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DeepSkyMan

FOUND - Nagler 22mm T4

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Hi there, anybody got a 22mm T4 for sale.  After a little research for a mid to long FL ultra wide that I can wear with glasses, I've decide on the Nagler 22mm T4.  Hopefully someone has one in their eyepiece case feeling deserted and usurped by its cousin the Ethos.  Good home waiting to lavish said eyepiece with all the attention it will ever need; subject to the vagaries of British weather of course :-)

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