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DJastrzebski

COMPLETED - Explore Scientific 34mm 2" 68* SOLD SOLD

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I am selling my ES 34mm 68* 2" as it has too big exit pupil for my telescope. Optics are pristine and there is not even little mark on the barrel.
The price in total, 140 127 GBP, includes shipping within the EU and PP fees. Thanks for looking!

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