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JCAZ

TOE4 mm or Delite 4mm

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Looking for a high quality 4mm eyepiece for planetary work.  Any one had a chance to compare these two?

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Thanks Roger.  Appreciate the feedback.  Was it comfortable to use?

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I agree with Roger’s view. I’ve used both though not in alongside comparison. I kept the Tak and sold the Delite.  You might also like to consider the Vixen HR.  I have both the 4mm TOE and the 3.4mm Vixen HR.  I think both are fantastic.  In so far as it’s possible to allow for the difference in focal length, if I was pushed to choose one it would be the Vixen. Less pricey as well. 

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Thank you for the feedback.  Yes, I see the Vixen's get great reviews as well.  I just wish these companies would put out a more complete lines, even if it was focused on the higher power end of the spectrum given the design of the eyepieces.

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On 10/09/2019 at 02:25, JCAZ said:

Thanks Roger.  Appreciate the feedback.  Was it comfortable to use?

Sorry for the late reply. Yes, I find them very comfortable to use but I do not wear glasses...

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