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Explore FirstLight Twilight Nano Mount - FL-TWINANOT1-00

$99.99

Description

The Explore FirstLight Twilight Nano is a light-duty alt-azimuth mount and tripod designed to quickly and easily accept small scopes, such as a small Mak-Cassegrain, small Refractor or small Solar Scope and of course, the ED80mm. Lightweight. Short, fast Newtonians will also match up nicely with the Explore Scientific Twilight Nano mount. As long as your telescope does not exceed 14 pounds and has a 45mm wide (Vixen-Style) Dovetail plate for mounting the telescope to the mount head, you are good to go.

The metal tripod with 1.25" diameter legs, continuously extend from 25.5" to 45" to allow for convenient telescope height from child to adult. The alt-azimuth head's handle gives you full control for very smooth movements and for locking the altitude position. Light and quick to set up, the Explore FirstLight Twilight Nano is perfect for your grab-and-go telescope tube assembly. 

Specs

Item Number FL-TWINANOT1–00
Tripod fully collapsed no mount head 25.5"
Tripod fully collapsed with head 42"
Tripod open, retracted legs no mount head 25"
Tripod open, retracted legs with the mount head 38.5" at highest point, 36" to the center of the mounting bracket
Tripod open, legs fully extended no mount head 42"
Tripod open, legs fully extended with the mount head 45" at highest point

Warranty

Limited USA One Year Warranty one the product is registered within 60 days of purchase. Click Here to register

Extras

Manual

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