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All the following eye pieces are in excellent mint as new condition. I am selling because I have moved on to more expensive eye pieces, it would be a shame for them to gather dust in a forgotten drawer. All come with their original mint condition packaging and dust covers. please note that prices include second class signed for Royal mail delivery to U.K. mainland. Paypal friends please. -***AVAILABLE*** Meade UWA 5000 5.5mm 82 Wide angle, (15mm eye relief), Apparent Field of View 82°, 1.25" (31.7mm), (Views must be seen to be believed with this eye piece), Weight 253.3 g (inc. caps), £100***AVAILABLE***. -***SOLD*** Cellestron 8-24mm Zoom Lens, Field of view 40 - 60 degrees, eye relief 15 - 18mm, 1.25" (31.7mm), Weight 231.3g (inc. caps), £45 (never been used, un-needed gift)***SOLD***. - ***SOLD***20mm Gold Line, Ultra Wide 66°, (15mm eye relief), 1.25" (31.7mm) (an excellent budget upgrade to the standard eyepieces that are bundled with telescopes). Weight 99.8g (inc. caps), £20***SOLD***. - ***SOLD***15mm Gold Line, Ultra Wide 66°, (15mm eye relief), 1.25" (31.7mm) (an excellent budget upgrade to the standard eyepieces that are bundled with telescopes). Weight 78.3g (inc. caps), £20***SOLD***. - ***SOLD***9mm Ultra Wide CELESTRON 66°, (15mm eye relief), 1.25" (31.7mm) (an excellent budget upgrade to the standard eyepieces that are bundled with telescopes), Weight 117.8g (inc. caps), £20***SOLD***.
Hello people, First of all I'm kind of new around here, so be gentle... I've recently bought a sky-watcher 150P DS on an HEQ5 Pro with the future intention to buy coma corrector and guiding system to image with this setup however, for the time being since I've burnt my bank account almost to the ground with scope and mount I'm sticking to visual observations. Having said that, the scope came with a 28mm (2'') eyepice and it's fairly nice to look through, so I'm not thinking of upgrading that for now. I do intend to buy a shorter focal length eyepiece (around 8 or 9mm) and a 2x or 2,5x Barlow. Since I don't have much funding straight away I was looking at cheaper new eyepices as well as used ones and found a used Baader Hyperion 8mm for about the same price tag as the Celestron X-Cel LX 9mm new. And wanted to know if the Hyperion used is a good investment or if I should go with the new Celestron eyepiece. Thanks a lot, your help is greatly appreciated...
Looking for this elusive eyepiece to complete a boxed set, this is the 5 element eyepiece. PM me if you have one for sale or know where I can purchase one, as they are a discontinued line. Many Thanks