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SOLD Morpheus 6.5 Caps and original box £130.00

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SOLD - Morpheus 6.5 - 76° eyepiece. 1¼" and 2" barrel

Purchased about a month ago, a really great eyepiece - so still in mint condition.  Includes the accessories in the photos.

Asking £130.00 posted RM signed for (UK mainland). PP gift or add PP fees   + Full courier cost (delivery & insurance) elsewhere


Reason for sale: Prefer longer focal lengths giving wider fov's

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Also for sale on UK ABS

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