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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #147081

For Sale: SOLD Like New EyeOpener for SCT 10" or Larger Meade & Celestron

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For Sale Like New EyeOpener for SCT 10" or Larger Meade $ Celestron. Comes with original bax and paperwork.

SOLD

Sells for 100.00 plus shipping

Yours for $85.00 with free shipping in the C-US-48

I accept Paypal

Thanks for looking


ENHANCES THE PERFORMANCE OF LONG FOCAL LENGTH 2" EYEPIECES ON 10" AND LARGER SCHMIDT-CASSEGRAIN TELESCOPES, INCREASING THE FIELD OF VIEW WHILE REDUCING VIGNETTING

Are you getting all the eyepiece aperture that you paid for? Depending upon the specific 2" eyepiece, an EyeOpener will increase the total amount of light delivered to your eye by as much as 65% - the equivalent of a 2" or more increase in telescope aperture!

What is it?

The Eyeopener (shown between the arrows) is a 2" visual back for 10" and larger Meade and Celestron Schmidt-Cassegrain Telescopes (SCTs). This compact close tolerance black-anodized aluminum back screws onto the telescope's backplate and accepts a 2" diagonal tube or direct mounting of 2" eyepieces. The 2" optics are firmly secured with three non-marring thumbscrews.

You ain't seen nothin 'till you've looked thru the EYEOPENER


 

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