Celestron 9.25-inch Dovetail bar (CGE)

B&H # CEDB925 MFR # 94217
Celestron 9.25-inch Dovetail bar (CGE)


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  • 9.25" for CGE Mount

You Pay: $39.79

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The 9.25-inch Dovetail bar (CGE) from Celestron is for mounting a telescope optical tube to a mount or to attach accessories to the top of the optical tube. Having an extra dovetail bar means that a telescope can have its tube rings attached to its own dovetail bar. To use a different telescope for the same mount, all that would then have to be done would be to slide the bar into the mounts clamp and tighten it.

UPC: 050234942171
Packaging Info
Package Weight 2.6 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 19.5 x 6.0 x 2.5"


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Celestron9.25-inch Dovetail bar (CGE)

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9.25-inch Dovetail bar

By Iain

from Australia

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  • Easy to Use
  • Strong Construction


  • Heavy

Best Uses

  • Astronomy

Comments about Celestron 9.25-inch Dovetail bar (CGE):

Great delivery time, came with the screws but would have been nice to have to washers to go with them. This was not a big issue all in all great product condition and arrival time.

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