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Knighty2112

Mint condition Tele Vue 2.5x Powermate 1.25" - <**now sold**>

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I have up for sale my mint condition Tele Vue 2.5x Power mate 1.25". Bought only 4 months ago new. Original box in mint condition and rarely used. Looking for £140 which includes next day special delivery. Payment by PayPal (friends and family no charge, but if paying via services please add on 3.5% fees), or direct bank transfer.

Gus :)

<**now sold**>

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39 minutes ago, Uplooker said:

PM Sent

PM'ed back! :) 

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Now sold. Thanks Uplooker! :) 

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