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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #293081

For Sale: TMB ED Barlow, Super Mono's, aspherical Ortho

Ad No.: 293081
Seller: APM-Telescopes
Payment: Credit Card, Personal or Cashier's Checks, Bank to Bank Wire Transfer
Posted: 8/25/2004 9:57 AM
Location: Goebenstrasse 35
Saarbruecken, - Germany
Phone: +49-174-3234333
Email: anfrage@apm-telescopes.de
Ad Hits: 587
special limited offer from today till September 15, 2004

Buy 1 > shipping free
Buy 3 > pay 50% of fourth Mono 4-10 mm
Buy 5 > get 1 Mono 4-10 mm free
Buy 6 > get ED Barlow, or 12 mm or 14 mm or 16 mm Mono free
Buy 7 > get TMB/Zeiss aspherical ortho 25 mm free

Prices

Super Mono : 4mm, 5mm, 6mm, 7mm, 8mm, 9mm, 10 mm each $ 220
Super Mono : 12 mm, 14mm, 16 mm each $ 249
Aspherical Ortho : 25 mm 54° $ 295
ED Barlow : 1.8 x $ 249

these TMB Super Monocentric eyepiece are these days the unbeated planetary eyepieces for the most critical observers who are willing to spend some more money to get the least photon out of here very good planetary telescope. The asphericla orthos is a superlative binoviewer eyepiece with large 20 mm eyerelief and extrem high contrast. The Barlow equals in here performance with the famous Zeiss Abbe Barlow which goes on the used market between $ 600 and $ 1,000

don't let this special chance pass

we ship worldwide

Markus Ludes
AQPM Telescopes
 

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