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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #202960

Sale/Trade: **Sold** All Hits No Offers - 0.965 Eyepieces, Barlow and Diagonal

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I got tons of hits on this ad last night but absolutely no offers.

How about $20.00 for the whole lot including shipping or trade me for any old 1.25" 5mm or 6mm eyepiece. Radians, Naglers or Pentax's prefered but if it comes down to it I will also consider trading for an old ortho or a plossl :-)

0.965" Eyepieces - SR4mm, H12.5mm and H25mm. All 3 eyepieces are in great condition, the glass is clean, the barrels are metal and they all have rubber eye cups and plastic cases. I'm not sure what brand they are but they came as standard equipment with a Meade 60mm telescope I just got today.

0.965" 3x Barlow. All plastic, no name brand, also came standard with the above mentioned Meade telescope. Includes both endcaps.

0.965" Meade diagonal. In great condition with both endcaps. No marks on the mirror. This is definately a Meade diagonal.

I tried all this stuff last night on the Moon, Albireo and Jupiter. I was quite impressed with the views through these little eyepieces, the diagonal also performed very well, but in all honesty the barlow was absolutely terrible.

I prefer paypal (no extra fee).

Thanks for looking,

Garry Johnson

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