Celestron Echelon Binoculars With Tripod

Price: 700
Condition: Used
Will ship to: Local pickup only
Ad status: SOLD!

Category: Binoculars

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Posted on: less than 5 months ago
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These are the Celestron 71454 Echelon 20x70 Binoculars. This setup also includes the Celestron 82052 Tripod with the Celestron 93524 Binocular Tripod Adaptor. I bought these items six months ago and used them once to look at the stars. They have been sitting in my closet ever since. You are basically getting brand new gear at a $158 (not including taxes) discount. I have all the original packaging boxes for these items.

The binoculars sell online for $699 and the descriptions is below:

Enjoy low light observing with these large-aperture 70 mm binoculars. Their 3.5 mm exit pupil allows you to see amazing detail, even in the shadows. Also great for astronomy!
Fully waterproof for protection against the elements and nitrogen-purged to prevent internal fogging
Hand-assembled in the USA from high quality Japanese optics, using Celestron's proprietary XLT coating technology for superior optical performance
Includes a durable, waterproof hard case for protection
Tripod adaptable for long observing sessions or when you want to share the view with others

The tripod sells online for $149 and the descriptions is below:

Perfect support for a spotting scope, binocular, camera, or small telescope
Sturdy aluminum tripod adjusts in height from just over 18 inches to nearly 69 inches and includes a two-way fluid pan head with quick release plate that doubles as a balance rail
The four-section legs can be set to three different angles and use quick and easy flip lever locks for length adjustment
The center column can be extended when additional height is needed. A retractable balance hook lets you add weight if extra stability is required.
Tripod case and shoulder strap included

The adaptor sells online for $10 and the descriptions is below:

This adapter allows you to mount your binocular (porro or roof) to a tripod for added stability and convenience