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C6 XLT OTA with accessories Sold!

Price - $275.00

Ad Number: 100406

Posted: 08 Mar 2017

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Celestron orange-tube C6 XLT OTA, in very good to excellent condition. SCT OTA diameter is 150mm, f/10. No dings, dents, or scratches on the tube. Optics and XLT coatings are untouched and in excellent condition (a little dust, which I have not tried to clean). Original front corrector cover is included, as is original CG5 dovetail.

Images are excellent, gives great views of M42 and the Trapezium, and nice tight star images.

Accessories included are:
- (1) 1.25 inch Celestron visual back (shown)
- (2) 1.25 inch Celestron #94115 mirror diagonal, in box (not shown, in excellent condition)
- (3) Agena Astro quick release dovetail foot mount for Orion or Celestron type finder brackets (shown)
- (4) EITHER a Celestron 6x30mm finder and bracket from an Omni XLT reflector, OR a 9x50mm straight finder and bracket from a SkyWatcher refractor
- either finder and bracket fit the dovetail foot mount fine, o-rings on both finders are in excellent shape
- Omni XLT 6x30mm finder and bracket are like-new, in perfect condition
- SkyWatcher 9x50mm finder lacks the cross hairs (a previous owner cut them off internally after one broke), but finder works fine
- (5) Celestron flex dewshield for C6 or C8 SCTs, comes pre-notched to clear the CG5 dovetail (dewshield (not shown) is brand new from OPT Corp)

OTA will be shipped in the original Celestron shipping box and packaging.

Price for everything above is $275 via Paypal or USPS money order, buyer pays least cost ground shipping from zip code 14051.

I'll reduce the price to $245 plus you pay ground shipping if you only want the visual back, 1.25 inch Celestron mirror diagonal, and the Agena Astro finder dovetail foot mount (so finder/bracket, and flex dewshield NOT included).


  • Condition very good to excellent
  • Location East Amherst, NY zip 14051

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