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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #196165

For Sale: TMB Super Monocentric Eyepieces

Ad No.: 196165
Seller: APM-Telescopes
Posted: 6/5/2003 8:32 AM
Location: Goebenstrasse 35
Saarbruecken, - Germany
Phone: +49-174-3234333
Email: anfrage@apm-telescopes.de
Ad Hits: 901
We start now to introduce the new line of superlative planetary Eyepieces, called TMB SuperMono. The eyepieces are improved Monocentric eyepieces, designed by TMB-Optical/USA, Mr. Thomas Back and completly manufactored by a famous company in Germany. A Monocentric eyepiece is a triplet cemented eyepiece with only 2 air to glas surfaces, which are fully multicoated with best available multicoatings of higher than 99% transmission.
They are made by a german company to warrantee the use of best possible glas from Schott-Mainz in Germany and with best super smooth polishing, excellent mechanical quality and superb qualitycontrole.

we starting with follow modells:

Focal Lenght Fieldstop Field of View Eye Relief Diameter Price
4 mm 2.20 mm 30 degree 3.4 mm 1.25" $ 195
5 mm 2.72 mm 30 degree 4.2 mm 1.25" $ 195
6 mm 3.25 mm 30 degree 5.1 mm 1.25" $ 195
8 mm 4.25 mm 30 degree 6.8 mm 1.25" $ 195
10 mm 5.30 mm 30 degree 8.5 mm 1.25" $ 195

plus shipping.
Our Waiting List is already long, to enshure you get your Super mono for Mars opposition, you need to hurry a bit with your order

thanks
Markus Ludes
APM-Telescopes
 

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