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Ronan Hunt

Wanted: ZWO ASI 183mm PRO/1600mm Pro

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Hi All,

Im looking for preloved zwo asi 183mm Pro or 1600mm Pro and a zwo 8x1.25 inch EFW. Let me know if you have anything suitable. 

Many Thanks,


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Thanks, unfortunately I’ve already been in discussion with Nicos already and hes already done so well selling gear that he’s decided to keep his 183mm pro. So if you know anyone else selling, that’d be much appreciated. Many Thanks.

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