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COMPLETED - Looking for Evostar 80ED DS PRO

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I am looking for an Evostar 80ED DS Pro telescope must be in good condition. I am based in York willing to collect within 40 Miles. 

Thank you



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2 hours ago, newbie alert said:

He's not within 40 miles of York thou

I don't think that matters since the seller is willing to post 

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8 minutes ago, geordie85 said:

I don't think that matters since the seller is willing to post 

Some buyers don't want it sent in the post as you can't insure glass products through most couriers 

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