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Dinglem

Skywatcher Dual-Speed Low Profile 1.25/2" Crayford Focuser for sale

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I've upgraded my focuser so have a Skywatcher Dual-Speed Low Profile 1.25/2" Crayford focuser for sale £70 delivered to UK only.

Bank transfer or Paypal F&F preferred.

 

 

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Doh! I've been wanting one of those! It looks like you may have just sold it. But I'd be interested if you haven't, assuming it would fit a Skywatcher 300mm Dob.

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