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COMPLETED - Sky-watcher eco star 72ED with celestron x-cel eyepiece. Diagonal and ax-eq avant tripod

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Sky-watcher eco star 72ED with celestron x-cel eyepiece. Diagonal and ax-eq avant tripod  
for sale in Worthing. 
excellent condition. 









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Hi there is this item still for sale? And would you ship to North London ?



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Hi. It is for sale still. 
mid meet you half way - perhaps Crawley or Three Bridges?

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