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JonH

Berlebach tripod + SkyTee-2

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Hi All,

Unfortunately for me, my son shares my passion for cycling, so to raise funds for bikes a major clear out is in order: 

Berlebach UNI 28 wooden tripod - £230.00. It was bought from Germany and is in superb condition. Sold

SkyTee-2 mount with extended controls as well as all original knobs - £130.00. Also in superb condition.

Due to the size and weight of these items, cash on collection preferred.

Cheers,

Jon

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I would love the Berlebach tripod, but sadly my Astro funds for April won't stretch that far. May might be another matter though, so I'll keep an eye on it. :) 

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PM incoming.

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The Skytee2 is now priced at £120. :smiley:

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