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    Default Orion 100mm ED



    One only has to look at the volume of Asian ED refractors being sold
    (and maintaining their value in the used market) to know that their
    sales are hurting their American counterparts.

    Considering that Orion and Celestron are selling every one they can get
    is another impressive fact.

    Sometimes 95% is good enough when it means thousands of dollars less to
    buy.

    TMT


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    Default Orion 100mm ED

    On 26 Apr 2005 20:51:21 -0700, "Too_Many_Tools"
    <too_many_tools@yahoo.com> wrote:


    And, if someone takes exception to some aspect of the mechanics, you
    can add a FeatherTouch focuser for $400 extra and your still well
    below the cost of the other apos.
    -Rich

 

 
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