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Daz Type-R

TeleVue 35mm Panoptic eye piece - SOLD

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I have for sale my TeleVue 35mm Panoptic eye piece.

It comes with original box, paper work and original 2 x TeleVue end caps.

The EP has only ever been in a MoonLite focuser which uses compression rings, so the EP has no grub screw marks on the barrel.

The optics are perfect, no marks ETC.

These are around £300 brand new and I have seen them go for £230 recently on ABS.

I`m looking to sell this for £220 (posted) or £200 collected.

I would prefer the buyer either collects or I can meet some where (local ish) as I do not really want to post an EP like this but if it is too far to travel then I will post if required.  If I post it, it will require a signature as it will be by recorded delivery.

Payment by cash or PayPal.

Selling to fund a 21mm Ethos.

Any questions please feel free to PM me.

 

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