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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #271726

For Sale: ACTUAL EMAIL from an Astromart User RE: Opti-Dry...

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Here is part of an actual email that I recieved from an Astromart user. The sender agreed to let me use his story as long as I didn't disclose his name:

Dear Sir,

I recently had a disaster. I have a friend that recommended your Opti-Dry units. However, I felt they were too expensive and opted not to buy any of them. A few weeks later we went to a star party together. After several days we returned home. It had been really humid all week and I didn't bother to check my stuff after returning. A few days later I opened my EP box and I actually had some mold forming on two EP's and the box stunk of dank wetness. I couldn't believe it. Needless to say, I am now sorry. My friend on the other hand had nothing. When we opened his EP case and checked your Opti-Dry units the blue packs were starting to turn pink but hadn't yet. I guess that means they were working and must have absorbed his moisture... etc... etc... etc...

That is the abreviated email. As you can see Opti-Dry clearly works! I have had other success stories as well.

Do you want to risk it? Do you want to take the same chance? You don't need too. Opti-Dry are AFFORDABLE, REUSABLE, and ECONOMICAL. Don't be fooled into thinking your equipment is safe, buy Opti-Dry today!

Please visit my website for more information and ordering instructions.
 

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