follows: SOLD 1. Vintage Unitron Altazimuth mount. Dating from the late 1960s, this originally came with a Unitron 114 scope which I sold a while ago. It's in excellent cosmetic and operational condition for its age, and is just SO great and easy to use. Made in Japan, it's over-engineered for the original 60mm scope and would carry for example an 80mm ED with no problem, and as such would make a great grab and go mount. Has a built in drilled dovetail bar, jus
  6. Don't fret, Ant...it's a "no brainer".. Dave
  7. Hi, I have available a surplus set of 90mm internal diameter tube rings in good used condition. With fixing bolts. These came off a Helios 90mm F10 refractor (identical to Skywatcher Evostar 90mm F10). £18 posted UK only. Thanks for looking. Dave
  8. Yes, my 128 dates from 1999 and it is mounted on a Tak EM2 equatorial dating from 1998 (think sophisticated version of the great Vixen GPDX)..some more info: "The FS range of refractors were introduced in the 1990s and included 60mm, 78mm, 102mm, 128mm and 152mm models, all with F8 fluorite doublets. The odd one out was the FS-60 which is an F6 and the only one still in production. As well as a shared optical design, the F8 models all had a similar tube and focuser and family ‘look’. Most had fixed dew-shields, all were bulky for their aperture. All had a strange but classy cast ‘man
  9. One more..this is my avatar pic which I took a couple of years ago..I just like the way the shadow fell on the scope. Dave
  10. Had the FS128 out all day on Friday as I was painting the floor of the outbuilding she lives in..saw the almost full moon rising behind one of our trees..also a shot of the refurbished barn outbuilding with new concept floor now painted and sealed. (I did stop out for a nice session on Orion, but the moon was literally too painfully bright to view directly!) Dave
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