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C-Sparkes

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  1. Thanks for all the replies I suppose I'm in no rush as I live in the U.K. (Constantly cloudy). I think I might go with the starguiders, I'll slowly add to them over time. Thanks again! ?
  2. Hi Philip thanks for your reply. I would like something that would be a good start for beginners. My budget would be around £15-£30 per eye piece or £100-£200 for a set. Thanks
  3. Hello I have recently brought my first telescope and am looking to upgrade the eye pieces. I have a celestron powerseeker 127eq and was wondering which eyepiece set would best suit the telescope for planets and galaxies. Thanks.
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