Am I blind here?

3 years 2 months ago #489952 by Conner
I'm trying to find the price to the this Astro-Physics 130mm telescope and can't find it.  On their home page they have buy now buttons all over the place, but not price?  What gives? :toetap:

www.astro-physics.com/


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3 years 2 months ago - 3 years 2 months ago #489972 by hghlndr6
On the 130mm scope page, there is this:

Price and Delivery Information

Unfortunately, the 130GTX is not available off the shelf for immediate purchase. We typically maintain notification lists so that we can notify prospective customers when the scope is available to order. Please refer to our  availability page  for more information on our notification lists. If you are not already on the notification list for the 130GTX, you can sign up on our  online notification form . An automatic confirmation e-mail will be sent to you for your records. Refer to  Notification Update  periodically to find out the status of our mount and telescope production runs - what we are making throughout the year. 

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3 years 2 months ago #490029 by effron
Mead, Celestron and Orion in  the same class at Amazon, and B&H....

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3 years 2 months ago #490112 by icepics
I found the same thing Bob (Highlander) posted. One of the links goes to a page that describes demand exceeding what's available - sounds like their production is working to keep up.

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3 years 2 months ago #490231 by CaptNemo
Is that good of a telescope?  Sorry but heard of it, but didn't know it was that good.  


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3 years 2 months ago #490232 by KCook
That appears to be a 5" RFT.  Very portable and nice for large deep sky stuff, but a fairly specialized instrument.

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