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driepoat

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  1. Thanks for all the posts guys. I actually had a go with it last night, through a very foggy sky, and I was actually impressed with the magnification of the moon. I might just forego the hassle of getting it back to skiesnscopes and keep it. I know now to check here before I make any future purchases!
  2. Hi Kheldar Would you consider £47.49 a good price for a perfectly generic Barlow? Honestly though! It the first accessory I've bought for my lil Celestron Astromaster 114 reflector and I wouldn't know what to consider cheap, middle of the road or expensive-good-quality
  3. This is what I was sent anyway - I know you can't tell a EP by looking at it but perhaps someone might recognise it as a different brand?
  4. Hi smt1988 What did you do in the end? Did you send it back to them?
  5. Hi everyone I ordered a GSO 1.5x and 2x Barlow (GSO GSO 1.25" 2x (and 1.5x) Barlow lens) from Scopes n Skies and what I received doesn't look like the pic at all, and now (following seeing loads of complaints about them) I'm worried that I've been sold a cheap barlow. There isn't even a manufacturer mark or brand name anywhere on it. Granted the shell looks like the one in the pic (minus the branding) but the removeable lense piece doesn't look like the one in the pic either. Does anyone have any advice or could I actually have a GSO barlow, just an 'unbranded one' ?
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