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Maxvision 10" Newtonian Reflector ?

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gfletcher

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Hi Guys

Has anyone any info on or is familiar with this 10" newt?

thanks

Graham

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I have no idea. Do you have a link to the stockist. I do know that Maxvision make telescopes for the like of Meade and Celestron and their refractors are sold under various names. 102mm F7 triplet review

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As I have often pointed out, KUOC are suppliers to a good many brands, including Williams Optics, Teleskope Service etc. I've bought a lot of EPs directly from Mr. Wu at their factory and have yet to have any problem with quality.
I am still hoping to make a journey over to Kunming for a tour of the plant and to meet Mr. Wu in person, who is a very polite man (as are all Chinese, whom I have had the pleasure of meeting).
It is true that China suffers from an abundance of poor quality manufacturers, but KUOC aren't one of them. Their optics are easily on a par with the Japanese and Russians.
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