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Bino Pete

2 Inch Eyepieces **NOW SOLD**

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Revelation 2 inch eyepiece - 30mm

Revelation 2 inch eyepiece - 42mm

 

Both eyepieces come with original boxes and end caps

Both are in excellent condition

 

£42 each or both for £75

Lancashire area

Includes free UK postage (signed for)

Cash payment or Paypal (fees paid).

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Those are the cleanest looking eyepieces I've ever seen. What's your secret?

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12 minutes ago, domstar said:

Those are the cleanest looking eyepieces I've ever seen. What's your secret?

Probably the lack of use with all this bad weather!!

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