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Varavall

COMPLETED - William Optics Zenithstar SD66 for sale

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NOW SOLD!

 

I only have room in my life for one lovely refractor, so one must go. I have acquired a Takahashi, so my beloved and well cared for William Optics Zenithstar SD66 has to go. It is optically perfect with no scuffs or scrapes. Has been used as a guide scope and astrograph on my LX90. It comes in its aluminum flight case. OTA only.

Price is £280 or 325 euros, to include postage within the EU.

PM me if interested.

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