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For Sale: **Sold **Lumicon Binoviewer Set w/ep's and barlow for sale **Sold**

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Hi, I have a Lumicon Bino i'm selling after deciding that i'm hooked and now looking to get a new Denk 2. I'm selling my complete set I have created for it. It comes in a wood case along with the Meade #140 barlow, matched sets of 32mm, 20mm and 15mm...all have bolt cases. This is the same unit as the BW Optic one. As far as I can tell it has a blueish tint when looking in the light and assume that means it is muticoated. Everything is in like new condition however to be honest there is a little mark on the left side of the glass which was there when i recieved them and it does not have any effect whatsoever. I have been able to see M51 with them which is what i'm told a good dso test. I'm now hooked and want to step up to the new Denk2's. I've had them for 3 months. Does great on the planets and deep sky and moon with that ultra 3d effect. Was looking at some Messier views last night and they were nice a sharp and had the 3d effect as well. I have been using them on my LX-90 8in and do not need to use the barlow to achieve focus. The barlow is also nice in that you can unscrew the base and screw it right on the bino for easier use.

Paypal preferred no fee and includes priority insured shipping!

Thanks for looking and clear and dark skies!

James White
WPB Sold to Paul! Thanks

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