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alanjgreen

SOLD - FLO Cheshire eyepiece

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For Sale: Unused FLO Premium Cheshire Collimating Eyepiece

https://www.firstlightoptics.com/other-collimation-tools/premium-cheshire-collimating-eyepiece.html

The essential accessory for anyone owning a Newtonian telescope.

This premium combined Cheshire Collimator with Sight Tube is manufactured for us here in the UK to a very high standard. Beautifully machined and anodised with a clearly etched cross on the target face and a precisely centred wire reticle

The sighting tube’s narrow field of view and crosshairs provide a centring reference for the telescope’s optical elements. The Cheshire eyepiece has a means of providing illumination to a target face (set at 45 degrees to the illuminating hole) that will be used to collimate the primary mirror.

 

 

NOW SOLD

 

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Hi Alan,

I'd love this if it's still available?

Many thanks

Vern

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