Quote:The VersaGo III looks like an interesting one. Am wondering how good these are.
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Quote: The VGIII looks like a cross between the Porta and Voyager m2
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Quote:Quote: The VGIII looks like a cross between the Porta and Voyager
Resembles the Voyager head in some aspects(same manufacturer?), however the AT Voyager appears to have a more robust altitude arm.
Quote: The VGIII looks like a cross between the Porta and Voyager
Quote:Does anyone here have the VersaGo II? I recently bought a Celestron SP-C102 off Astromart and while I have an Orion AstroView 90 mm scope on thier EQ-2 mount, I don't think it is going to be substantial enough to support the bigger Celestron. I am ultimately going to get an SP/GP GEM for it, but I don't have the funds right now as they usually go for around $500. The VersaGo II can support up to 15 lbs and the reviews on the Orion's site state it is very stable and can be used with relatively high magnifications(200x). The price at $200 is within my budget.
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Quote:I've been looking at the Astro Tech Voyager, back ordered, and the Orion Versa Go III, which won't ship till June, apparently. DANG IT !!
Quote:Quote:I've been looking at the Astro Tech Voyager, back ordered, and the Orion Versa Go III, which won't ship till June, apparently. DANG IT !! Yeah, I saw that. Canceled my order and tried to buy an AT Voyager mount on A-Mart. Someone _just_ beat me to it. David
Quote:Manny,How does the ES TW I compare with some of the other alt-az mounts you've had or used? Also, someone posted a question in your other thread about whether this mount could be installed on a surveyors tripod.Thanks.
Quote: Just reading your sidenote,,,,, how would you register the product when no paperwork come with the mount. m2