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Telrad

For Sale: SkyWatcher Skyliner-250PX FlexTube GoTo Dobsonian Telescope

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I've decided to sell my beloved Skywatcher Skyliner-250PX FlexTube GO-TO Parabolic Dobsonian Telescope. It's in impeccable condition, and is absolutely superb. I still have all the boxes, instructions etc. Plus it comes with an Astrozap Light Shroud and accessories! All of which are in excellent A1 condition. 

As some of you know already about the Skywatcher Skyliner-250PX FlexTube 254mm (10") f/1200 SynScan GO-TO Parabolic Dobsonian Telescope. Combining the power of a large optical tube, the extreme portability of the patented collapsible FlexTube design and Go-To technology, the new Skyliner FlexTube Synscan Dobsonians bring over 42,900 celestial objects right in front of your eyes, and automatically track them as they move across the night sky - its as easy as a walk in the park! The patented dual-encoder design allows you to manually move the telescope anytime and to anywhere you wish - with no need for realignment. Slewing to an object on the opposite side of the night sky no longer feels like watching a kettle boil. Simply push the button! 

I'm selling as we require the space (excuse the pun) for a little one! 

Sky-watcher Skyliner-250PX Features:
Magnifications (with Eyepieces supplied): x48 & x120
Highest Practical Power (Potential): x500
Diameter of Primary Mirror: 254mm
Telescope Focal Length: 1200mm (f/4.7)
Eyepieces Supplied (1.25"): SP10mm & 25mm
Dual-Fit 1.25"/2" Crayford Focuser
Parabolic Primary Mirror
0.5mm Ultra-Thin Secondary Mirror Supports
9x50 Finderscope
Direct SLR Camera Connection
3-Point tube locking system, fully retractable
Alt-Azimuth Mount with Accessory Tray and Built-in Heavy-Duty Servo Motors
Go-To Handset
42,900+ Object Database containing full Messier, NGC and IC catalogues
Quiet operation
Power Requirement: 12v DC Power Supply (Tip Positive). Sky-Watcher 17Ah Power Tank Recommended
56% more Light Gathering than 200mm

 

Cash On Collection. The scope plus light shroud and accessories is easily worth over £1k. I am seeking £800 ONO.

I'm in Surrey. If you're interested just drop me a line! via PM please.

Regards,

Telrad

 

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Hey folks,

I've lowered the price to £800 - Cash on Collection.

Cheers

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Space for a little one?

Are you getting one of those lovely little Takahashi numbers?

Those AstroZap sleeves make a real difference in contrast if you are not under jet black sky. 

Paul 

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Yes, my wife is expecting our first! 

I've lowered the price to £800 and I'm open to offers. 

The scope is in superb & excellent A1 condition plus it comes with many accessories.

Cheers

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