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DJastrzebski

COMPLETED - Set of 3 Meade Series 3000 Plossl eyepieces REDUCED

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Hi,

For sale is a set of Meade Series 3000 Plossl in excellent condition:
- 5 mm
- 6.7 mm
- 9.5 mm
- 25 mm SOLD
- 40 mm SOLD

All eyepieces made in JAPAN. Price for set £160 £130 £80 including delivery in EU. PP preferred. Thanks for looking!

 

 

 

 

 

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25mm and 40mm are sold

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