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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #179427

For Sale: SCT Star*Sweeper™ Comments

Ad No.: 179427
Seller: Denkmeier Optical, Inc.
Posted: 3/14/2003 11:20 AM
Location: 135 Marcus Blvd
Hauppauge, NY - United States
Phone: 410-208-6014
Ad Hits: 530
Preliminary feedback is in! We are very proud of customer reactions to our new innovations such as the 2”OCS™ (Patent Pending) and The SCT Richfield Star*Sweeper™(Patent Pending). When all is said and done, user feedback provided by real folks that have purchased our products help Denkmeier Optical, Inc. determine whether the design and introduction of a new accessory is a success. Below is some feedback regarding the amazing SCT Richfield Star*Sweeper™ for Denkmeier Optical Binoviewers:$149 (Yes it works for a single eyepiece too because it screws into a 2" star diagonal filter threads).Fully Multi-Coated with high efficiency broad band coatings.
If I never see the moon again, I will still smile knowing that I couldn't possibly see it better! Tonight was first light with the StarSweeper on my 12" LX200 GPS UHTC with Standard Denkmeier, and it was amazing……I've discovered a new kind of "eye candy" through the StarSweeper. This isn't just an instrument, this is a gift. No other way to put it. I couldn't tear myself away to bother checking the Mountain ranges or Crater names. Just kept cruising around using the UO 18mm & 12.5mm Orthos. Even spent time going all around the perimiter on the dark side which was quite visible and picking out stars off the moons edge.-J.Gillies, Toronto

The views through the C14 at low power through the Deep-Sky binoviewer and Star-Sweeper are one of those pleasers that everyone should experience. I truly believe this is an essential accessory for this scope.-V.Carlucci, Pennsylvania

Just came in from viewing the Sun with the Denkmeier binoviewer and the StarSweeper with my Celestron 30mm Ultimas and 19mm Axioms.
Spectacular!Your collimation job was perfect! The new eyepiece holders work perfectly as well. I'm certainly very, very happy to have and use your fine instrument.-J.Huntsberger, Texas

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