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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #179692

For Sale: Making A Case For Ourselves

Ad No.: 179692
Seller: Denkmeier Optical, Inc.
Posted: 3/15/2003 1:56 PM
Location: 135 Marcus Blvd
Hauppauge, NY - United States
Phone: 410-208-6014
Ad Hits: 555
We want to make a case for ourselves. Where does one place a Binoviewer with 1/8 wave corrected prisms, and the already legendary 2”OCS™ and SCT Richfield Star*Sweeper™?

We have made special provisions for this system and here is the first photo of The Denkemeir Two™ custom case. It includes a custom die-cut foam insert and all of the bolt and accessory cases shown that will hold your 2"OCS™, Star*Sweeper™, the new 2X True-Power Binoviewer Multiplier Lens™, and assorted 1 ¼" eyepiece pairs. Our logo will be silkscreened on the topside for easy orientation even in the dark (it’s white). The case is of very sturdy and of a high quality (made in Germany). Note that the insert will accomodate the 1 1/4" or the 2" nosepiece (see image below).

All new Denkmeier Two Binoviewer™ orders include this case along with the stocked cases inside. $799 + S/H

For Coronado Filter owners, be aware that we have custom designed the Denkmeier Two™ multi-coatings to allow 99.85% transmission in the 656nm bandpass. The first transmission curves also demonstrate a 99.9% transmission rate in the 500nm-550nm range. Average transmission values throughout the visible spectrum are 99.75% transmission on the 27mm prism surfaces. Please see our website using the link at the header of this ad for more information.
"Verdict? The Denkmeier Standard Binoviwer was a winner. At f/10 and f/5 it was producing astonishingly good images for me, the binoviewer hater, with astonishingly cheap eyepieces. In my opinion, an SCT user would be crazy not to take advantage of the ability to use a binoviewer at f/5".-Rod Mollise, Author of "Choosing And Using A Schmidt-Cassagrain Telescope" (Springer-Verlag)

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