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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #157718


Ad No.: 157718
Seller: Denkmeier Optical, Inc.
Posted: 11/23/2002 10:27 AM
Location: 135 Marcus Blvd
Hauppauge, NY - United States
Phone: 410-208-6014
Ad Hits: 517
We still have in-stock Deepsky Binoviewers and OCSs for 2002 delivery but they are going fast. $599 + S/H for Binoviewer only. Here are some recent customer comments:
The binos arrived yesterday, picked them up at the post office today. Fit and finish are excellent. I'm looking forward to using them tonight in the C14. Thanks for making such an excellent product at a reasonable price.....First light on murky Saturn and Moon with the C14.All I can say is:WOW -- WOW --- WOW --- WOW!!!!!!!!!!!
Angel M.-Florida

I received the new part "T" and have been putting it to good use on the AP 130. Last night and tonight I've been fixated on Saturn, Moon...Jupiter (If I can awaken at 4AM when it's overhead). Views through the binoviewer have been spectacular. Seeing has been steady at my house and detail on these objects has been hypnotic. The Deepsky Binoviewer enables me to study them in a prolonged, relaxing manner. Makes a huge difference.-Rob M. California

Finally got a shot at a clear sky last night. I have to tell you...your Deepsky Binoviewer is outstanding! The views were incredible. Focus was a snap. The sky was black and the stars were pinpoints all over the field in my 19mm Panoptics. What an incredible view. Just for a reality check, I dropped in my single 17mm Nagler for a comparison. I swear, my unused eye was crying out to get back to the binoviewer. Wow, was this worth the wait!
Now the big question, when do you expect the 2" OCS to be finished. I have to have it! Thanks so much for everything...and especially your support. Count me in as one of your many happy buyers. And feel free to share my comments with others who are asking about your binoviewer.
-Mike S. Iowa


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