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COMPLETED - COMPLETED - FOUND Vixen HR 3.4mm Eyepiece Wanted


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I am looking for a Vixen HR 3.4mm eyepiece. I have a 2.4 and it is great on a good night, but usually a bit too much power for my FLT132.

Is there a chance you have one that you don't use?

 

Thanks for looking

 

Ian B

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The one on abs was not from the UK and close to new price. Posted an ad on abs this morning and got an offer straight away. It's on the way tomorrow in time for Mars (hopefully)

I'm sure a lot of high priced short eyepieces never get used so it surprises me how difficult they are to get hold of. Just hope this is the last eyepiece purchase for me!

 

Ian B

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