Finder Scope Base with Mounting Screws Explore Scientific
Finder Scope Base with Mounting Screws Explore Scientific

Finder Scope Base with Mounting Screws

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    Why Choose Our Finder Scope Base?

    Description

    This Finder Scope Base is specifically designed to allow you to secure one of Explore Scientific’s high-quality finder scopes to the telescope of your choice. The easy-to-install base is sturdy and comes with reliable mounting screws.

    Specs

    Item Number FNDRBASEBLK
    Weight 1.4oz;
    Length 50mm
    Width 51mm
    Height 25mm

    Warranty

    Limited Warranty is one year, which converts to the Explore STAR Transferable Extended Life of the Product Warranty when product is registered within 60 days of purchase.

    If you're an avid telescope enthusiast, you know how important it is to have the right accessories to enhance your stargazing experience. One of the most crucial components of any telescope is a finder scope base that provides a stable platform for accurate viewing.


    Our Finder Scope Base with Mounting Screws is the perfect solution for anyone looking to improve their telescope. Made with high-quality materials, our base is designed to provide a secure and stable mount for your finder scope.


    In addition to its reliable construction, our finder scope base is incredibly easy to install and adjust. With mounting screws included, you can quickly and easily attach the base to your telescope and secure your finder scope in place.


    But don't just take our word for it! Here are just a few of the many reasons why our Finder Scope Base with Mounting Screws is the ideal choice for telescope enthusiasts:


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