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Neil27

SOLD - Televue Panoptic 35mm eye piece for sale - £200

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Televue Panoptic 35mm eye piece for sale.

Really needs no introduction - these are the original 'space walk' eye pieces and this is in very good condition.

Slight 'ding' mark to the side of the barrel and the usual rub marks - optically superb as you would expect.

Comes with end caps and box (not original).

These are £380 brand new, price is £200 including P&P - offers welcome.

Any questions then please contact me.

Usual payments accepted, PayPal, bank transfer and cheque.

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After reviewing the prices on the internet, dropping the price to £200, including P&P - as this eyepiece weighs quite a lot.

Please contact me if you have any questions, or would like to discuss.

 

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Good luck. As on my 2nd 35mm Panascopic, I can recommend these as excellent eye pieces. 

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1 hour ago, 25585 said:

Good luck. As on my 2nd 35mm Panascopic, I can recommend these as excellent eye pieces. 

Hi Richard,

Is this a new Tele Vue, or has your Eudiascopic arrived amid much excitement.:icon_scratch::grin:

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11 minutes ago, Saganite said:

Hi Richard,

Is this a new Tele Vue, or has your Eudiascopic arrived amid much excitement.:icon_scratch::grin:

No different things. I was endorsing the 35mm Panoptic generally, but my new pair of Eudiascopics did arrive today. Much excitement & kudos to @FLO for getting them for me!

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Hi Neil,

Just wondering how did the dings occured?

Cheers

Paul

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