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Collimators - Farpoint Collimating Cheshire  2" Diameter, Red Color

Farpoint collimating cheshire 2" diameter, red color

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    Farpoint 2 Inch Cheshire Collimator is a simple tool that helps align the optical axes of the mirrors of a Newtonian reflecting telescope, a process called collimation. This precision-machined alignment tool for 2" apertures is practically indestructible and requires no batteries. For Newtonian Reflectors only.

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    To request your partial refund simply e-mail us a link to the same product on our website, or on our competitors website within six months from the date of your order and we will process the credit accordingly.

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