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Where can I buy the cheapest Skywatcher EQ5 Pro Go-To mount?

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I am going to buy Skywatcher EQ5 Pro Go-To mount. But, unfortunately, I am low on budget.

So, does someone know where can I buy the cheapest EQ5 pro mount?

Yesterday there was a low price for it (350 €), but they changed it.

Thank you for your time!

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On 26/11/2019 at 21:10, joe aguiar said:

have u looked on the used site astro buy and sell UK?
joejaguar

Yes, but I didn't find any useful ideas.

My lowest price that I found is £569.00 (667.00 €). (https://www.harrisontelescopes.co.uk/acatalog/skywatcher-eq5-synscan-goto-equatorial-mount--tripod.html)

 

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Yes it would help with a location, I've the HEQ5 Pro version & tripod + battery pack, WiFi adapter and tablet for sale for £600 based in Yorkshire.

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