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Home > Auctions > Astromart Auctions > Misc & Other Astronomy > Auction #20107

Zhumell small eyepiece case metal VERY well built!
Auction No.: 20107
Started: 10/9/2017 6:04 PM
Ended: 10/16/2017 6:04:03 PM
Ending Bid: $12.50 Leslie DeLong
Bids: 11 Bids [View History]
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For a small ocular case, this one is made VERY well and its no compromise design and materials used will make sure your eyepieces stay safe even in a bad fall. Not that I tested it on this one, but trust me, they'll survive in this case.

Release the dual locking steel clamps and you'll find a generously roomy case (for one this small) that will hold (5) 1.25" eyepieces with their caps and then there's a large, rectangular area for storing (7) 1.25" eyepiece filters in their plexiglass cases. OR you could put more eyepieces in there.
The (2) elongated cut outs will hold any 1.25" plossl and any shorty style 2x barlow that I know. There is not enough height to store a skirted 2" eyepiece.

EXACT inside dimensions if you were to remove the foam would be:

9.9" L x 4.9" W x 5.2" H

Cosmetics are excellent, but not very excellent. Photos will show it has some use, but not heavy; and it is not dirty. The inside foam cuts are unaltered from the manufacturer, and it is in very excellent condition. Hinges and clamps are true and the seam perfect.

Weight in the raw: 1 pound 5 ounces

All nations welcome!

 

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