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Reflectors

The Reflectors series telescopes are reflectors aluminized and overcoated with silicon dioxide, available in 76 to 254 mm sizes (2.99 – 10 in). All but the smallest size are presented in equatorial mounting; the smallest one in Alt-azimuth. They are available in short, medium, and long focal ratios. They are made with blue aluminum tubes. Newer models feature a black sparkling finish called "Black Diamond".

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