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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Binoviewers > Classified #242719

For Sale: Denk II and Standard Binoviewers

Ad No.: 242719
Seller: Denkmeier Optical, Inc.
Posted: 1/17/2004 3:12 PM
Location: 135 Marcus Blvd
Hauppauge, NY - United States
Phone: 410-208-6014
Email: russ@denkmeier.com
Ad Hits: 800
While we are still a few weeks away from filling all outstanding Denkmeier II orders, there will be very little wait even if ordering today. Both The Standard and Denk II Binoviewers along with our patent pending OCS™ and Star*Sweeper™ Systems (pat. 10/737,996)offer total flexability with virtually any telescope design. Each system allows both low and high power applications with two eyes.

The Standard
0% financing is still being offered. Immediate delivery!! Total price is $599 + $20 S/H ($25 in CA) CONUS. $220 charged initially and only 6 additional charges of $66.50 are applied to your credit card each month, automatically. No need to do anything other than enjoy the vastness of The Universe with two eyes! Many options available such as our dual focusing holders (SCD Holders™)add $20 per month, and 2"OCS or Star*Sweeper/2X Multiplier/Variable Adapter systems for an additional $33 per month. The Standard Packages always include 1.25" Star*sweeper/2X Multipliers for SCTS or 1.25" OCS systems for refractors and Newtonians.

Comments on The Denk II for solar system performance by noted author of the books, "Falling Stars" & "Observe Eclipses"

"Last night was the first clear night I'd had since receiving the Denk II and it did not dissapoint. In all my years in astronomy, I have _never_ seen the Moon like last night. Craters seemed to literally jump out at me. The lunar relief was so three dimensional that I had to keep going back to one eyepiece to make certain I wasn't dreaming. The planets also put on a show. Oh my goodness!" -Dr. Mike Reynolds, Executive Director Emeritus of the Chabot Space & Science Center in Oakland, CA & Member of The ALPO Board of Directors, and currently President of the Antique Telescope Society.

Photo: Denkmeier II Newtonian Package with optional SCD Holders
 

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