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dweller25

Barlow/Diagonal/Eyepieces

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Hello,

Having a tidy out and have the following for sale :-

1. Celestron 40mm Plossl - mint - makes a bino pair with the Skywatcher below - unused - £15 +p&p ** SOLD **

2. Celestron 1.25" diagonal - mint - unused - £15 +p&p ** SOLD **

3. Celestron 13mm Plossl - mint - unused - £9 +p&p ** SOLD **

4. Skywatcher 40mm Plossl - mint - makes a bino pair with the Celestron above - £15 +p&p ** SOLD **

5. Russian Tal 15mm Kellner - very good condition - £15 +p&p ** If you buy this eyepiece I will throw in the 4mm Celestron Plossl for free **

6. 12mm Reticule eyepiece - no illuminator - Mint - £15 +p&p ** SOLD **

7. Japanese Vixen 10mm Plossl - very good condition - £19 +p&p ** SOLD **

8. Celestron 4mm Plossl - well used but good for high power collimation - FREE - If you buy the 15mm Tal Kellner ?

9, Antares 2x Barlow - lens cell can be removed and threaded into other eyepieces - very good condition - £15 +p&p ** SOLD **

Please note the p&p is £4 which uses the Royal Mail 2nd class service, I can use other choices at cost if required.

Thanks for looking.

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Hello, I'm new to this site/forum so not really sure on protocol - please bear with me.

I'm interested in the 40mm ocular, if it's still for sale. Please advise.

Thanks in anticipation

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2 minutes ago, wookie1965 said:

Can I have the vixen 10mm please.

Yes, please PM me your details ?

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7 minutes ago, dweller25 said:

Yes, please PM me your details ?

PM sent thanks.

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On 15/10/2018 at 10:20, dweller25 said:

Antares 2x Barlow

Hello i would like to buy the Antares 2x Barlow please i have sent you a PM, hope i have done everything right, if not please forgive me, its my first try at buying , best regards

Dave

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Antares Barlow Sold - thank you

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12mm Reticle eyepiece now sold.

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Most items now sold.

If anyone wants the 15mm Tal Kellner I will throw in the Celestron 4mm for free ?

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Mods - please close this thread - thanks

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