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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #111274

For Sale: Full Set O Tele Vue Wiedfield EP's in Pelican Case

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A Full set of Tele Vue Widefield eyepieces, i.e., a 40mm, 32mm, 24mm, 19mm, and 15mm. Having been essentially supplanted by the current Panoptic series of ep’s, the Widefields have been out of production for about 10 years, which has made them the most collectable of all the TV series. What’s more, at 40mm, 32mm and 24mm, the three longest focal length ep’s in the Widefield series exceed the focal lengths of their Panoptic counterparts at 35mm, 27mm and 22mm, respectively. The set is housed in a fitted Pelican model #1400 waterproof case w/ pressure vent/valve. I have two sets of these ep’s, and have decided to part with one of them; the only difference between the two sets is with the 32mm ep – one set has an old style (straight barrel) 32mm, and the other set has a new style (rubber grip-ring and eye cup) 32mm. The old style is typically more desirable, but I will give the buyer his/her choice. I will not split up the set and sell individual ep’s, so please do not ask to cherry-pick the 40mm or 32mm. Evidence of normal usage, but overall condition of all the ep’s and the case is VG. $1075 ppd.

Within a few minutes of placing this ad I have received two inquiries about a "trade" - the only item I would be interested in would be a G11 mount, to which I would add cash.

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