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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #148251

For Sale: Binoviewer Introductory Price Expiration

Ad No.: 148251
Seller: Denkmeier Optical, Inc.
Posted: 10/5/2002 10:14 AM
Location: 135 Marcus Blvd
Hauppauge, NY - United States
Phone: 410-208-6014
Ad Hits: 578
Introductory price of $599 expires January 1st 2003. Until then, we reserve the right to limit quantities to one binoviewer.
Some Customer Comments:
Hi eveyone!Just got my binoviewer and guess what,clouds and rain.This is my first experience with a binoviewer and I'm just floored! This is a very well made piece of hardware and packaging was first rate.The case it comes in is a welcome touch and quite handsome and tough looking.I did some daytime viewing on my 12"lx200 with Speers-Waler24mm 68*...WOW!!! The view is nothing short of amazing.I never saw anything in a telescope like this!We have all heard about the space window view of Naglers ...well this looks like a real window! BTW the folks at Denkmeier were wonderful to talk to and very informative (Thanks Russ).Clear Skies.......Tom M.-Canada

I had my 10" F4.5 goto reflector set up outside of my shop with a 90mm off axis solar filter. Ordinarily, I would never consider this scope for use with Bino’s due to it’s short back focus but the Denkmeiers came to focus leaving about a ½" more travel on the draw tube. The sun spot images were outstanding, crisp and showed good detail (more then what I would have seen just viewing with a single 26 Meade eyepiece).Amazing! Later that night I set up my 20" F4.3 in my back yard (about 4th mag. visual) and started with M15, M2, M57 and M27. The images again merged instantly and the views with the 15mm eyepieces were excellent. At about 3:30, Saturn was just high enough to view and this is where the Binos really make a scope come to life. With the Moon just past last quarter and M42 rising, I was treated to a new look through my 20 that I can’t say enough about. The overall design and finish is top rate. The Denkmeiers are the obvious choice in my opinion . Russ: keep up the good work. Mike Z.-Florida


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