Safely transport your telescope with JMI Telescope Carrying Case – Refractors. Protects expensive telescope equipment while making it easier to transport from one location to another. Features handles on both ends for ease of lifting.
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JMI Telescope Carrying Case – Refractors
Safely transport your telescope with JMI Telescope Carrying Case – Refractors. Made with heavy-duty ABS plastic, this JMI Carrying Case includes crush-resistant die-cut foam contoured to safely hold telescopes during transport. Protects expensive telescope equipment while making it easier to transport from one location to another. Features handles on both ends for ease of lifting.
Includes two lockable latches, three steel-reinforced handles, a 2″ by 48″ steel hinge and die-cut foam lining with compartments for telescope, finder scope, eyepieces and accessories. For the Celestron scopes the diagonal must be detached and inserted in a specially designed space in the case. The Meade diagonal may be left on.
Celestron C6-R, C6-RGT, CR-150
Meade 127ED, LXD55 AR-5 / AR-6, LXD75 AR-5 / AR-6
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- Heavy-duty Plastic Carrying Case
Outside dimensions of the case: 54-1/4″ x 15″ x 12″
Weight – 22.8 lbs.
The shipping box is approximately 16″ x 12-3/4″ x 55-7/8″ (FedEx Ground dimensional weight is 71 lbs.) and the shipping weight is approximately 28.2 lbs.
All values are subject to slight changes.
JMI carrying cases are manufactured with exact-fit die-cut foam to hold the telescope as securely as possible. They can, however, be used for telescopes other than those for which they were designed. This information is provided to help you make a decision about purchasing a case for telescopes not listed in the compatibility section.
A = 49-1/2 (50″ with pullout)
B = 8-1/4″
C = 6-1/2″
D = 10″
E = 9″
F = 6-3/4″
G = 9-1/4″
H = 17″
I = 17″
This case should hold 6″ f/8 and 5″ f/9 refractor telescopes fairly securely and smaller scopes with a little extra space.