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ScopeBuggy is a cart, or "buggy", designed to help you move your astronomy equipment around, and into and out of storage quicklyScopeBuggy is a cart, or "buggy", designed to help you move your astronomy equipment around, and into and out of storage quickly and easily.
Every ScopeBuggy has 10" pneumatic wheels that will let you glide across surfaces where it may not be possible to go with solid casters.
Your new ScopeBuggy can handle the weight of any scope and mount on the market today. It has been tested up to 600-lbs. Our three-wheel system has a smaller foot print, and gives you more mobility and greater access while viewing than four-wheel or six-wheel systems. There is no reason to have more than three wheels!
With your new ScopeBuggy, you will have more time behind your scope observing the skies, and will spend less time hauling, setting up, and dismantling your equipment.
ScopeBuggy can be used with tri-pods, piers, dobs, particle wave mounts, and custom mounts.
The STANDARD ScopeBuggy is adjustable in width and length, and is recommended for any commercially available scope/mount on the market today. The 10" pneumatic tires make for a smooth glide across uneven surfaces, and act to dampen ground vibrations.
Adjustable to hold all tri-pods with tip-to-tip distances up to 52". The out-to-out of the rear wheels will be 12-inches more than the tip-to-tip distance of your tri-pod (6-inches on each side).
The Standard ScopeBuggy can support the weight of any commmercially available scope/mount on the market today, and has been tested to 600-lbs. With it's single-wheel design, the ScopeBuggy allows you easier access and mobility while viewing than our multi-wheeled competitor. There is no need for more than three wheels!
Please note that the Standard ScopeBuggy is perfect for use with any of the Meade LightBridge series scopes.