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COMPLETED - SkyWatcher 250 PX 10" Dob for sale

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SkyWatcher Skyliner 250 PX   10" Dobsonian Telescope.

This telescope needs a new home as I have used it very little, having become more interested in astrophotography rather than observing.
In good condition with base modified with lazy Susan bearing, angle scale with pointer and bubble level, Machine-Dro digital RA angle gauge (needs new battery) to complement the scale on the base. Also included is a sturdy plywood base with adjustable feet to stand the telescope on so it can be leveled easily.
Two eyepieces are included...10mm and 25mm.
No finderscope is included, but these are readily available.
There are a couple of small smudges on the mirror (see photo) but I expect these will wash off easily and don't affect performance.
Focus wheel rubber grips have split, but operation is not affected.

Collection only due to size from Swindon or possibly Abingdon in office hours.

£225

Thanks for looking.

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Hi

I am a newbee to telescopes (very experienced with binoculars and binocular telescopes) and am looking for a 10 inch dob. Is your scope still available?

Thanks Andrew

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