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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #197661

For Sale: Tele Vue 5x Powermate {{{ SOLD }}}

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{{{ Sold, thanks Matt }}}
I have for sale a Tele Vue 5x Powermate (1¼") in pristine condition. Less than one month old - used for one evening.

The Powermate consists of a negative doublet plus a positive 'pupil-correcting' doublet. This 4-element system provides the magnifying function of a Barlow without its limitations by restoring the field rays back to their original direction, as if the Powermate were not there. The result is a pure magnification increase. In addition to full multi-coating, Powermates include other Tele Vue special touches such as safety undercuts where practical on the chrome barrel and captive lock screws that can’t fall out, and filter threads.

Like long eye-relief? Retain the eye-relief of long focal length eyepieces, while at higher power. Enjoy, for example, the sharpness and comfort of a 32mm Plössl at 5 times the power! If you own a 24mm Panoptic, you’ll have the power of a 4.8mm with the 5x Powermate!

The 5x Powermate sells new for $168 plus shipping.
I'll sell this one for $150 shipped via insured Priority Mail to any address in the CONUS. I'll ship outside the country if you pay the added postage. Includes end caps, box and paperwork.

PayPal preferred (no additional fees).

May consider trade for 2" Lumicon UHC or OIII filter.

Thanks for looking!



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