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Lumicon Laser Pointer Bracket for Refractor Telescopes # LS2055

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Brand Lumicon
Part Number LS2055
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Lumicon proudly introduces the Laser Pointer Bracket for Refractors. Now you can quickly aim your refractor telescope at your favorite celestial targets without sacrificing comfort. Features a quick-release laser bracket for transportation and storage. The bracket features a precision T-style dovetail that maintains alignment when re-attached. Practical anti-oops features are included for operation in-the-dark.

The LS2055 is designed to work with standard red and green laser pointers. It includes all the functions of the Universal Laser Pointer Bracket it replaces, but has a smaller base to take up less space on your refractor. With a radius-cut of 1.75", the base fits snugly on most refractors, and is mounted with industrial-strength double-sided tape, included. Base is 1.12" wide at the bottom; 0.88" wide at top and 1.5" long. Height to ring-top is 2.6".

Made from solid aircraft aluminum, the Lumicon Laser Pointer Bracket for Refractors is engineered for a lifetime of use. Holds lasers up to 23mm outside diameter; weighs 5oz.

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      Review by John M.
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      Apr 25, 2018

      5.0 Lumicon laser pointer

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      The Lumicon laser pointer holds my laser firmly in place. I can position one of the screws to press against the on/off button on the laser and simply turn the screw a fraction of a turn to turn the beam on/off. I was skeptical before purchasing, but so far the adhesive is holding it all in place. I would like to see an additional bracket with a 1/4” tripod screw available.

      Bottom Line: Would you recommend this item? Yes
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