Telescope Moving Sale

Deep Sky Telescopes is moving into a new location and is having a telescope moving sale providing discounts on a number of items to facilitate the move.

As the Deep Space Products team notes, “We will be moving next week and don’t want to move everything with us. So, we are having a 5% to 20% off sale on a variety of new overstock equipment including mounts, telescopes, and miscellaneous astronomy equipment. We also have a variety of pre-owned items priced to sell including mounts, telescopes, and miscellaneous equipment. Shipping is free on most items.”

The following is a list of some of the inventory available for the company’s telescope moving sale:

T-Rex Alt/Az Mount

10Micron AZ2000HPS Alt-Azimuth Combi Mount
Celestron AVX Mount HyperTuned, ADM Knob Kit, Tripod, JMI Hard Case
Orion Atlas mount HyperTuned in case w/ tripod (used, mount head like new)
Orion Sky View Pro (unused) w/ tripod

Astro-Physics 2.7-inch focuser
Orion 80ED w/ dual-speed focuser
PrimaLuceLab 150mm Rings (demo, used once)

PrimaLuceLab 350mm Top and Bottom Dovetails (demo used once)
Takahashi Focuser from TOA-150B
Vixen A80MF with Crayford (brand) focuser

Telescope Moving SaleNew Overstock:
Pegasus NYX-101 mount
Pegasus Pocket Power Box Micro
Pegasus Falcon Rotator
Pegasus Astro Scops Motorized Off-Axis Guider
PrimaLuceLab 105mm rings
PrimaLuceLab 90mm Dovetails
PrimaLuceLab Maxi Clamp
Takahashi FSQ-85

Takahashi FSQ-106EDX4
Takahashi FAO-130NFB

You can learn more about the company’s telescope moving sale here.

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