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Selling a 3.5mm Tele Vue Nagler 82º Eyepieces

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Hello to whoever finds this. Im selling a 3.5mm Tele Vue Nagler 82º Eyepieces.

Its in good condition some slight cosmetic signs of use but in very good condition. Boxed

The main signs of wear is on the dust caps as you can clearly see from the photos

Im hoping for £175

Post or Collection 

Pay by Paypal if you can.  

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@astrolunartick 

The Sale/Swap section is for advertising goods that members have decided to sell.

If you are still thinking but haven't decided yet, you should not post here, but maybe discuss options in one of the sections about equipment.

Otherwise, please state that you want to sell.

Kind regards,

Piero

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1 hour ago, Piero said:

@astrolunartick 

The Sale/Swap section is for advertising goods that members have decided to sell.

If you are still thinking but haven't decided yet, you should not post here, but maybe discuss options in one of the sections about equipment.

Otherwise, please state that you want to sell.

Kind regards,

Piero

Thank you for that Piero. Sorry about that. Its the first time i have used this section. Ive changed the topic to selling

 

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31 minutes ago, astrolunartick said:

Thank you for that Piero. Sorry about that. Its the first time i have used this section. Ive changed the topic to selling

No problem! :)

Good luck with the selling!

Piero

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Hi Pete, I may be interested, but need pics to see the "cosmetics"!

Jon

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11 hours ago, FZ1 said:

Hi Pete, I may be interested, but need pics to see the "cosmetics"!

Jon

Hello Jon. thanks for your interest. Ive just uploaded some photos. Most of the ware is on the dust caps. 

Kind regards 

Pete

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Thanks very much Pete.  I'm trying to decide between the 3.5mm and the 3-6mm zoom; still doing the research!

Jon

 

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2 hours ago, FZ1 said:

Thanks very much Pete.  I'm trying to decide between the 3.5mm and the 3-6mm zoom; still doing the research!

Jon

 

Hi Jon. just so you know ive just dropped the price to £175. They sell brand new for just over £300. 

Pete

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