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Padded Bag for Skywatcher 10 inch Flex tube


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Guest Magnatone

Hi there


 


Can anybody steer me in the right direction for a padded bag for the tube of my Skywatcher 10inch flextube, please.


 


Please ignore this post in the welcome section. I posted incorrectly


 


Tony


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Guest Magnatone

Thank you for that, but I am looking for a padded bag  with handles so I can carry from the car to the bivvy, which no doubt will be miles from the car park knowing my luck


 


Tony


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Hi


 


I carried my 200p in an caravan isabella awning bag.  Wrapped duvet round it for protection and into awning bag


zips up, carry handles... job done.


 


Got mine from Lowdham Caravans  bout £20.00 plus 4 quid duvet,  Job done :)


 


Sheila


 


http://compare.ebay.co.uk/like/170352776722?var=lv&ltyp=AllFixedPriceItemTypes&var=sbar&adtype=pla&crdt=0


 


this might help you see what i mean


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Hi Tony. I thought the subject would be better suited in this section, so took the liberty of moving it.


 


As recompense, I found this, following Steve's suggestion earlier, and although it won't fit your Dob, it would suit a refractor nicely. Assuming it fits lengthwise


 


 


http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Extra-Large-Travel-Sports-Kit-Holdall-Giant-Storage-Bag-Ski-Cricket-Sailing-/261149177672?pt=UK_SportingGoods_OtherSports&hash=item3ccdb43748


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