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  1. Meade - LX70 German Equatorial Mount

    $248.99
    SKU: MEA-41-7100-00

    Out of Stock

    Meade's manual LX70 German Equatorial Mount features brass worm-gear drives on both axes for smooth tracking performance, aluminum setting circles and a built-in leveling bubble.

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  2. Meade - LX850 German Equatorial Mount without Tripod

    Regular Price: $5,599.00

    You Pay: $4,599.00

    Meade LX850 Sale ends April 30, 2018!
    SKU: MEA-37-0850-00N

    In Stock

    Meade Instruments proudly introduces the new standard in astrophotograhic performance, the LX850 mount with StarLock dual imager full time autoguider.

    NOTE: This version does NOT include the tripod!

    Meade LX850 Sale ends April 30, 2018!
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  3. Meade - MAX Robotic German Equatorial Mount with Tripod

    $24,999.00
    SKU: MEA-MAX-00

    Wait Time is 3-5 Days

    Made with 650 gear teeth on RA & Dec drive, a 1.1667" diameter worm, and massive 13.8" worm gear. This mount package comes with a heavy-duty tripod
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  4. Meade - MAX Mount Instrument Plate Assembly

    $249.00
    SKU: MEA-07625

    Wait Time is 3-5 Days

    The Meade MAX Mount Instrument Plate Assembly is a Telescope Accessory for the Meade MAX Robotic German Equatorial Mount.

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  5. Meade - Permanent Equatorial Pier 16 " LX-200

    $2,699.00
    SKU: MEA-07006

    In Stock

    The Meade 16" permanent equatorial pier is custom-made for the latitude of your observing site
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  6. Meade - 884 Tripod for ETX90 and ETX125 Telescopes

    $150.00
    SKU: MEA-805001

    In stock

    The Meade 884 tripod is designed for the ETX90 and ETX125 telescopes.
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If you have a telescope, you need a mount! Mounts serve the important job of supporting your telescope and come in three basic varieties: EQ or German Equatorial, Alt-Az or AZ or Alt Azimuth and finally piers which are available in both permanent or portable styles. From there you can choose whether a you need a manually operated mount, a motorized mount or a Go To computerized mount and how much load capacity you need. Each have their advantages. Need help making the right choice? Telescopes.net has the knowledgeable staff to help you find the perfect mount for your astronomy or photographic equipment.