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DwarfLab Dwarf II Smart Telescope Deluxe Version

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*Updated 5/16/2024 Item is now sold.  Sorry DH, I know you wanted it, the other buyer came through.

DwarfLab Dwarf II Smart Telescope Deluxe Version

This ad is for a barely used, like new, perfect working order, cool little EAA telescope.  I always pick on the astrophotographers about the expense of their rigs, the constant battle with USB cables, power issues, software issues, etc., so when this unit came out, I thought I’d give some light astrophotography a try.  It’s an impressive system for what it does, especially the AI object tracking, in the daylight it even briefly tracked an Anole around my patio.  Worked great for the eclipse.  It’s very capable for its small price. But after using it half a dozen times, I’m just a simple eye to eyepiece guy…and I could use another eyepiece.

This is the Deluxe version of the system; it includes everything to get you going immediately.  This sale includes:

  • The Dwarf II EAA Telescope
  • SD Card
  • Tabletop tripod
  • Solar filters
  • UHC/ND filters
  • Magnetic filter holder
  • Two lithium batteries
  • Camera bag

I have updated the firmware as of 4/26/2024

Please review the pics, again barely used/ like new/ excellent condition.  I’ll only take PayPal, Venmo, or Cash.  Happy to answer any questions.

Asking $300 (New costs $595 for the same views!) Updated 5/10/24

I’ll ship it UPS or FedEx (no USPS) from Spring, TX 77386 to CONUS.  Or will deliver halfway, up to 100 miles from Spring, TX.   I will carefully and thoroughly protect/secure it.  Based off an item I just shipped, I'm guessing shipping will be in the $25 range.  Buyer pays shipping, I’ll pay for the shipping insurance cost.  We can finalize shipping once it's boxed up.

*Also, I was unsure as to which classified ad category to place this EAA telescope under.  It doesn't really fit any category.  Others have used this category*