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COMPLETED - Selling my ultra grab and go equipment - WITHDRAWN

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It was a tough decision to let this go, but I hope it will find a good home and get used as it should.

There are many threads on SGL containing the observations I had with this telescope. Here is a collection of my reports with this telescope: astrojournal_by_date.pdf  

1. TeleVue-60 f6 with short Vixen dovetail, the TV60 soft case, original bag, TeleVue hat, and booklet signed by Al Nagler. Asking for £600.

2. Manfrotto 190 aluminium tripod, TS AZT6-GR mount head with TSPKM dovetail clamp. Asking for £190. This is sold as a package.

Payment via bank account transfer, PayPal (as friends or buyer pays the fees), or in person. Collection in person is preferred, but I can dispatch the items using parcelforce at buyer's risk. Shipping costs will be arranged.












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